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Synonyms for brain

the seat of the faculty of intelligence and reason

the faculty of thinking, reasoning, and acquiring and applying knowledge

a person of great mental ability

Synonyms for brain

someone who has exceptional intellectual ability and originality

the brain of certain animals used as meat

hit on the head

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kill by smashing someone's skull

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Although her physical injuries are healing - she is walking again, and eating, and speaking - doctors have warned her family that it could be several months before she fully recovers from the brain trauma.
Lewis Coert, above right, suffered brain trauma when he was hit in April.
Their mission is to educate the public not to fear people with epilepsy, seizures and brain trauma.
It took another hour to rush her to the nearest hospital, which did not have the expertise to operate, and three more hours before she reached Montreal's brain trauma unit.
Mr Richards, of West Avenue, Stoke, said: "I had multiple fractures in my skull and brain trauma.
John Alcock, 44, who was on royal protection duties at Balmoral, suffered severe brain trauma.
The blood flow was blocked, causing the respiratory syndrome and side effects including brain trauma, Scott said.
Symptoms of the neurodegeneration can develop months, years, or even decades after the last brain trauma or end of active athletic involvement.
The study could be important for troops in Afghanistan and Iraq, who are victims of brain trauma despite improvements in helmets and armour.
She suffered severe brain trauma but could have survived if she had received medical treatment.
The classic example of this is brain trauma caused by shaking an infant.
Cyclosporin-A treated mitochondria continue to function normally, even while under attack, from conditions ranging from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) to brain trauma.
CTE has been most commonly found in professional athletes participating in American football, ice hockey, professional wrestling and other contact sports who have experienced repetitive brain trauma.
Her son Leslie said yesterday: "The doctors told me mum would never recover because the brain trauma was so severe.
Robert Cantu and Christopher Nowinski to "solve the concussion crisis" by advancing the study, treatment, and prevention of the effects of brain trauma in athletes and other at-risk groups.