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    Neurosurgeon

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    Neurosurgeon Tumors located in the frontal lobe are quite common since this lobe is the largest in humans. These growths are categorized as primary, which means they originate in the brain (benign), or secondary, meaning they have a different origin and it spread to the brain (metastasized). Primary tumors tend to grow slower and cause less noticeable damage and behavioral changes. Secondary tumors, on the other hand, pose a bigger threat because they grow faster and tend to be malignant

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    The Neurosurgeon

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    The Neurosurgeon The temporal lobe comprises all the tissue that lies below the Sylvian fissure and anterior to the occipital and parietal cortex. The temporal regions can be divided on the lateral surface into those that are auditory (Brodmann’s area) and those that form the ventral visual stream on the lateral temporal lobe. The visual regions are referred to as either inferotemporal cortex or by von Bonin and Bailey’s designation, TE. The sulci of the temporal lobe contains most of

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    Neurosurgeon and Patient

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    Neurosurgeon and Patient Brain injury is an unexpected and complex disability. The brain can be damaged in many ways: as a result of an accident, a stroke, alcohol or drug abuse, tumors, poisoning, infection and disease, hemorrhage, near drowning, AIDS, and a number of other things such as Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis, and Alzheimer’s disease. The human brain is one of the most vital and complex organs in the human body. It is where we store our thoughts, feelings and all of

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    Cerebellar Lesions and The Neurosurgeon

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    Cerebellar Lesions and The Neurosurgeon Modern Surgical Approaches The incorporation of computed topography into stereo tactic techniques coincided with a general interest in stereo tactic approaches to intracranial tumors. Several authors including Moser and Backlund in 1982 and Apuzzo in 1984 reported safe CT based stereo tactic tumor biopsies ofpineal region tumors. Most series of stereo tactic tumor biopsies contain a number of pineal region lesions. The reported mortality and morbidity

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    Prefrontal Cortex Lesions from Neurosurgeon and Patient Perspective In this paper, I will discuss lesions of the prefrontal cortex from the perspective of the practice of neurosurgery (in particular, the sub-field of psychosurgery) and then I will consider some studies that look at the implications of lesions to the prefrontal cortex to the brain and behavior, from the perspective of the patient with the lesion. Initially, I will start with the history and explanation of psychosurgery.

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    Subcortex Diencephalon lesions from the view of the Neurologist and the Neurosurgeon The diencephalon, which includes the thalamus, hypothalamus, and subthalamus of the brain will be discussed in this project paper however, the main focus will by on the hypothalamus of the diencephalon structure. To begin a brief review of the functions of the thalamus and hypothalamus, the thalamus is the input center for sensory information and the output center for motor information. The hypothalamus

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    graduated high school and attended college at Yale. While at Yale he had money problems and barely had enough money to survive. He graduated and married his wife Cookie and became a neurosurgeon. He his known as one of the top neurosurgeons if not the top neurosurgeon because he took difficult cases which all other neurosurgeons wouldn’t take the risk to do. The message of this book is basically never give up and always try to do your best no matter what the situation and you should remember that God

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    A Case Study of a Colloid Cyst

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    The cysts are located deep inside which makes treatment of the tumor very difficult. It takes a team of skilled professionals to treat patient with these kinds of cysts. The two people that I will be focusing on are the Neurologist and the Neurosurgeon even though there are whole teams of people that specialize in neurosurgery and that see to the patients care pre and post operation. The Role of the Neurologist: The role of the Neurologist is to diagnose and come up with a plan of action

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    learning a new type of dance to make the existing one more exciting. Going beyond the normal boundary increases the chance that the dance will effectively intertwine the music and choreography, so the dance will go beyond the original idea. Shadowing neurosurgeon Dr. Norgran in high school and pulmonologist Dr. Yaeger in college, has given me a new perspective on going into a career in medicine. These people helped me to see that I would have to be willing to alter the music of my life in order to finish

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    Handling the Brain

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    cerebral hemispheres to function virtually independently (6). "Handedness" then, has come to be considered - not merely the hand you favor for writing - but rather a possible indication of hemispheric language specialization. It was the French neurosurgeon, Paul... ... middle of paper ... ... Interaction by John Gregory Hibbard http://monroe.lib.in.us/~bpmchi/Hibbard.html 2)handedness http://www.nurseminerva.co.uk/handedne.htm 3)Handedness and Brain Lateralization http://www.indiana

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