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Atrium of Lateral Ventricle
Nervous System

Atrium of Lateral Ventricle

Atrium ventriculi lateralis

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The atrium is located at the junction of the body, the posterior horns and the inferior horns of the lateral ventricles. There is a substantial amount of choroid plexus located in the atrium, referred to as the glomus.

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