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cer·e·bral

 (sĕr′ə-brəl, sə-rē′-)
adj.
1. Of or relating to the brain or cerebrum.
2. Appealing to or requiring the use of the intellect; intellectual rather than emotional: "His approach is cerebral, analytical, cautious" (Helen Dewar).

cer·e′bral·ly adv.
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cerebral

(ˈsɛrɪbrəl; US səˈriːbrəl)
adj
1. (Anatomy) of or relating to the cerebrum or to the entire brain
2. involving intelligence rather than emotions or instinct
3. (Phonetics & Phonology) phonetics another word for cacuminal
n
(Phonetics & Phonology) phonetics a consonant articulated in the manner of a cacuminal consonant
ˈcerebrally adv
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ce•re•bral

(səˈri brəl, ˈsɛr ə-)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to the cerebrum or the brain.
2. characterized by the use of the intellect rather than intuition or instinct.
n.
4. a retroflex speech sound.
[1795–1805; < New Latin]
ce•re′bral•ly, adv.
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cer·e·bral

(sĕr′ə-brəl, sə-rē′brəl)
Relating to the brain or cerebrum.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.cerebral - involving intelligence rather than emotions or instinct; "a cerebral approach to the problem"; "cerebral drama"
emotional - determined or actuated by emotion rather than reason; "it was an emotional judgment"
2.cerebral - of or relating to the cerebrum or brain; "cerebral hemisphere"; "cerebral activity"
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cerebral

adjective
1. Relating to or performed by the mind:
2. Appealing to or engaging the intellect:
Informal: highbrow.
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Translations
مُخّي، دِماغي
mozkový
hjerne-
agyi
heila-
cerebrinissmegenų
smadzeņu-
beyne ait

cerebral

[ˈserɪbrəl] (US) [səˈriːbrəl]
A. ADJ
1. (Med) → cerebral
2. (= intellectual) → cerebral, intelectual
B. CPD cerebral palsy Nparálisis f cerebral
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cerebral

[ˈsɛrɪbrəl səˈriːbrəl] adj
[artery, haemorrhage] → cérébral(e)
(= intellectual) → cérébral(e)cerebral cortex ncortex m (cérébral)cerebral palsy [ˌsɛrɪbrəlˈpɔːlzɪ] nparalysie f cérébrale
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cerebral

adj (Physiol) → zerebral; (= intellectual)geistig; persondurchgeistigt, vergeistigt; cerebral palsyzerebrale Lähmung
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cerebral

[ˈsɛrɪbrəl] adj (frm) → cerebrale
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cerebral

(ˈserəbrəl) , ((American) səˈri:brəl) adjective
of the brain.
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ce·re·bral

a. cerebral, rel. al cerebro;
___ edemaedema ___;
___ embolism and thrombosisembolia y trombosis ___;
___ hemorrhagehemorragia ___;
___ meningitismeningitis ___;
___ palsyparálisis ___;
___ tumortumor ___.
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cerebral

adj cerebral; — palsy parálisis f cerebral
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The Ministry of Health said he received closed craniocerebral injury, brain concussion, a severe cerebral contusion.
From CT scan findings 3 (5%) patients have SDH (RT) + Fracture Skull RT, 3(5%) had Traumatic SAH + cerebral contusion, 3 (5%) had SDH i.e.
Diagnoses included aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (45, 33.1%), intracerebral hemorrhage (35, 25.7%), non-aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (26, 19.1%), traumatic brain injury (12, 8.8%), tumor resection (5, 3.7%), ischemic stroke (4,2.9%), subdural hematoma (2, 1.5%), and cerebral contusion (1, 0.7%).
CT scans also revealed a cerebral contusion in all cases and hematoma in two.
It could be associated with the head trauma she had 5 years ago, as suspected by the area of encephalomalacia, probably related to a cerebral contusion. However, we have no records of a clinical evaluation or any neuroradiological exam of this event or of previous brain and orbit imaging exams.
Finally, we would like to mention that there is also a case report of delayed ICH that developed in a 7-year-old boy 7 years after VPS surgery due to congenital hydrocephalus, and the authors attributed it to cerebral contusion caused by the ventricular catheter [15].
Large decompressive craniectomy in management of severe cerebral contusion. A review of 207 cases.
The most common CT scan finding in our study was cerebral contusion 11.7%, followed by sub-dural haematomas 4.5%, isolated vault fractures 4.2% and extra-dural haematomas 3.7%.
In this study, we aimed to investigate in calvarial defects in rats of different depending on the severity of cerebral contusion injury occurring in the temporal region.
(2) Cerebral contusion is a common type of TBI that can result from a variety of traumatic etiologies and can result in a wide range of disabilities, depending on location and severity.