Superior Sagittal Sinus

Superior Sagittal Sinus The structure indicated is the superior sagittal sinus. The brain is drained by a series of veins and venous channels which drain into large dural venous sinuses, which in turn ultimately drain to the internal jugular veins. The dural venous sinuses are lined by endothelium and located between the layers of the dura mater in the brain. The venous sinuses are different to other blood vessels as they do not have the same set of layers which form their walls, and do not contain valves, like veins. The venous sinuses receive blood from veins which drain the …

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