Movement from the two lateral ventricles through the

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movement from the two lateral ventricles through the interventricular foramen to the (7). From here, the CSFflows through the (8) into the fourth ventricle. The CSF leaves the fourth ventricle through three openings: themedian aperture and two lateral apertures. CSF is now located in the (9) space around the brain, and circulatesall around the cerebrum and cerebellum. CSF continues to flow into the inner part of the spinal cord by flowingthrough the tiny (10) of the spinal cord, as well as around the exterior of the spinal cord in the (11) space.Because CSF is continually being made at the rate of about 20 mL/hr, it has to exit back into the bloodstream bybeing reabsorbed through the (12) that protrude into the dural venous sinuses. The venous sinus that overlies thebrain superiorly is called the (13).1. choroid plexus2. lateral ventricles3.third ventricles4.fourth ventricles5.Ependymal Cells6. septum pellucidum7.third ventricle8. cerebral aqueduct9. subarachnoid10.central canal11. subarachnoid12. arachnoid villi13.superior sagittal sinus
BIOS252Week 5 Lab Instructions (B)Page 3 of 23Using Your KnowledgeA. MRI Scan of the Human BrainIdentify the structures in Figure20.16, midsagittal vi1.Corpus Callosum2.Hypothalamus3.Midbrain4.

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Physiology, Anatomy, Neuroanatomy, RNA, Cerebrospinal fluid, Lateral ventricles

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