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Dendritic fields of these multipolar neurones are complex, and dendritic glomeruli have been observed in many ganglia. Clusters of small granular adrenergic vesicles occupy the soma and dendrites, probably representing the storage of catecholamines. Ganglionic neurones receive many axodendritic synapses from preganglionic nerve fibres; axosomatic synapses are less numerous. Postganglionic fibres commonly arise from the initial stem of a large dendrite and produce few or no collateral processes.
In adult life, the stroma contains phagocytic cells, and these, together with the cells of the choroid plexus epithelium, phagocytose particles and proteins from the ventricular lumen. Age-related changes occur in the choroid plexus that can be detected on imaging of the brain. 5% of individuals in the first decade of life and in 86% in the eighth decade. There is a sharp rise in the incidence of calcification with age, from 35% of CT scans in the fifth decade to 75% in the sixth decade. The visible calcification is usually restricted to the glomus region of the choroid plexus, the vascular bulge in the choroid plexus as it curves to follow the anterior wall of the lateral ventricle into the temporal horn.
26). Adjacent cells overlap, and successive lamellae are separated by an amorphous proteoglycan matrix that contains circularly oriented collagen fibres, closely applied to the surfaces of the lamellar cells. The amount of collagen increases with age. The intermediate zone is cellular, and its cells become incorporated into the capsule or core, so that it is not clearly defined in mature corpuscles. The core consists of approximately 60 bilateral, compacted lamellae that lie on both sides of a central nerve terminal.