Impact per brain area
Where is the injury? Explained per brain area
Consequences per brain region
Scientists are discovering more and more about the complex relationships between cognitive functions and the structures of the brain itself; these numerous interconnections need to be understood so that the brains can work as a whole.
This picture shows an image of a thought, you can clearly see that al brain area's are used.
It looks like a big 'road map', with busy junctions and highways that intersect and areas that are closely linked to each other by 80-100 million neurons. Each neuron has 1,000 to 10,000 connections ....
(road map of nerves)
The brain (cerebrum) resembles a large walnut with grooves and turns. The brain consists of two hemispheres. Generally speaking, the left hemisphere is involved in abilities like verbal language, and the right hemisphere more in nonverbal capibilities or functions. The left brain controls the right side of the body and vice versa.
DAMAGE in the left hemisphere
Possible symptoms may include:
Generally speaking, possible symptoms could include:
no attention to the crippled side of the body
DAMAGE in the brainstem (truncus cerebri)
DAMAGE IN THE HINDBRAINS
(cerebellum , 'little brain')
DAMAGE IN PONS
DAMAGE IN FRONTAL LOBE