Which of the following statements best describes how a CT scan can be used to investigate brain function?
Spinal cord injuries are often permanent because there are no stem cells in the spinal cord to replace damaged cells.
Is this statement true or false?
For the injuries and disorders described, state what part of the brain you think is affected.
A person with ataxia walks with jerky and uncoordinated movements.
After suffering a stroke, a person may struggle to remember key events.
After falling from a motorbike, a rider’s heart rate increases rapidly and they struggle to breathe normally.
After developing a brain tumour, a patient finds they sweat in cold rooms and need to urinate more.