The following images are all of the venous and lymphatic drainage of the brain, from the back of the head.
This is an MRI picture from the Kipnis Lab at the University of Virginia, of the newly discovered lymphatic vessels, shown with red dye. These were also found in human cadaver tissue. These newly discovered vessels directly follow the path of the brain's draining veins, shown with green dye.
The image below shows the location of the cervical lymph nodes. All of the lymph collected in the newly discovered vessels flows alongside the veins and back to the cervical lymph nodes. Notice that they are situated alongside the jugular vein.
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