Neuroimaging: Brainstem fluid in patients with stroke
The brainstem is an organ of the brain that regulates movement of the various muscles of the body.
It also contains fluid that contains brain cells, which are the neural cells that control movement of muscles.
A stroke affects the spinal cord, which controls breathing and blood flow in the body, as well as affects the brain.
Strokes are most common in people aged 55 to 65 years, although older people can be affected as well.
This is because the brainstem can be damaged in strokes.
The most common cause of stroke in the United States is a blood clot in the brain, which can cause damage to nerves that control blood flow and movement.
The clot is caused by a clot in a blood vessel called a perivascular vessel (PV).
The most commonly damaged brainstem vessels are the corpus callosum, the thalamus and the cerebellum.
These vessels are called periventricular and are responsible for maintaining the proper balance of blood pressure and oxygenation.
In some cases, the blood vessels may become blocked by other tissue, such as the brain itself, causing a condition called cerebral edema.
Cerebellar edema can be caused by an underlying condition such as cerebral palsy or Alzheimer’s disease, but is often associated with other problems.
In stroke patients, the cerebrum can be replaced with a larger vessel called the corpus spongiosum, which allows the blood to flow normally.
This may be a problem if a stroke is treated by a device called a rod-shaped neuroprosthesis, which is similar to a head-mounted device used in artificial limbs.
The rods are attached to a flexible silicone rod that is placed in the middle of the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) within the brain’s brainstem.
The rod is connected to a motor control device that is attached to the vessel.
This allows the rods to be manipulated to move and relax the vessel, and in some cases it can be used to replace damaged structures in the cerebral vessels.
The stroke patient may also need a rod, a ventilator, a heart pump or other devices that allow blood flow to flow to the brain and cause the stroke to stop.
A common problem in stroke patients is that the stroke patients have no control over how their brain vessels work.
They do not know how to control the movement of their brain stem vessels.
Many strokes are due to a combination of other medical problems, such, strokes from diabetes and cerebrovascular disease.
These conditions can also cause the damage to the vascular system.
These problems can also affect the flow of blood in the stroke patient’s brain.
In these cases, it can make it hard to breathe.
Many stroke patients also experience symptoms of dementia such as memory loss and cognitive decline, which usually begin after a stroke.
These symptoms include problems with memory, concentration and motor skills.