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Synonyms for brain

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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

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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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In December, Michael has suffered brain trauma in a skiing accident while he was vacationing with his family in the French Alps.
The influx of young men and women with brain trauma has increased research into the injury.
The brain trauma of postconcussional disorder is usually precipitated by a pedestrian-automobile collision or a playground accident.
According to work presented in New Orleans, people who may benefit from neural stem cells include those with strokes, spinal cord injuries, brain trauma, and Alzheimer's disease.
In addition, brain trauma affects another 1.5 million people each year in the United States.
Guidelines for the Management of Severe Head Injury is a document that was developed by a task force consisting of members of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons and the Brain Trauma Foundation.
Karius was sent to a hospital in Boston because of concerns he suffered a brain trauma in the final after Ramos appeared to aim an elbow at his head.
Wood, of Georgian Close, in Halewood, suffered severe brain trauma, but was listed to appear at Liverpool Magistrates' Court yesterday.
This edition has been updated with new diseases and syndromes, new images, new topics like tumor pseudoprogression and pseudoresponse, new section introductions, and updated coverage of brain trauma, including new entities, techniques and imaging for rapid stroke triage, and functional imaging and dementia diagnosis.
His rehabilitation will be effective only if he comes into terms with being Bloggs and fulfills what Bloggs can do." Greenwood shared results of a new study about the long-term effects of brain trauma. "It's a very, very hard process to take people through and many don't achieve it."
The hospital treating the racing legend said that Schumacher was suffering a serious brain trauma with coma on his arrival, which required an immediate neurosurgical operation.
Some specific topics discussed include tourism and neoliberal peace-building in divided societies, the comics journalism of Joe Sacco, accounts of genocide in travel writing about Rwanda, and the creation of a dance company for survivors of brain trauma. The book is illustrated with b&w photos.
Not surprisingly, the head with helmet and face shield was subjected to dramatically lower intercranial pressures, suggesting that a soldier so equipped would have a much better chance at avoiding serious brain trauma.
Such difficulties often arise after stroke or other brain trauma.