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Superior sagittal sinus

The superior sagittal sinus (also known as the superior longitudinal sinus), within the human head, is an unpaired area along the attached margin of falx cerebri.

It allows blood to drain from the lateral aspects of anterior cerebral hemispheres to the confluence of sinuses.

Cerebrospinal fluid drains through arachnoid granulations into the superior sagittal sinus and is returned to venous circulation.

see Ventriculo sagittal sinus shunt

superior_sagittal_sinus.txt · Last modified: 2016/08/23 12:05 (external edit)