Cerebral Dysfunction?

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Cerebral dysfunction in children and adults can happen due to a genetic problem, or due to an injury or illness. The dysfunction occurs when the two spheres of the brain do not work together the way they are supposed to. There are certain things that are attributed to each side of the brain, but for the most part, the sides of the brain do have to work together to coordinate and make something happen. When there is dysfunction between the sides, then problems may occur.
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