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The trauma of being hit by the soccer ball, along with the AVM, triggered internal bleeding in her brain stem.
Another possibility is that the brain stem, which helps regulates blood gases, is responsible for the mood regulation.
Near the end of last school year, seventh grader Paige Davis, an A-team volleyball player at Keller Middle, was diagnosed with Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG), a rare form of inoperable cancer that affects the brain stem.
When Ben was 18 months old he was diagnosed with a brain tumor on his brain stem that turned out to be cancerous.
Piazza died of irreversible spleen and brain stem damage, according to the district attorney.
In less common cases in which malignant cells are found in the tumor or when the tumor is next to delicate structures like the brain stem, doctors may also opt for radiation, Gupta added.
Emma has also has them on her optic nerves and brain stem.
All the injured wore helmets and all the helmets had one thing in common: None protected the back of the neck, the cervical spine or the brain stem.
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