Choroid glomus

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Choroid glomus
Latin glomus choroideum
TA A14.1.09.283
FMA 74893
Anatomical terminology

Choroid glomus are enlargements of the choroid plexus located in the atria of the lateral ventricles. They are commonly calcified in adults and can easily be seen as a bright tufts on CT imaging. Their main purpose is for the secretion of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF).[1]


  1. ^ Fix, James. Neuroanatomy. p. 28. ISBN 0781779464.