Interstitial edema hydrocephalic edema

Interstitial edema is most commonly associated with obstructive hydrocephalus and predominantly accumulates at the acute angles of the ventricular system ( Fig, 2).

Continued production of cerebrospinal fluid results in ventricular dilatation, and raised cerebrospinal fluid pressure forces a protein-poor transudate into the adjacent extracellular spaces while the blood-brain barrier remains intact.

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