Gr. 'membranous network' of capillaries invested with choroidal epithelium, within the ventricles of the brain ( Ch. 2).
vascular complex in 3rd and 4th ventricle that forms cerebrospinal fluid (CSF).
The vascular complex in the roof of the third and fourth ventricles of the brain, responsible for the production of cerebrospinal fluid.
(Gr. Chorion, a skin; like the chorion because of its vascularity): A vascularized epithelium projecting into the ventricles of the brain that produces the cerebrospinal fluid.
Capillary network supplying the outer layers of the retina.
A network of blood vessels coming from the innermost part of the brain. This area is responsible for producing the brain and spinal fluid.
Mass of specialized capillaries that lines the ventricles in the brain; these capillaries secrete cerebral spinal fluid.
Vascular structures in the ventricular system that producecerebrospinal fluid.
a vascular plexus of the cerebral ventricles that regulate intraventricular pressure
A site of production of cerebrospinal fluid in the adult brain. It is formed by the invagination of ependymal cells into the ventricles, which become richly vascularized (3).
A layer of epithelium that projects into the ventricles of the brain; produces the cerebrospinal fluid.
(KO-royd PLEHK-suhs) A mass of specialized capillaries in the ventricles of the brain, from which cerebrospinal fluid is produced.
Folded processes that project into the ventricles and secrete CSF.
A vascular structure in the ventricles of the brain which produces cerebrospinal fluid.
A network of capillaries located in the walls of the four brain ventricles. These plexuses are the production sites of the cerebrospinal fluid, a colorless liquid that protects the brain and the spinal cord against chemical and physical injuries.
A highly vascularized fold of the pia matter in the third, fourth, and lateral ventricles that secretes the cerebrospinal fluid.
A highly vascular secretory tissue, found within the ventricular system of the brain, responsible for secreting CSF (cerebrospinal fluid). image
The choroid plexus is a rich network of blood vessels located in the brain, and is responsible for the production of cerebrospinal fluid, the fluid which surrounds and cushions the brain and spinal cord.
Vascular structures in the ventricular system that produce cerebrospinal fluid.
This is what produces spinal fluid, which flows through the ventricles and meninges surrounding the brain and spinal cord.
Two sponge-like tissues in the lateral ventricles that produce the spinal fluid.
Specialized tissue within the ventricles of the brain that produces CSF.
Specialized cells located in the ventricles of the brain that produce cerebrospinal fluid.
The choroid plexus, a highly vascular membrane and part of the roof of the brain, consists of both anterior and posterior portions and functions as secretor of cerebrospinal fluid.
vascular structures within the ventricular system that produce cerebrospinal fluid.
The choroid plexus is the area on the ventricles of the brain where cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) is produced by modified ependymal cells.