Structure and Function of Human Brain

The brain is the most complicated organ in the human body

As part of the nervous system, the brain coordinates all of the body's functions.

In adult humans, the brain is a three-pound gelatinous mass of fat and protein.

It consists of four main regions: the cerebrum, cerebellum, brainstem, and diencephalon, and each controls specific functions.

The largest part is the cerebrum, and it makes up more than 3/4 of the brain's volume.

It consists of neurons and nerve fibers that transmit information from neurons to the brain and body.