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Bilinguismo by Mind Map: Bilinguismo

1. Laceration: skin rupture, this can be of varying severity, minor lacerations involve little pain and bleeding without numbness or tingling in the area

2. hematoma epidural: Accumulation of blood inside the skull, most often caused by a broken blood vessel in the brain or by trauma.

3. Edema cerebral: Accumulation of fluid in the intercellular tissue of the brain is manifested by an inflammation of the cerebral hemispheres, by a crushing of the circumvolutions and cavities

4. Meningitis viral/ aseptica: inflammation of the thin tissue surrounding the brain and spinal cord occurs when a virus enters your body through the nose or mouth and moves to the brain

5. Meningitis bacteriana: Acute bacterial meningitis is caused by a bacterium, a rapidly appearing inflammation of the layers of tissue covering the brain and spinal cord

6. Encefalitis: inflammation of the brain and flu-like symptoms occur

7. Encefalomielitis: brief but intense attack of inflammation in the brain and spinal cord that injures myelin, the protective covering of nerve fibers

8. Cefalea en racimos: type of headache known as the most horribly with some symptoms like tearing, palpebral oedema or rhinorrhea

9. hematoma subdural: accumulation of blood between the covering of the brain (dura mater) and the surface of the brain compressing the brain tissue. This often causes head trauma

10. ataxia: lack of muscle control or coordination of voluntary movements, such as walking or lifting. can affect various movements and cause difficulty in speaking, moving your eyes, and swallowing.