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    What are the neurological processes involved when behavioral changes result from changes in brain chemistry due to brain injury or illness?

    What happens in the nervous system to cause these changes? Please reply

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    The neurological processes involved when behavioral changes result from a brain injury or illness are important as well as in regards to the nervous system too. Focal bleeding occurs, especially if they head has been shaken, or if their is a fracture in the skull. Extracerebral hemorrhages occur when their is some form of tearing in the bridging veins. This can sometimes ...

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    This solution provides an explanation of the neurological processes involved when behavioral change results from changes in brain chemistry due to brain injury or illness as well as what happens to the nervous system to cause these changes.

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