The Posterior inferior aspect of the cerebellum and brain stem

Choroidal branches of posterior inferior cerebellar artery and choroid plexus of fourth ventricle

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The Posterior inferior aspect of the cerebellum and brain stem
Choroidal branches of posterior inferior cerebellar artery and choroid plexus of fourth ventricle
The posterior part of the cerebellum has been removed to reveal the tela chorioidea, choroid plexus and choroidal arteries of the roof of the fourth ventricle. The lateral recess (10) of the ventricle can be seen through an opening in its roof.
1 . Fourth ventricle
2 . Tela chorioidea fourth ventricle
3 . Choroid plexus fourth ventricle
4 . Choroidal branches of posterior inferior cerebellar artery
5 . Posterior inferior cerebellar artery (cut across)
6 . Medulla oblongata (mid-sagittal section)
7 . Central canal spinal cord
8 . Clava
9 . Medullary substance of cerebellum
10 . Lateral recess of rhomboid fossa
11 . Taeniae chorioideae
12 . Secondary flocculus
13 . Restiform body (inferior cerebellar peduncle)
14 . Tributary of petrosal vein (for continuation of this vein see reel 28-6
15 . Vagus nerve (X)
16 . Accessory nerve (XI) (spinal root)