Cerebral Blood Flow Changes In The Primary Motor And Premotor Cortices During Hyperventilation

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About Brain Injury: A Guide to Brain Anatomy

The posterior (back) of the frontal lobe consists of the premotor and motor areas. Nerve cells that produce movement are located in the motor areas. The premotor areas serve to modify movements. The frontal lobe is divided from the parietal lobe by the central culcus. Occipital Lobe: Region in the back of the brain which processes visual