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The glymphatic system (or glymphatic clearance pathway) is a functional waste clearance pathway for the mammalian central nervous system (CNS). Although the lymphatic system is responsible for removing extracellular proteins excess fluid and metabolic waste products from peripheral tissues curiously the brain and spinal cord lack a lymphatic vasculature.


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