Skeletal system - cerebro-spinal fluid, Biology

Cerebro-spinal Fluid -

Formed mainly by choroid plexus and ependyma of ventricles.

It comes out of medulla oblongeta by foramen of magandie and lushka.

Slightly alkaline. Specific gravity 1.005.

Movement of C.S.F. in brain is Ant. post.

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