While intracranial volume is thought to be fixed throughout the lifespan, there is little doubt that the brain shrinks with age and it’s most precipitous after about the age of 50. This as a consequence reflects an increase in cranial CSF with age. Of the myriad factors influencing brain current flow, these changes in CSF volume are expected to play a profound role given its high electrical conductivity.
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