Image represents Ventricles of brain
- Ventricles of brain are lined by ependyma (ependymocytes).
- These are cavities in the brain lined by ependyma and filled with CSF.
- The ependyma is made up of ependymal cells called ependymocytes, a type of glial cell.
- These cells line the CSF-filled ventricles in the brain and the central canal of the spinal cord.
- These are nervous tissue cells with a ciliated simple columnar form much like that of some mucosal epithelial cells.
There are four fluid filled intercommunicating cavities within the brain :-
i. Two lateral ventricles (right and left),
ii. Third ventricle, and
iii. Fourth ventricle