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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.

Vasculitis, Cerebral (Cause of Stroke, TIA, and Seizure)

What Is Cerebral Vasculitis? Cerebral vasculitis, also called vasculitis of the central nervous system (CNS), is an autoimune attack against elastin fibers in the walls of arteries that bring blood to the head. Early recogniton may reduce poor outcomes.1 Cerebral ...

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