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Meningeal Spaces of the Brain

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The meninge layers of the brain are a supportive and protective network for the soft tissue of the brain. As the layers are formed together, spaces are formed between the layers containing cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), which acts as a cushioning.

What structure contains a spider web-like network of cells and fibers through which CSF flow through?

A

Dura mater.

B

Choroid plexus.

C

Subarachnoid space.

D

Arachnoid.

E

Pia mater.