Spinal cord

Learn about the spinal cord and its vital role in the body. Discover how spinal cord injuries can affect mobility and find resources for support and rehabilitation.
The Central Nervous System (CNS) consists of the brain and spinal cord. It is the primary control center for the body, responsible for processing sensory information, regulating motor functions, and coordinating all cognitive and neural activities. The CNS interprets sensory inputs and directs appropriate responses, playing a crucial role in functions like thought, emotion, and homeostasis. Human Mind, Cns, Nervous, Central, Spinal, Neuroscience, Neurons, Motor Neuron, Occipital

The Central Nervous System (CNS) consists of the brain and spinal cord. It is the primary control center for the body, responsible for processing sensory information, regulating motor functions, and coordinating all cognitive and neural activities. The CNS interprets sensory inputs and directs appropriate responses, playing a crucial role in functions like thought, emotion, and homeostasis.

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Simply Psychology

The spinal cord is part of the central nervous system and consists of a tightly packed column of nerve tissue that extends downwards from the brainstem through the central column of the spine.

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Tina Travis
I am supposed to learn more about the spinal column.  I hope the doctor doesn't give me a test.

I am supposed to learn more about the spinal column. I hope the doctor doesn't give me a test.

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Scott Stevenson