alexa Embryological Development: Bridging the Subaracnoid Space

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Embryological Development: Bridging the Subaracnoid Space

Although it is commonly stated that the brain “floats” in the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), the brain is actually suspended in the CSF-fluid-filled subarachnoid space by trabeculae. Subarachnoid trabaculae are sheets or columns of collagen-reinforced material that stretch between the arachnoid and pia membranes. They can be seen with light microscopes but they are too thin to be seen by ultrasound.

 

Citation: Talbert DG (2014) The Embryological Development of the Form of the Trabeculae Bridging the Subaracnoid Space.

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