corpus striatum definition

  • noun:
    • Either of two gray and white, striated figures of nerve materials located in the reduced horizontal wall of every cerebral hemisphere.
    • The striated size of white and grey matter in front of the thalamus for each side of the brain
    • a ridge inside wall of every horizontal ventricle of brain.
    • a striped mass of white and grey matter based in front of the thalamus in each cerebral hemisphere; is made of the caudate nucleus plus the lenticular nucleus
    • Either of two gray and white, striated figures of neurological materials located in the reduced lateral wall surface of each cerebral hemisphere.
    • The striated size of white and grey matter at the thalamus for each region of the brain
    • a ridge inside wall surface of each and every horizontal ventricle of the mind.
    • a striped mass of white and grey matter based in front side associated with the thalamus in each cerebral hemisphere; comes with the caudate nucleus in addition to lenticular nucleus

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