May 21 2011

Q&A: how could airborne virus entered the cranium?

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Question by red butterfly: how could airborne virus entered the cranium?

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Answer by RedbullRacingFan
Through your nostrils and nasal passages.

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3 Responses to “Q&A: how could airborne virus entered the cranium?”

  1. Stephanieon 21 May 2011 at 7:01 pm

    the blood brain barrier is the ONLY way a virus can enter the cranium!

  2. cleverclogson 21 May 2011 at 7:23 pm

    NO, your brain is safely tucked up in its own little place ie.. your head, no air gets to it, just blood, but saying that, you could get a virus there by way of a virus in the blood stream.

  3. Kayeon 21 May 2011 at 8:23 pm

    1) You either breath in the airborne virus or it comes in contact with your eye surfaces
    2) It then enters the body through the soft tissue linings of the nose & mouth (or through the eye surfaces) and then enters the blood stream.
    3) From there the blood takes it to the brain….and every where else in the body.
    .
    This is the typical way people contract:
    Bacterial Meningitis
    Chickenpox
    Common cold
    Influenza
    Mumps
    Strep throat
    Tuberculosis
    Measles
    Rubella
    Whooping cough

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