Choroid plexus calcification through the foramina of Luschka
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Bilateral linear calcification in the 4th ventricle extending laterally though the foramina of Luschka, represent choroid plexus calcification. This can mimic interventricular haemorrhage.
Marked choroid plexus calcification in the lateral ventricles.
No acute infarct. Old bilateral insular ischaemic changes.
The choroid plexus can protrude out the 4th ventricle through the foramina of Luschka and when calcified is termed Bochdalek's flower basket, mimicking SAH.