The central nervous system (CNS) is the main part of the human nervous system, so it needs to be given special attention, as the injuries of the central nervous system can lead to unpredictable consequences.
The CNS of the person is divided into higher, middle and lower divisions, therefore any trauma of the central nervous system can disable the entire organism. The higher department of the central nervous system is subcortical education and the cerebral cortex. This department regulates the relationship of the whole organism as a whole. In case of central nervous system injury, this regulation can easily be disturbed.
The middle and lower departments of the central nervous system are the oblong/intermediate/spinal cord and cerebellum. These departments regulate the system of highly developed organisms and the activities of individual organs, through interaction and ensuring the integrity of the human body.
Of greatest importance among traumatic injuries of the central nervous system, of course, are traumatic brain, which sometimes differ quite severe and adverse consequences. Brain injuries are divided into closed and open.
Injuries to the brain that can damage the central nervous system
Closed brain injuries can easily provoke the most severe trauma of the human central nervous system. Closed brain injuries are divided into: