Brain sections and functions

Brain sections and functions

An Intricate Cross-Section of the Brain Depicted With Thousands of Layers of Gold Leaf

An Intricate Cross-Section of the Brain Depicted With Thousands of Layers of Gold Leaf

Woman in Coma Since 2016 Gives Birth to a Cute Baby Boy Meets Son 4 Months Later   In a miraculous chain of events this 34-year-old Argentinian policewoman who's been in a comma since late 2016 due to a car accident gave birth to a baby boy!  She met her son fourth months later when she finally regained consciousness.   FACEBOOK/CESAR BANNAN  During the first part of 2017 "she moved sometimes made signs of waking up" said her brother Cesar.  "Last Thursday during Holy Week we were in her…

Woman in Coma Since 2016 Gives Birth to a Cute Baby Boy Meets Son 4 Months Later In a miraculous chain of events this 34-year-old Argentinian policewoman who's been in a comma since late 2016 due to a car accident gave birth to a baby boy! She met her son fourth months later when she finally regained consciousness. FACEBOOK/CESAR BANNAN During the first part of 2017 "she moved sometimes made signs of waking up" said her brother Cesar. "Last Thursday during Holy Week we were in her…

Major branches of the middle cerebral artery. (A) Coronal section showing the lenticulostriate, the precentral (pre-Rolandic), central (Rolandic), and the parietal and temporal branches. The internal carotid, anterior cerebral, and anterior communicating arteries; the optic chiasm; the internal capsule; and the temporal lobe of the brain are shown for orientation purposes. (B) Top view showing the anterior, middle, and posterior temporal arteries; the angular artery; the posterior and…

Major branches of the middle cerebral artery. (A) Coronal section showing the lenticulostriate, the precentral (pre-Rolandic), central (Rolandic), and the parietal and temporal branches. The internal carotid, anterior cerebral, and anterior communicating arteries; the optic chiasm; the internal capsule; and the temporal lobe of the brain are shown for orientation purposes. (B) Top view showing the anterior, middle, and posterior temporal arteries; the angular artery; the posterior and…

Brain sections anatomy poster - Codex Anatomicus

Brain anatomy print IV

Brain sections anatomy poster - Codex Anatomicus

Vintage Head Human Half Section Head Anatomical Model / Human Anatomy / Adam Rouilly Brain Model by GrandpasMarket on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/177281134/vintage-head-human-half-section-head

Vintage Head Human Half Section Head Anatomical Model / Human Anatomy / Adam Rouilly Brain Model by GrandpasMarket on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/177281134/vintage-head-human-half-section-head

I've started adding these pages to my bullet journal a while ago and I find them really useful. (As you can see the brain dump section is very important! Do you think I should give Game of Thrones another chance?) I also love my new stickers from @moonlume! Aren't the cats just adorable?   #bulletjournal #bulletjournaling #planner #bujo    #Regram via @rozmakesplans

I've started adding these pages to my bullet journal a while ago and I find them really useful. (As you can see the brain dump section is very important! Do you think I should give Game of Thrones another chance?) I also love my new stickers from @moonlume! Aren't the cats just adorable? #bulletjournal #bulletjournaling #planner #bujo #Regram via @rozmakesplans

It’s true that exposure to the constant stresses and dangers of poverty actually changes people’s brains. Al Race, the deputy co-director of the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University, which has an enduring partnership with EMPath, says children who grow up in and remain in poverty are doubly affected. But the sections of the brain in question are also known to be particularly “plastic,” Race said, meaning they can be strengthened and improved well into adulthood.

How Poverty Changes the Brain

It’s true that exposure to the constant stresses and dangers of poverty actually changes people’s brains. Al Race, the deputy co-director of the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University, which has an enduring partnership with EMPath, says children who grow up in and remain in poverty are doubly affected. But the sections of the brain in question are also known to be particularly “plastic,” Race said, meaning they can be strengthened and improved well into adulthood.

An Elaborate Cross-Section of the Human Brain Photographed With Over One Thousand Layers of Gold Leaf

An Elaborate Cross-Section of the Human Brain Photographed With Over One Thousand Layers of Gold Leaf

An Elaborate Cross-Section of the Human Brain Photographed With Over One Thousand Layers of Gold Leaf

An Elaborate Cross-Section of the Human Brain Photographed With Over One Thousand Layers of Gold Leaf

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