Drainage of cerebral interstitial fluid into deep cervical lymph of the rabbit.

@article{Bradbury1981DrainageOC,
  title={Drainage of cerebral interstitial fluid into deep cervical lymph of the rabbit.},
  author={Michael W. B. Bradbury and Helen F. Cserr and R J Westrop},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1981},
  volume={240 4},
  pages={F329-36}
}
Lymph from the jugular lymph trunks of anesthetized rabbits has been continuously collected and radioiodinated albumin (RISA) therein estimated after microinjection of 1 microliter of 131I-albumin into the caudate nucleus, after single intraventricular injections, and during intraventricular infusions. Comparison of lymph at 7 and 25 h after intracerebral microinjection with efflux of radioactivity from whole brain suggests that about 50% of cleared radioactivity goes through lymph… CONTINUE READING

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