The Normal and Pathological Physiology of Brain Water

  • K. G. Go
Part of the Advances and Technical Standards in Neurosurgery book series (NEUROSURGERY, volume 23)


The physicochemical properties of water enable it to act as a solvent for electrolytes, and to influence the molecular configuration and hence the function— enzymatic in particular—of Polypeptide chains in biological systems. The association of water with electrolytes determines the osmotic regulation of cell volume and allows the establishment of the transmembrane ion concentration gradients that underlie nerve excitation and impulse conduction.


Apparent Diffusion Coefficient Choroid Plexus Arachnoid Cyst Brain Water Content Pathological Physiology 
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  • K. G. Go
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  1. 1.Department of NeurosurgeryUniversity of GroningenGroningen(The Netherlands)

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