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Brainstem (Human Anatomy): Function and Location - Biology
The brainstem consists of the midbrain, medulla oblongata, and the pons. Credit: SEER Training Modules/ U. S. National Institutes of Health, National Cancer ...
Anatomy of the Brain - Brainstem Images - Biology - About.com
Information and resources pertaining to the brainstem and images of the brainstem.
Basic Parts of the Brain and Their Responsibilities
The brainstem consists of the midbrain and the hindbrain. Just as the name suggests, the brainstem resembles the stem of a branch. The midbrain is the upper ...
Brainstem - Definition of Brainstem - Stroke - About.com
Jan 26, 2009 ... Learn the definition of the term brainstem. ... The brainstem is the area of the central nervous system located between the brain and the spinal ...
Brainstem Involvement in Fibromyalgia
Oct 16, 2013 ... New research suggests brainstem dysfunction in people with fibromyalgia, providing new clues as what may cause the condition's many ...
Audiology Hearing Tests - ABR Versus OAE - Deafness - About.com
An ABR (auditory brainstem response), or an OAE (otoacoustic emissions testing ) hearing test is done when a baby is born or a child is very young. The two ...
Anatomy of the Brain - Biology - About.com
The midbrain and the hindbrain together make up the brainstem . The midbrain is the portion of the brainstem that connects the hindbrain and the forebrain.
Severe Strokes: Which Types of Strokes Are the Most Deadly?
May 27, 2014 ... All of the nerve impulses from the brain that go to the body must go through the brainstem, which is why brainstem strokes can be even more ...
Understanding Brain Death - Neurology - About.com
Oct 12, 2014 ... Unlike the other forms of lost consciousness, brain death involves a complete loss of brainstem functions as well. This means that the reticular ...
Dizziness, vertigo and brainstem strokes - About.com
Feb 22, 2008 ... Brainstem strokes must be treated emergently, as the brainstem controls many of our most important functions, such as our ability to breathe.
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