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All things fluidic

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This is a new ONLINE topic - lectures on fluids highlight all sorts of interesting things - whether it is for vascular, lymphatic, serous, CSF, body cavities, or interstitial / fascial considerations - this new course has something for everyone, and you don't need IVM or Biodynamics to appreciate the science of fluid flow!

Is the rule of the artery supreme?

Is the heart a pump or a suction machine.

Is venous flow a more important determinant of posture than proprioception?

Is light touch lymphatic work valid?

What lymph pumps where?

CSF - involuntary mechanism not necessary for a practical approach to its dynamics

Is peritoneal / pleural fluid more important to ANS tone than CSF?

If sliding surfaces are compromised what impact is there in the bones?

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