A person dies suddenly if hit in the hind part of the brain.Which part is hit in this case?

Asked by  | 24th Aug, 2010, 12:44: PM

Expert Answer:

The cerebellum is the hind part of the brain. It is made up of gray, unmyelinated cells on the exterior and white, myelinated cells in the interior. The cerebellum coordinates muscular movements and, along with the midbrain, monitors posture. It is essential to the control of movement of the human body in space. The brain stem, which incorporates the medulla and the pons, monitors involuntary activities such as breathing and vomiting.

 
Thus, a person can die if a sudden jerk is exerted on the hind part of the brain.

Answered by  | 24th Aug, 2010, 07:53: PM

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