tela choroidea(redirected from Tela chorioidea)
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that portion of the pia mater that covers the ependymal roof or, in the case of the lateral ventricle, medial wall of a cerebral ventricle.
Synonym(s): choroid membrane [TA]
Part of the pia mater covering the roof of the third and fourth cerebral ventricles.
See also: tela
pl. telae [L.] a thin weblike tissue or structure.
a thin, web-like layer of connective tissue; a component of the choroid plexus.
the deepest layer of the skin, between the dermis and the fascia of the muscles. Called also hypodermis.
the connective tissue that supports a mucous membrane and that lines the deep surface of the tunica muscularis of viscera. The tissue serves as a framework that adapts to the changes in shape and size of the organ.
the connective tissue beneath the serous layer of a viscus.