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Brain Anatomy Support Videos

Part 1 : Parts of the Brain

In the first video, Dr. Jennifer Yao talks about the two hemispheres of the brain as well as the frontal and parietal lobes.

Part 2 : Parts of the Brain

In this second video, Dr. Jennifer Yao explains the function of the temporal and occipital lobe and the cerebellum and brainstem.

Part 3 : Parts of the Brain

In the third video Dr Yao talks about the ventricles, the cerebral spinal fluid and the oxygen needed for the brain to function.

What is a Stroke?

Dr. Jennifer Yao distinguishes between the different types of strokes including ischemic, hemorrhagic and lacunar.

BRAIN ANATOMY

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AQUIRED BRAIN INJURY

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RECOGNIZING STROKE

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