Neostriatum

Vital part of the brain comprised of two basal ganglia (caudate and putamen).

neostriatum

Type: Term Pronunciation: nē′ō-strī-ā′tŭm Synonyms: striatum
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Neostriatum

refers to the caudate nucleus and putamen and is the major receiving area of the basal ganglia
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neostriatum

The phylogenetically newer part of the corpus striatum consisting of the caudate nucleus and putamen. It is often called simply the striatum. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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neostriatum

(ne″o-stri-a´tәm) the more recently developed part of the corpus striatum, comprising the caudate nucleus and the putamen.
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neostriatum

(from the article `nervous system, human`) ...is the oldest of the basal ganglia and is often referred to as the archistriatum; the globus pallidus is known as the paleostriatum, and the ...
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