The second International CSF Hydrodynamics Symposium was able to provide a forum in which scientists and clinicians from around the world were able to discuss the hydrodynamics involved in cerebrospinal fluid flow, as well as current, pertinent research.
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"Fine Structure of CSF and Interstitial Fluid Spaces and Their Drainage Pathways from the Human Central Nervous System" Dr. Roy Weller, UK
"Spinal Cord Nerve Roots and Denticulate Ligaments Alter CSF Dynamics in the Upper Cervical Spine" Dr. Bryn Martin, USA
"Quantitative Assessment of the Differences in Spinal CSF Dynamics in Chiari Malformation" Dr. Frank Loth, USA
"The Spinal Cord and Meninges as a Fluid-Filled Elastic Waveguide in Syringomyelia" Dr. Tony Lucey, UK
"4D MR Flow Imaging: Experiences in Hemodynamics and Potentials in CSF Hydrodynamics" Dr. Oliver Weiben, USA
"Novel MRI-Based Measurements of CSF Flow Dynamics in Pediatric Patients with Chiari Malformation" Dr. John Oshinski, USA
"Mathematical Models of CSF Dynamics: Uses and Challenges" Dr. Harold Rekate, USA
"What Can Animal Models Teach Us About CSF Flow Dynamics?" Dr. Mark Wagshul, USA
"How To Use Experimental Data Effectively in Modeling" Dr. Lynne Bilston, Australia
"Near-Wall Ventricular Cerebrospinal Fluid Dynamics" Dr. Vartan Kurtcuoglu, Switzerland
"Potential Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow Pathways in the Development of Syringomyelia" Dr. Shaokoon Cheng
"A Pilot, Multi-Scale Numerical Framework for Brain Mechanics" Dr. Diane Dezelicourt