basilar venous plexus

bas·i·lar venous plex·us

[TA]
a venous plexus on the clivus, connected with the cavernous and petrosal sinuses and the internal vertebral (epidural) venous plexus.
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bas·i·lar ve·nous plex·us

(basi-lăr vēnŭs pleksŭs) [TA]
Located on the clivus, connected with the cavernous and petrosal sinuses and the internal vertebral (epidural) venous plexus.
Synonym(s): basilar sinus.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Salter, et al., "The basilar venous plexus," Clin Anat, vol.
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