Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Interactive Brain Injury
The Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) from the Center of Excellence for Medical Multimedia enables the use of this Interactive Brain where it shows and describes the different brain areas, function and result of injury.
This online application offers 5 view options: Side view, Inside view, Visual anatomy, Motility and Left & right brain function. At the right column 3 other options: Description area, Function and Result of injury. The next picture shows a visual anatomy of optic radiations:
The trauma can cause nerve cells in the brain to stretch, tear, or pull apart, making it difficult or impossible for the cells to send messages from one part of the brain to another, and to the rest of the body. TBI can interfere with how the brain works, including thinking, remembering, seeing, and controlling movements. Traumatic brain injury can range from mild to very severe depending on many things, including the force of the trauma, previous brain injuries and how quickly emergency medical treatment is given.
Try it pressing here!