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vestibular schwannoma also is called acoustic neuroma and comes from Schwann cells of CNVIII. Prognosis generally is very good
Published by Dr. David Warmflash 91 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +6 votes | 1 comments
Memory enlarges our world. Without memory we will lose the sense of continuity and each morning will be strange to us. Each day and event will exist in isolation. We can neither learn from the past nor anticipate the future.
Published by +Paulose 92 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +6 votes | 1 comments
Tumors of the pituitary, incidence 1 out of 10,000 annuall, most common pituitary tumors, 90 percent of neoplasms in this gland.
Published by Dr. David Warmflash 92 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +0 votes | 1 comments
Alternobaric vertigo middle ear pressure.
Published by Dr. David Warmflash 92 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +3 votes | 0 comments
Brain imaging techniques have greatly increased understanding of several disorders. Here PET, MEG and Optical Imaging will be discussed.
Published by BlaBla 93 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +5 votes | 2 comments
One of the big signs of disturbance is the frequent use of drugs or the habitual use of alcohol or other stimulants. Drugs and alcohol can create problems of their own. However, many persons use violent stimulants to get rid of internal or psychic pain.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 94 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +8 votes | 5 comments
Color and the way the human perceives it varies according to culture and environment.
Published by M.J. Grueso 94 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +6 votes | 3 comments
Freeman would line up his patients and systematically stick an icepick through roof of their eye sockets. The procedure was done through local anesthesia. Once the icepick entered the frontal lobes, the surgeon would swish it around, thus damaging anything in its pathway. The surgeon did not even know what he was cutting
Published by carol roach 97 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +3 votes | 3 comments
Antonio Egaz Moniz – 1935 used a procedure called trepannig (boring a hole in either side of the head in the region of the frontal lobes and injected alcohol to destroy the tissue to destroy the frontal lobes of the brain. Later the alcohol was replaced with inserting a wire knife to cut the nerve fibers.
Published by carol roach 97 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +3 votes | 0 comments
What is interesting is that the rate of survival for trepanning was estimated to be about 75% during the stone age. This rate is much higher than the trepanning surgery done in the modern era even as when we look at procedures done as late as the 19th century. Brain surgery in the 1800's often produced infections and killed 75 percent of the patients instead of healing them.
Published by carol roach 98 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +16 votes | 29 comments
One neuron can connect itself to as many as 200.000 other neurons (search for "incredible brain facts" on Dogpile meta search engine) and the only limitation is not the number of neurons but the number of connections they can make with each one. See your brain like a super highway of electric impulses. It's the quality of the roads that makes those impulses travel faster, not the amount of roads because the impulses cannot go any faster even with more roads.
Published by Pedro Pacheco 101 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +1 votes | 0 comments
Published by Colin Dovey 102 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +7 votes | 1 comments
How to keep your imagination active.
Published by Amanda Bradbury 98 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +5 votes | 3 comments
Learn about Epilepsy Awareness Month and the different types of epilepsy.
Published by Gayle Crabtree 104 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +1 votes | 1 comments
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