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The challenge of the skull
Hypotension and cerebral perfusion
Elevated cerebral pressure
Normal cerebral autoregulation
Hypertension and autoregulation
Cerebral blood supply
Cerebral vessels in situ
Third nerve sandwich
Blood supply to the medulla
Blood supply to the pons
Blood supply to the midbrain
Blood supply to cerebral convexity
Blood supply to cerebral ventrum
Blood supply to cerebral midline
Blood-brain and blood-cerebrospinal barriers
fMo: foramen of Monro (n=2) fL: foramen of Luschka (n=2) fMa: foramen of Magendie (n=1) Cerebrospinal fluid flow within the ventricular spaces
Cerebrospinal fluid flow within the subarachnoid space
Cerebral veins and sinuses
Bridging veins A B
Spinal meninges A B
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