cerebrum cerebrum


  • (n) anterior portion of the brain consisting of two hemispheres; dominant part of the brain in humans


  1. The concern: that some of that arterial plaque might break off and form a clot in the Senator's brain, interrupting the flow of blood to his cerebrum.
  2. However, the cortex, which is the thinking part of the cerebrum, andor the thalamus, which connects the brain stem to the cortex, are so badly damaged that they no longer function.
  3. The divided feline cerebrum offers tantalizing clues to right-brain, left-brain investigations.



  1. "And I'd like to see a million-person march on the (National) Mall," Specter added. "That's an idea that has run through my chemotherapy-occupied cerebrum."
    on Jul 12, 2005 By: Arlen Specter Source: FOXNews

  2. The science academy book, "The Signs of Death," also emphasized the fact that in a speech in 2000, Pope John Paul II agreed that "the complete and irreversible cessation of all brain activity (in the cerebrum, cerebellum and brain stem), if...
    on Apr 20, 2007 By: Pope John Paul II Source: Catholic News Service

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