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Brain Injury and Brain Function
The human brain is responsible for almost all of the bodies' functions:
are some examples of what the brain controls.
The brain is best described as something like a blancmange in consistency. This is internally housed and protected by the skull. The brain is packed in quite tightly inside the skull, ensuring that there is little room for movement. The brain passes messages within itself by means of trillions of neurones. When the brain is injured it is these message pathways which are inhibited or damaged causing problems to some or all of the functions mentioned above.
The damage to the brain can separated into two parts:
Primary brain damage:
Secondary brain damage:
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