Answers to Twitter users' interesting questions about brain surgery (Persian subtitles)
The history of medicine, especially the field of brain surgery, has been and still is one of those areas where strange things have always happened for its progress. From piercing the skull to remove evil spirits from a person to placing a part of the skull inside the patient's stomach for future use! But after going through all these ups and downs, the progress of brain imaging, like a savior angel, sheltered the patients and of course the surgeons. Originally a record company, it profited greatly from the massive success of The Beatles (the world's most popular music group). In this regard, this company decided to invest in one of the most risky and expensive projects of its electronics department, i.e. 3D imaging with X-rays, and since then neurosurgery has entered new and highly advanced fields. p>
This jelly-like mass of one and a half kilograms, which fits in the palm of the hands, can be oblivious to the greatness of interstellar space. This mass can think about infinity and can think about itself thinking about infinity. Isn't it strange?
Regarding these attractions, in this video, neurosurgeon Dr. Brian Kopell answers the hot questions of the Internet (or the people of Twitter) about brain surgery. Which is more difficult, building rockets or brain surgery? Should the patient be awake and alert during brain surgery? Which part of the brain is responsible for repeating a song as an earworm? Brian answers all these questions and of course more and weirder ones!
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