Subject: Why do people 'see stars', in general?
Date: Sat Aug 22 17:32:18 1998
Posted by Jonathan Middleton
Grade level: grad (science)
City: Phoenix State/Province: AZ
Area of science: Neuroscience
I am particularly interested in what is
happening (specifically) in (I assume) one's
brain when this occurs.
Also, during the time when one is "seeing stars"
are (I further assume) other areas of the brain
or local nerve tissue in an abnormal state?
Re: Why do people 'see stars', in general?
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