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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcerebralcer‧e‧bral /ˈserəbrəl $ səˈriː-, ˈserə-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 HBH[only before noun] medical relating to or affecting your brain 🔊 a cerebral haemorrhage (=bleeding in the brain)2 COMPLICATEDhaving or involving complicated ideas rather than strong emotions 🔊 a cerebral film
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cerebralThe diameter of cerebral blood vessels is regulated by smooth muscles, which, in turn, are controlled by adenosine.He was rushed to hospital with cerebral concussion and a smashed-up face.That kind of cerebral dominance was subsequently confused with that other specialty of left-brain function: running the right hand.Pathologist Mustansir Nurbhai said Mr Thompson died of extensive cerebral haemorrhage due to a fractured skull.a cerebral hemorrhageBut there is also something worrying about a plastic box outwitting humans at this most cerebral of pastimes.Winters' novel is cerebral, yet also scary and funny.cerebral haemorrhageFulton lay on the permafrost, miming a cerebral haemorrhage.Rose At the age of sixty-one, Rose had a massive cerebral haemorrhage.The cause of death was a cerebral haemorrhage.There was no difference between the aspirin and placebo groups in the incidence of cerebral haemorrhage.Leech had conducted a post-mortem examination and found cerebral haemorrhage as the cause of death.Pathologist Mustansir Nurbhai said Mr Thompson died of extensive cerebral haemorrhage due to a fractured skull.The vulture instinct would make him acutely observant for any signs of imminent cerebral haemorrhage in the actor.He died from a cerebral haemorrhage shortly afterwards.