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The BRAIN: What different parts do?

Investigating brain function and the dangers if the brain is damaged

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(1) Spinal cord and the main parts of the brain and their function

(2) How can we study the brain? How can this help in medical diagnosis?

(3) What are the causes, risks, consequences and treatment of brain damage


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