What are hollow chambers within the brain that produce and circulate the cerebral spinal fluid?
The cerebrospinal fluid is a clear bodily fluid found in the central nervous system. The functions of the cerebrospinal fluid are to protect the CNS structures, provide nutrients to, and remove waste products from the neural tissues.
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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.