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Brain damage & neurological behaviors •LO1: Describe the neurological features and the symptoms of stroke, traumatic brain injury (TBI), chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), Parkinson’s Disease, and Huntington’s Disease-Stroke: -trouble speaking, walking, or standing -paralysis or numbness of face, arm, or leg-trouble with seeing in one or both eyes-headache-depends on location and extent of damage -TBI:-concussion: injury to brain that results in temporary memory loss of normal brain function -hematoma (localized blood clot) : bleeding between the brain and skull(subdural (b/t dura and brain) and epidural (b/t skull and dura))-CTE: -Can begin months, years, or decades after last trauma-memory loss-confusion-impaired judgment -impulse control-depression-agression-progressive dementia -Huntingtons:-uncontrollable jerky movement of limbs-Parkinsons:-resting tremor-muscular rigidity-slowness of movement -difficulty initiating movement -masklike face •LO2: Where applicable, describe the causes or risk factors, of these.•LO3: Discuss the animal model of Parkinson’s Disease and including their strengths and weaknesses.
•Describe the 2 types of stroke. Define penumbra and diaschisis. Define thrombus and embolus.•What is ecotoxicity, and how is it related to stroke?•How are concussions classified (graded)?•What sorts of physical damage can occur to the brain in a traumatic brain injury (TBI)? Understand coup-countercoup.