publication . Article . 2010

Effect of osmolarity on CSF volume during ventriculo-aqueductal and ventriculo-cisternal perfusions in cats.

Maraković, Jurica; Orešković, Darko; Radoš, Milan; Vukić, Miroslav; Jurjević, Ivana; Chudy, Darko; Klarica, Marijan;
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  • Published: 30 Jul 2010 Journal: Neuroscience Letters, volume 484, pages 93-97 (issn: 0304-3940, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Elsevier BV
  • Country: Croatia
Abstract
The effect of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) osmolarity on the CSF volume has been studied on different CSF/brain tissue contact areas. It has been shown, on anesthetized cats under normal CSF pressure, that the perfusion of CSF system (12.96 μl/min) by hyperosmolar CSF (400 mOsml/l) leads to significantly higher outflow volume (μl/min) during ventriculo-cisternal perfusion (29.36 ± 1.17 and 33.50 ± 2.78) than the ventriculo-aqueductal perfusion (19.58 ± 1.57 and 22.10 ± 2.31) in experimental period of 30 or 60 min. Both of these hyperosmolar perfusions resulted in significantly higher outflow volume than the perfusions by isoosmolar artificial CSF (12.86 ± 0.96 and ...
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free text keywords: /, General Neuroscience, CATS, Anatomy, Extracellular fluid, Cerebrospinal fluid, Fissipedia, biology.organism_classification, biology, Brain tissue, Perfusion, Osmotic concentration, Internal medicine, medicine.medical_specialty, medicine, Endocrinology, Carnivora
Funded by
MZOS| Hydrodynamics of the cerebrospinal fluid
Project
  • Funder: Ministry of Science, Education and Sports of the Republic of Croatia (MSES) (MZOS)
  • Project Code: 098-1080231-2328
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publication . Article . 2010

Effect of osmolarity on CSF volume during ventriculo-aqueductal and ventriculo-cisternal perfusions in cats.

Maraković, Jurica; Orešković, Darko; Radoš, Milan; Vukić, Miroslav; Jurjević, Ivana; Chudy, Darko; Klarica, Marijan;