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Cranial bones (anatomy)

CRANIAL BONES ANATOMY Cranial bones by design are a hard shell of an enclosure which protects the brain and its associated nerves, fluids, and other sensory organs. This responsibility is met via the construction that is created through the frontal, two temporals, the occipital, the sphenoid, as well as the ethmoid more...

Cranial nerves (anatomy)

CRANIAL NERVES ANATOMY The cranial nerves are responsible for transmission of information to and from the brain. There are twelve pairs of these nerves, and they traverse the along the inferior surface of the brain. They exit through the foramina in the skull and innervate the receptive areas, such as the more...

Glioblastoma multiforme (diseases)

There are many types of brain tumors. One type is classified as primary brain tumors, which develop within the brain itself, as differentiated from other tumors which spread and multiply from its origins in other parts of the body. GLIOBLASTOMA MULTIFORME DEFINITION Primary brain tumors can either be benign or malignant. The more...

Malaria (diseases)

Malaria is a very serious disease that can cause months of illness and even death. Malaria is most common in regions with tropical and subtropical climates such as the Middle East, South America, Africa, Asia, and Central America. Malaria cases in the United States are most often cases that the more...

Neuropathy (diseases)

The nerves are the biological wires that transport motor messages from the brain to the muscles, as well as send back sensory information from the muscles to the brain. When a person suffers from Neuropathy, it is often caused by an underlying disease. NEUROPATHY SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS In itself, Neuropathy is not more...