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2. The c o c h l e a translates sound vibrations into neural impulses. In b o t h components, endolymph is surrounded by perilymph, separated by a membrane. The ionic composition of the two fluids differs significantly. Endolymph, the only extracellular fluid with a high K+ concentration, more closely resembles intracellular fluid. Perilymph, a true ECF, has a higher concentration of Na+ and is continuous with the subarachnoid space via the perilymph duct through the temporal bone. Thus perilymph closely resembles CSF, and in fact is derived from it, with local secretion contributing as well.
The clinical implications of these relationships are considerable. Innervation of the Cerebral Dura Mater The cranial dura receives both sensory and autonomic nerve fibers, mostly from the trigeminal nerve, the upper three cervical nerves, and the cervical sympathetic trunk. Sensory and proprioceptive nerve endings have been identified. sagittal sinus Figure 13: Meninges cranial bone dural membrane straight sinus transverse sinus Intracranial Membranes The meningeal layer of the cerebral dura invaginates into the matter of the brain, forming four septa which divide the cranial cavity, and the brain, into open compartments.
He told of lying down, his head in the V-shape headrest; of imposing compression by gradual tension of buckle and strap. He described the sensations he had experienced as he approached near-unconsciousness. And that although weakened he had succeeded in releasing the leverage strap. "A sensation of warmth followed," he explained. " "Believe it or not, there also was a movement of my sacrum! What are we getting into? " Thus Sutherland serendipitously discovered the reciprocal tension relationship of the cranium and sacrum.
An Introduction to Craniosacral Therapy: Anatomy, Function, and Treatment by Don Cohen, John Upledger