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Learning about Head Anatomy

Dr. Ligio Tavarez, Pediatric Emergency Physician with Baptist Children’s Hospital, explains the scalp has underneath a fibrous layer or muscular layer. "Going further in, there is bone, which is the skull, and then there are three membranes that wrap the brain." He also says most brain growth occurs in the first two years of life, and by age 60 it is already shrinking.

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