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Table 2 Overview of parameters and modifications for models 0–9 used in the study

From: Intracranial pressure elevation alters CSF clearance pathways

Model\(R_{\text {AG}}\) [\(\frac{{\text {mmHg}}}{{\text {mL/min}}}\)]\(R_{\text {crib}}\) [\(\frac{{\text {mmHg}}}{{\text {mL/min}}}\)]\(R_{\text {aPVS}}\) [\(\frac{{\text {mmHg}}}{{\text {mL/min}}}\)]\(R_{\text {cap}}\) [\(\frac{{\text {mmHg}}}{{\text {mL/min}}}\)]\(R_{\text {V}}\) [\(\frac{{\text {mmHg}}}{{\text {mL/min}}}\)]Additional notes
08.6\(\infty\)\(\infty\)\(\infty\)\(\infty\)
110.8167.01.14125.311.69
210.8167.01.14125.311.69Pial sleeves outflow
310.8167.01.14n/a1.69\(Q_{\text {cap}} = \text {const.}\)
410.8167.0\(\infty\)\(\infty\)\(\infty\)
5\(\infty\)67.01.14125.311.69
621.6267.01.14125.311.69
710.8167.01.14125.312.65 × 10−3\(R_{\text {gaps}} = 1.43 \times 10^{-3}\)
  1. All other parameters, cf. Table 1, were kept constant. Model 7 also included a direct route to cervical lymphatics to distinguish it from the full model (model 1)