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What is the elevated ridge of cerebral tissue?
Last Updated: 19th May, 2020
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Also, what is an elevated ridge of cerebral cortex tissue?
Elevated ridges of tissue, called gyri(singular: gyrus), separated by shallow groves called sulci(singular: sulcus) mark nearly the entire surface of thecerebral hemispheres.
Similarly, why trauma to the base of the brain is more dangerous? EXPLAIN WHY TRAUMA TO THE BASE OF THE BRAIN ISOFTEN MUCH MORE DANGEROUS THEN TRAUMA TO THE FRONTALLOBE. THE BASE OF THE BRAIN IS MORE DANGEROUS THENTRAUMA TO FRONTAL LOBES BECAUSE IT CONTAINS THE CENTERSMORE VITAL TO LIFE SUCH AS, RESPIRATORY, CARDIAC, ANDVASOMOTOR CENTERS.
Subsequently, question is, what is the most important autonomic center of brain?
The medulla oblongata (myelencephalon) is the lower halfof the brainstem continuous with the spinal cord. Its upper part iscontinuous with the pons. The medulla contains the cardiac,respiratory, vomiting, and vasomotor centers regulatingheart rate, breathing, and blood pressure.
What are the cavities found in the brain called?
Ventricles and cerebrospinal fluid The brain has hollow fluid-filled cavitiescalled ventricles (Fig. 7).