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The Anatomy of a Brain Injury

Frontal Lobe Parietal Lobe Occipital Lobe Problem solving Judgment Sense of touch, taste and smell Differentiation: size, shape, color Spatial perception Visual perception Visual reception area Visual interpretation Reading (perception and recognition) Inhibition of behavior Planning Anticipation Speaking (expressive language) Emotional expression Awareness of abilities Academic skills Math calculations Reading Writing Self-monitoring Motor planning Personality Sexual behavior Behavior control Limitations Organization Cerebellum Attention Concentration Coordination of voluntary movement Balance and equilibrium Some memory for reflex motor acts Mental flexibility Initiation Brain Stem Sense of balance (vestibular function) Reflexes to seeing and hearing Autonomic nervous system Blood vessel control Breathing Heart control Temporal Lobe Digestion Heart rate Swallowing Understanding language Organization and sequencing Information retrieval Musical awareness Consciousness BRAIN FUNCTIONS Blood pressure Temperature Alertness Memory Hearing Learning Feelings Segregated by Lobes Ability to sleep Sweating JAXLE GAL Call Us Now for a Free Consultation 904-468-3533 HARDESTY TYDE GREEN & ASHTON RA.

The Anatomy of a Brain Injury

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More than 50,000 people every year die due to a Traumatic Brain Injury in United States. TBI a form of acquired brain injury, occurs when a sudden trauma causes damage to the brain. Do you know the ...


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