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The cerebrum and its functions

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three-fifths of cerebrum, except for parts of the temporal and occipital lobes." This makes no sense ... they have said "The internal carotid arteries supply blood to the anterior three-fifths of cerebrum ...

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lacunar infarcts noted in subcortrtical whitematter of both cerebrum" can you pls explin what ...

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and several small foci of abnormal increased signal throughout the white matter of the cerebrum ...

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. The remaining cerebrum depicts normal parenchymal signals. The midline structures are normally oriented ...

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ventricle . Predominantly mass is confined to right cerebrum and brain stem , however some infiltration ...

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mri findings for my cerebrum; [No idence of intracranial hemorrhage, mass, mass effect, or acute infraction. A T2 hyperintence opacities present in the right periventricular white matter extending ...

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Hi Doctor, My father in-law is having blockage in the artery that goes to Cerebrum from the right side (behind the ear) of the neck . It is 90% blocked. He recently go brain hemorrhage. Do we have ...

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hi ..my husmand is 36yrs old and suffering from cerebellar ataxia ...now he is facing problem in walking also...and in MRI there is degeneration in cerebrum also. please tell me something about that. ...

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with multiple metastasis in the cerebrum, cerebellum due to problem with the vestibular system. She had a brain ...

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I have pseudotumor cerebri I am 27 years old 5ft 3in and 185 lbs I have lost a total of 65 lbs over the course of 2 years. I am currently on Diamox 2000 mg per day. my dosage was just increased today due to increased pressure and pain. I am not at...

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A routine scan of a elderly man reveals partial occlusion of the right internal cartid artery, yet blood supply to his cerebrum is unimpaired. What two possible causes of the occlusion. What anastamosis ...

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A routine scan of an elderly man reveals partial occlusion of the right internal carotid artery, yet blood supply to his cerebrum is unimpaired. What are two possible causes of the occlusion? What ...

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Had MRI - headaches - memory fog -depression A COUPLE minor/ moderate CONCUSSIONS Three questions on items on MRI 1. Vessels: major vascular flow voids are grossly Maintained 2. Cerebrum: Areas cerebral ...

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my sister s daughter born premature she is suffering from cerebrum atropy according to doctor. she is just 9 months old.she is also suffering fm spasticity.she cant even raise her head. may be she ...

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My Mom received this diagnosis information from her MRI yesterday. Can you translate this into layman s terms for me? Thank you. Cerebrum: Numerous punctate and confluent areas of hyperintensity ...

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Hi Remi, Thanks for your query. Cerebral Malaria is most commonly caused by P. falciparum and, less commonly by vivax species. The malarial parasites infect the Red Blood Cells(RBCs). When these infected RBCs are transmitted to the brain, cerebral malaria results. Dr. Rakesh Karanwal