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Brain Edema pp 347-356 | Cite as

Kinetics of Cerebrospinal Fluid Exchanges

  • H. Davson
  • M. Bradbury
  • L. Bito

Abstract

In this paper I propose to review very briefly the main factors concerned in the exchanges of materials within the central nervous system; other authors will be dealing with specific aspects in more detail, so that here I shall only draw a simple sketch for the assistance of those whose interests do not lie specifically in this direction.

Keywords

Choroid Plexus Perfusion Fluid Sink Action Reference Fluid Steady Concentration 
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  • H. Davson
  • M. Bradbury
  • L. Bito

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