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Central Nervous System

1. Find a peer review study in which a subject has sustained an injury to a particular region of the CNS;

2. Describe the region of the CNS that was injured;

3. Describe what functions that region of the CNS is typically involved with;

4. Describe what symptoms the injured person displayed;

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CNS
his week you learned about the Central Nervous System, or CNS.
please:
find a peer review study in which a subject has sustained an injury to a particular region of the CNS;
describe the region of the CNS that was injured;
describe what functions that region of the CNS is typically involved with;
describe what symptoms the injured person displayed;

1. Describe the region of the CNS that was injured.

The brain and spinal cord are part of the central nervous system (CNS). Injury to the brain and spinal cord can cause death and disability. A blow to the head can cause an open or closed injury. When the brain is damaged the injury may involve the parenchyma, the vasculature or both. Repetitive episode of trauma to the brain can lead to later neurodegenerative diseases including Alzheimer diseases. Traum to the head can caused a disease called chronic traumati encephalopathy that is ...

Solution Summary

The brain and spinal cord are part of the central nervous system (CNS). Injury to the brain and spinal cord (CNS) can cause disability, paralysis, coma, or even death. A blow to the head is very deadly depending on where and what type of injury it inflicted the individual.

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