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Choroid Plexus Cells

Choroid plexus cells are involved with ependymal cells in the production of cerebrospinal fluid, or CSF. They are found in the ventricles and are part of the blood brain barrier.

Like ependymal clumps they are infrequently seen in CSF cytospins. They tend to be observed in clusters, but it is evident that they are individual cells rather than a single multinucleated mass like ependymal clumps.