What nerve might be injured that would make it difficult for the patient to hear?

Read the following case study and answer all the questions. Your answers should be typed and in complete sentences. You need to support all of your answers. In other words, explain why you think that is the correct answer using the specific information you learned in this unit.Your elderly neighbor is in a car accident and bangs the left posterior/lateral part of his head on the window. He is transported to the hospital where they find that he is having a difficult time hearing the physicians and providing basic answers to their questions. He is, however, able to give them his name and your contact information. The hospital contacts you. By the time you arrive, he is in surgery where the neurosurgeon is relieving the pressure that has built up on the brain from the injury. When he wakes up, he is still having difficulty communicating, but when he does speak you can understand him. When he attempts to speak, there are long pauses as he searches for the correct words. As the weeks progress, his speech improves, but you notice that he cannot remember what day it is but he does recall with fondness the starting line up of the 1969 Chicago Cubs. (25 points)What nerve might be injured that would make it difficult for the patient to hear? Support your answerWhich brain waves would predominate while the patient is having surgery? Support your answerWhat functional system of the brain would be dampened during the surgery by the anesthetic? Support your answerWhat part of the brain may be damaged creating the speech issues? (Be specific) Support your answerWhat stage of memory seems to be impaired? Support your answerWhat type of memory is still strong? Support your answerWhy can he remember the starting line up of the 1969 Chicago Cubs? Support your answer