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Electronically-hearing within the brain -- will it ever happen?

A: Dear Green, Thanks for writing such a fascinating question.  I see that you have a good grasp of the anatomy of the central auditory nervous system, and some physiology as well. As you allude to the acoustic signal which begins in the peripheral auditory system traverses the central auditory system (CANS) beginning at the cochlear nucleus, and then travelling and being decoded for various auditory functions, e.g., localization, etc., by the superior olivary complex, the lateral lemniscus, the inferior colliculus, the medial geniculate nucleus, and the auditory radiations on their way to the sylvian fissure within the auditory cortex. Where the auditory hallucinations, and perceptions actually occur and how is not known to my knowledge, but the auditory association areas are...


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Do mobile phones cause brain tumours?

A: mobile phones use a frequencey that connects to a different frequency and sends radio waves to each other this can trigger a cell in your brain that give you brain tumours or even brain damage mobile phones use a frequencey that connects to a different frequency and sends radio waves to each other this can trigger a cell in your brain that give you brain tumours or even brain damage this is not how phones affect you this is o2 by the way :) and it is rubish...
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Can MP3's cause brain cancer?

A: I think you mean MP3 players, not MP3 songs. Anyway, MP3 players and other electronics do emit weak radio waves and electromagnetic fields. But phones, because they are actually designed to emit radio waves, have much stronger signals. There have been lots of studies over the years that have come up with conflicting evidence about whether or not phones really are dangerous. At this point it does seem likely that there is at least a small correlation between heavy phone use for years and the risk of brain cancer. But I'm not aware of any evidence or studies about the safety of MP3 players and other non-phone electronics. But because they emit much less radiation than phones, it's safe to...
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Can cell phones cause brain cancer?

A: its true . because of the radiation . it was on the news too . "Cellular phones operate with RF (Radio Frequencies); a form of electromagnetic energy located on the electromagnetic spectrum between FM radio waves and the waves used in microwave ovens, radars and satellites.The amount of RF a person is exposed to with the use of a cell phone depends on a number of factors:# 1 - The distance from the base station;# 2 - The duration and frequency of cell phone use# 3 - The age of the phone (older analog models involve higher exposure than newer, digital ones).A number of organizations, such as the FCC (Federal Communications Commission), have set limits for human exposure to RF fields. Nevertheless, many individuals claim that repeated RF...


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Is the Neutrogena wave any good?

A: Gel-Aloe.com Skin is the front line defense in our daily fight against pollution and other environmental irritants, so we need to protect and reinforce it with extra care. Aloe vera, whose most traditional use as a natural remedy is to soothe the skin, is an ideal defense. We have designed unique and varied products that work naturally by moisturizing and providing essential nutrients and vitamins to the skin. Our skin care products can help protect the skin against the environment’s harsh effects, and are reinforced with the International Aloe Science Council Seal of Approval. gel-aloe.com Links: Gel-Aloe.com, gel-aloe.com Hello Angel isXperia offers a skin care system that is gentle and botanical. We have cleanser and a toner with aloe vera and C0-Q10 and I use the brilliant serum to...


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I have flipped t waves

A: Just added a subject to your post :)Hi Pattymike and welcome.  Don''t know anything about the ekg''s but hopefully someone will be along that does.  I just wanted to welcome you!  Nice to meet you, Patoola, and thank you for the warm welcome.  Well, I guess those flipped things aren''t going away so it looks like I can be patient and wait for an answer.  I s''pose I could go to the Dr. again but Dr''s answers are very sketchy and I would like an understandable explanation. Oh yes, Doctors can be frustrating to pull understandable explainations out of them!!!  One thing I''ve learned but am still not very good at is that I have to be assertive when going to the doc!  The best way I can do that is to make a list of my...


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Is anyone living with a Mild Traumatic brain Injury?

A: are you seeing a neurologist or neurosurgeon?Having delt with both types of docs over the years,i would always take the NS hands down,honestly,they just actually go into the brain and the spine and know things by just ''having been there",that neurologists just do not seem to have a clue about.I have always gotten much better treatment and answers to my pretty involved questions from my NSs.You definitely DO need at least a second opinion here as obviously,something is not right by just the symptoms you mentioned. where exactly did you have the MRI done,on the brain?C spine?I would think,given your symptoms,the c spine could possibly be where your problems are stemming from.But at any rate,you DO deserve to...


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Does pressing on the head cause brain injury?

A: Ok Friend... As my family says to me, "Quit doing that!!!" I have hit my head hard several times after my concussion but while I still had post concussion syndrome. I got nauseated a few of those times and it scared the heck out of me, because I didn't want anything worse than I already had. My doctor says that my head is still very reactive to pain. He said that nausea is one way of the body expressing pain. So in my particular case, those additional hits to the head while not causing additional concussions, were causing me to show pain through nausea that I wouldn't have done without suffering the concussion. I don't know if that is the case for you or not. But in the meantime, "Quit doing that!!!" I don't think the result is...
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Can You Define The Terms EEG And CAT In Terms Of brain Scanning Techniques?

A: EEG is an abbreviation of the electroencephalogram, which is a brain scanning technique which is responsible for recording electric signals whose transmission takes place inside the brain with the help of electrodes that are located on the outside of the skull.  In the technical realm of affairs, the EEG could only produce a measly graph of electrical wave patterns.  However with the help of new techniques, it has been made possible to transform the electrical activity of the brain into a clear pictorial representation of the brain, which in turn, empowers the diagnosis of conditions like epilepsy and learning disabilities. As for CAT scan or more precisely the...


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Do cell phones really cause brain cancer?Where did you find this out?

A: I have not seen anything written about PROOF that cell phones cause brain cancer. But medical research has proven that cell phone users have a higher rate of benign brain tumors called acoustic neuromas. You can get more information at the links below.... Source(s): hearinglossweb cbsnews http://www.acsh.org/healthissues/newsID.1010/healthissue_detail.asp less than a minute ago Jeff2 wrote: I have not seen anything written about PROOF that cell phones cause brain cancer. But medical research has proven that cell phone users have a higher rate of benign brain tumors called acoustic neuromas. You can get more information at the links below.... Source(s): hearinglossweb cbsnews...
 
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