Neurologists treat disorders of the brain, spinal cord, muscles and peripheral nervous system. Severe headaches, seizures, movement disorders and neurodegenerative disorders are a few of the conditions treated by neurolo... More »

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Becoming a neurologist requires a high school diploma, studying at a four-year university, an additional four years of study at a medical college and three years of residency training in the neurological field, according... More »

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A pediatric neurologist is a doctor who diagnoses and treats problems with the central and peripheral nervous system in children. These doctors are trained to work with a variety of disorders, including epilepsy, physica... More »

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The body parts are grouped into several systems, including the nervous system of the brain, spinal cord and nerves that control the body, its muscles and glands; and the skeletal system of the bones and joints that suppo... More »

Nervous tissue is found in peripheral nerves throughout the body and in the organs of the central nervous system, the brain and spinal cord. Nerve tissue is composed of neurons, which are specialized cells able to react ... More »

Glycogen is stored mainly in the liver, but the skeletal muscles and glial cells in the brain also contain a small amount of glycogen. The amount of glycogen stored in the liver is about 10 percent of its mass. More »

The left side of your brain controls the muscles on the right side of your body, and it is responsible for language along with logical and mathematical thinking. Meanwhile, the right brain controls the muscles on the lef... More »