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Nerve (Definition)

The brain and spinal cord communicates with what is occurring in the internal organs and limbs by nerve fibers where are like electrical wires with insulation (myelin) and the "copper" (axon). Within brain and spinal cord these nerves connect to other nerves via synapses on both axons and dendrites. A nerve can carry information regarding sensations, and ...Read more


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Had 8 teeth removed now have blurry vision dizzy . .facial nerve pain .extreme weakness .Can hardly walk. Brain Fog. None prior to extractions.

Had 8 teeth removed now have blurry vision dizzy . .facial nerve pain .extreme weakness .Can hardly walk. Brain Fog. None prior to extractions.

Call your dentist: Call your dentist/oral surgeon to review your symptoms. Have you taken the pain medication prescribed? Are you alone? If so, can you have a friend/neighbor help you? Sit or lie down and get some fluids. ...Read more

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Can dizziness related to be searious brain problem?

Can dizziness related to be searious brain problem?

Yes: Abut it is also a very nonspecific symptom , meaning it can and usually is caused by something else besides serious brain problems. If you have already had a neg MRI then it is very unlikely that you have most of the causes of serious brain problems. ...Read more

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Occasional sensation in brain like vibrating or electrocution w/o pain. Followed by dizziness. Cant move during, but able to think clearly. 4-5x month?

Occasional sensation in brain like vibrating or electrocution w/o pain. Followed by dizziness. Cant move during, but able to think clearly. 4-5x month?

Get checked!: This is definitely not normal. But we cannot say what it could be for sure. Call your doctor or get seen this week. If it happens again before that, go to the ER. Better to be safe! ...Read more

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Can brain trauma cause dizziness months later?

Can brain trauma cause dizziness months later?

Yes: Patients can suffer headaches and dizziness for 6 months after head injury. Some may develop chronic migraine type headaches. Depending on what area of the brain was injured, the dizziness may be permanent. It can be exertion related or with sudden head movements. Physical therapy can help and using a cane or walker can prevent falls. ...Read more

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What brain diseases can cause dizziness and it being only symptom?

What brain diseases can cause dizziness and it being only symptom?

The inner ear.: Dizziness is a difficult term. Most people mean the room is spinning around them when 'dizzy'. Moving usually makes it worse. If that is what you are feeling, you likely have an inner ear disorder such as labyrinthitis or BPPV Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo, if there are no other symptoms. Meniere's is another but usually has tinnitis & hearing loss with the episodes. See an ENT doctor ...Read more

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What is prognosis after sah? Is dizziness and "brain fog " feeling normal after 7 years?

What is prognosis after sah? Is dizziness and "brain fog " feeling normal after 7 years?

SAH Prognosis: Prognosis after a sah depends on the severity and location of the bleed, as well as its etiology, risk factors and and co-morbidities. The deficit can range from subtle to comatose. Dizziness & dysequilibrium is commonly encountered, even after 7 years. The younger brain is more plastic & has a tendency to get better. Other things that can cause dizziness besides sah are common & needs evaluation. ...Read more

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Dizziness, dim vision, buzzing sensation in my brain. What could it be?

Dizziness, dim vision, buzzing sensation in my brain. What could it be?

Eye, central nervous: It does need immediate attention it could be more than one thing. The first thing to consider is visual but also central nervous system. Your first that would be to see a neurologist. ...Read more

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Brain And Nerves (Definition)

The brain and nerves are parts of the body, forming the "nervous system" that processes information, thought, and memory; the location of personality and emotions; and the control center ...Read more


Cerebrum (Definition)

Cerebrum essentially refers to the majority of the brain. Embryologically, it develops from the telencephalon, and together with the diencephalon, ...Read more