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The brain showed bilateral enlargement of cerebral hemispheres, generalized ventriculomegaly, and enlargement of the mesencephalic aqueduct.
It was as if two separate brains - the two cerebral hemispheres - were looking at different halves of visual space," added Miller.
In fact, it is difficult to imagine a circumstance in which a blunt impact to the head transmitted enough force to tear bridging veins, subarachnoid and retinal blood vessels, and axons deep in the cerebral hemispheres without breaking a few capillaries in the subscalpular soft tissues.
Among much else, she describes the dualistic working of the normal brain, which is divided into two cerebral hemispheres.
The cerebral hemispheres accounts for 85 percent of the brain's weight.
In 16 out of 17 rats measurement of CP was successful in both cerebral hemispheres.
The cerebral hemispheres are thought of as the more cognitive, intellectual parts of the brain, white the limbic system provides for the more organised and emotional aspects of learning.
Most of the symptoms associated with PML, which "virtually never" affects the spinal cord, result from abnormalities within the cerebral hemispheres, in contrast to MS, where many symptoms originate from the spinal cord, he pointed out.
MRI revealed that the arachnoid cyst went across the midline of the brain and elevated both cerebral hemispheres, "but it clearly did not communicate with the ventricles.
The study, reported in the journal Neuropsychology, supports the theory that people with a head for maths are better at relaying information between the cerebral hemispheres.
The study, reported in the journal Neuropsychology, supports the growing theory that people with a head for maths are better at relaying and integrating information between the cerebral hemispheres.
Differences between the two cerebral hemispheres can easily be seen in patients with damage to one hemisphere but not the other (from stroke, trauma, or tumor).
Depending on the severity of the trauma, DAI may cause macroscopic or microscopic injury throughout the white matter of the cerebral hemispheres.