What is the chemical composition of cerebrospinal fluid?


The chemical composition of cerebrospinal fluid is fairly simple. It has sodium, potassium, and chloride in it. It also contains magnesium, iron, sugar, albumin, phosphorous, lactate, urea, CO2, and both red and white blood cells.
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