Convection-enhanced delivery is a technique to infuse therapeutic agents into the brain under positive pressure for the treatment of disorders of the central nervous system. Recent clinical trials [1] have shown limited efficacy of this procedure, attributed to poor distribution of the infused agent that may be due to backflow, in which the infused fluid preferentially flows along the outside of the catheter toward the surface of the brain.

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