Jan 12, 2013

CEREBRART - HUNTINGTON’S DISEASE

Huntington’s disease or Huntington’s chorea, from the Greek word for “dance” is the most common genetic cause of chaotic involuntary movements.  Neuropathologically, Huntington’s disease is characterized by atrophy of the heads of the caudate nuclei and enlargement of the frontal horns of the lateral ventricles. This CEREBRART work is presented without providing any further detailed explanation of the damaged cellular, tissue and organ structures shown here, and thus becomes a means for the spectator’s imaginations and neurobiology knowledge applications.

9 comments:

  1. having read this blog through a couple of times that's the conclusion - this cerebrart is definitely worth a look.

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  2. por un minuto de vida breve única de ojos abiertos por un minuto de ver en el cerebro flores pequeñas danzando como palabras en la boca de un mudo

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  3. Здравей Лев, Емилиян съм и се надявам да си добре. Когато имаш възможност, можеш да ми се обадиш от рецепцията на хотела. 697245313. Благодаря

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  4. cool huntington's brain disease picture

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  5. Enlargement of the frontal horns of the lateral ventricles is not specific for Huntington’s disease because lateral ventricles are also enlarged in a number of diseases e.g. Alzheimer's disease, schizophrenia etc. Go ahead and write your artistic blog anyway!

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  6. Well not specific for Huntington’s disease but extra prominent in Huntington’s disease through the reduction of the caudate nuclei

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  7. Would you mind guys telling us what you are speaking about here now - Huntington’s disease or cerebrart as an emerging distinct art which is quite complicated for those common people?

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  8. Most common people are more interested in brain's diseases and brain enhancing tips. Most people involved in the scientific investigation of the brain are more interested in the recent brain research data. People are more interested in the artistic life and how people deal with art and how they do it than the cerebrart that is based upon brain research. And most of us, let's face it, aren't that interested in this specific blend of art and science.

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  9. Good science and good art are the same!

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