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Fig. 1 | Fluids and Barriers of the CNS

Fig. 1

From: Dispersion in porous media in oscillatory flow between flat plates: applications to intrathecal, periarterial and paraarterial solute transport in the central nervous system

Fig. 1

Hypothetical perivascular and paravascular flow pathways in an artery. Paravascular flow is hypothesized to move inward to the brain tissue between astrocyte end feet and pia mater. Perivascular flow is hypothesized to move outward from the brain tissue in basement membranes between smooth muscle cells. (From [33])

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