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LEFT POSTCENTRAL GYRUS (primary sensory cortex)
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Fig 114 Our little feeling dwarf nds a sensory home
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the right side of the body This is because the cerebral cortex destination for the sensory information is destroyed or blocked Summarizing, we have:
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DAMAGE TO THE POSTCENTRAL GYRUS (stroke/CVA, etc) PARTIAL OR TOTAL ANESTHESIA ON THE OPPOSITE (CONTRALATERAL) SIDE OF THE BODY
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[Further reading prompt: Our fun and different friend, BIOLOGY DEMYSTIFIED, provides more background and details about this important subject!] This is just great stuff, Hippocrates! I m really starting to understand what happened to my Grandma when she had that stroke last year! But we still haven t talked about the cerebellum very much, have we Yes, let s go back to
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Figure 112 for just a minute Here we again see our rather mischievous little sidekick, Baby Heinie, successfully riding his bicycle The naughty little kid is making use of proprioception (proh-pree-oh-SEP-shun) This is the process of (-tion) receiving (cept) information about one s own (propri) self By self, we mean the positions of your own self (body and body parts) in space The cerebellum coordinates various automatic re exes and helps maintain Baby Heinie s upright posture and balance on his bicycle, via proprioception Suppose there is some kind of lesion (damage) to the cerebellum, say from a sharp blow to the base of the skull This damage might be re ected in cerebellar (sahr-eh-BEL-er) ataxia (ah-TAK-see-ah) a loss of (a-) order (tax) in balance The person suffering cerebellar damage may thus walk much like a drunk, weaving and falling down because of the ataxia
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Organic brain disorders
What do encephalitis, paralysis, anesthesia, and cerebellar ataxia, discussed in the previous section, have in common They are all organic brain disorders, also called organic brain syndromes By organic, it is meant that these disorders have some identi able structural (anatomical) or functional (physiological) cause Brain tumors (malignant or benign) are also organic lesions Neurology (nur-AHL-uh-jee) the study of nerves is the branch of medicine often consulted for treating organic diseases and injuries of the nervous system And neurosurgery (nur-oh-SURJ-er-ee) is the branch of medicine that focuses on surgical correction of structural brain problems Some additional organic mental ( referring to the mind ) disorders are: Alzheimer s (ALZ-high-mers) disease, senile (SEE-nile) dementia (deh-MENchyuh) and amnesia (am-NEE-zhuh) or loss (a-) of memory (mnes) This list of organic brain problems also includes various seizure disorders, such as epilepsy (EP-i-h-lep-see)
SOME NEUROSES AND PSYCHOSES
Mental disorders in general may be subdivided into two broad classes: the neuroses versus the psychoses (sigh-KOH-seez) A neurosis (nur-OH-sis) is literally an abnormal condition of (-osis) the nerves (neur) Thus, a crushed nerve in the arm, for instance, could technically be considered a neurosis But more commonly, a neurosis is an abnormality in thinking that does not involve a loss of reality In an anxiety neurosis, for instance, the affected person suffers a vague anxiety or fear to the point where it interferes with their normal daily life
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A psychosis (sigh-KOH-sis) is an abnormal condition (-osis) of the mind (psych) But in a practical sense, a psychosis is an abnormality in thinking that is so severe that the personality disintegrates and there is a loss of contact with reality Hospitalization of the psychotic (sigh-KAHT-ik) patient, therefore, is often required One well known type of psychosis is schizophrenia (skits-oh-FREN-ee-uh) This is a condition of (-ia) split (schiz) mind (phren) What appears to split apart is the victim s total personality He or she behaves in one way on some occasions and the exactly opposite way on other occasions Another characteristic feature of this psychosis is the occurrence of autism (AW-tizm) a condition of (-ism) self (aut) obsession The schizoid (SKITZ-oid) person is autistic (aw-TIS-tik) or self-absorbed, to the point of almost completely withdrawing from normal social interactions with others A psychiatrist (sigh-KEYE-uh-trist) one who treats (-iatrist) the mind (psych) is often consulted for those with various psychoses (sigh-KOH-seez) A clinical psychologist (sigh-KAHL-uh-jist) one who studies (-ologist) the mind (psych) is somewhat different Psychology (compared to psychiatry) is often more focused upon changing self-destructive and antisocial behaviors, such as various forms of addiction Summarizing (all of) the preceding information yields the following series of statements:
NEUROSES = Mental disorders that do not involve loss of sense of reality whereas PSYCHOSES = Mental disorders that do involve loss of sense of reality NEUROLOGISTS
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