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Lobes of the Brain

Summary Information: Lobes of the Brain

Lobes of the Brain: Both the cerebrum and the cerebellum of the brain are divided into different functional sections called lobes. The lobes of the brain each have different functions.

Conditions that can afflict the cerebral cortex include cerebral palsy, meningitis, shrinkage of the cerebellum, changes with aging, toxin exposure, subdural hematoma, cancer, inflammation, stroke, genetic disorders, hemorrhage, infection, and encephalitis.

Closely Related Organs: Lobes of the Brain

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Lobes of the Brain

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Sub Parts: Lobes of the Brain

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Lobes of the Brain

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