Once in the subarachnoid space, cerebrospinal fluid baths the brain tissues and exit through .... into the sagittal sinus.
The cerebrospinal fluid is the fluid that bathes the brain and is found in the spinal cord. It functions to keep the brain buoyant and 'floating', clears waste, protects the brain and maintains homeostasis - or a 'normal' status.
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Once in the subarachnoid space, cerebrospinal fluid baths the brain tissues and exit through arachnoid granulations into the sagittal sinus.
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fromChapter 11 / Lesson 7
In this lesson, you'll learn that you have holes in your brain and that it's actually a good thing! You'll also find out how your brain uses a water cushion for protection and where this water cushion is made.