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Cerebrum (Neurologic) Disorders

This category comprises disorders of the cerebrum, or higher brain, that may impair neurologic or mental function including thinking, judgment, reasoning or analytical skills, mathematical skills, self-care skills, and memory and control of movement of voluntary muscles.

The cerebrum is the largest part of the brain, making up 85% of the brain’s weight.

Anorexia or Loss of Appetite

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What Is Anorexia? Anorexia or loss of appetite is a reduced desire to eat which can cause unintentional weight loss. Anorexia is a feature of many disorders caused by malutrition such as celiac disease and aging or gastrointestinal problems such ...

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