The Nervous System. By: Pablo Orihuela Biology 9H, V. What does the Nervous System L ook like ?. The Nervous System is Brain, the Spinal Cord, a nd the Nerves that stretch out from the brain to t he Spinal Cord. What is involved in the Nervous System ?.
By: Pablo Orihuela
Biology 9H, V
The Nervous System is Brain, the Spinal Cord,
and the Nerves that stretch out from the brain to
the Spinal Cord.
Two Main Parts make the Nervous System function. The Central Nervous System and
Peripheral Nervous System.
The Central Nervous System is made of the Brain and the Spinal Cord.
The Peripheral Nervous System of all the nerves from the brain to the spinal cord. It
Also has Spinal Nerves and Cranial Nerves.
The Nervous System has three essential steps for its production.
Stimuli, changes throughout the body , are monitored by many sensory receptors
throughout the body. Info gathered from this is called Sensory Input
In the Integration stage, Sensory Input is processed and the nerves think of an action
To fit the current situation.
In the Motor Output stage, The muscles and glands react to the current situation.
Inflammation of the Brain, usually due to infection.
It is very likely that you get Encephalitis through a Viral Infection (Skin contact, Mosquito Bite,
Contaminated Food/Drink etc).
Encephalitis can become a symptom of other viruses such as Chickenpox, Rabies, and the
West Nile Virus.
Symptoms of Encephalitis include Loss of Appetite, Clumsiness, High Irratability, Occaisional Stiff Neck, and Vomiting.
If not treated in time, it may reasult in loss of your senses, muscle control, and
Encephalitis can be treated by a number of ways
Some examples of the treatment are Antibiotics, Atiseizure medications, Steroids,
It is also recommended that the patient get good nutrition to help their immune
system fight the infection