From Today's Featured Entry: Cerebral Aqueduct
The cerebral aqueduct is a narrow opening in the brain that
cerebrospinal fluid to flow between these two areas. Ventricles
are openings in the brain that provide a pathway for
cerebrospinal fluid. Cerebrospinal fluid is the cushiony fluid that
protects the brain and spine from trauma. The cerebral
aqueduct drains cerebrospinal fluid from...(Full article...)
Featured Blog Entry: The Neuropathology of CTE in the U.S.
These days, it is difficult for someone to turn on the television, open
a newspaper, or surf the internet without coming across a story on
the dangers of concussions, particularly repeat concussions. This
has caused a great deal of concern among many athletes and their
loved ones regarding participation in sports. One of the greatest
concerns that has emerged is the possibility of developing CTE
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