Basilar venous plexus

The basilar venous plexus lies between the endosteal and visceral layers of the dura on the inner surface of the clivus and connects numerous regional venous structures:

The plexus can be prominent and can appear to erode the posterior surface of the clivus mimicking a clival mass 2

Anatomy: Brain

Anatomy: Brain

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rID: 5279
Section: Anatomy
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Cases and figures

  • Figure 1: diagram - dural venous sinuses
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