Brain injuries can be complex because different parts of the brain control different functions.  Learning which part of the brain controls which function can be quite confusing.  The Center of Excellence for Medical Multimedia, a program from the Office of the Air Force Surgeon General, has a great interactive brain map.  Click on the dots on the brain or the menu on the right to learn the names of the parts of the brain and their functions.

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