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If someone were to have problems with the cerebrum, why are they considered brain damages?

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Dr. Edward Smith
Neurology
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In brief: It's a definition

The cerebrum is the majority of the brain.
Other brain parts exclusive of the cerebrum include brainstem, cerebellum and cranial nerves. Therefor, cerebral damage is brain damage.

In brief: It's a definition

The cerebrum is the majority of the brain.
Other brain parts exclusive of the cerebrum include brainstem, cerebellum and cranial nerves. Therefor, cerebral damage is brain damage.
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