Striatum

Area of brain controlling movement, balance, and walking. Connects to and receives impulses from Substantia Nigra.

Striatum

The striatum, also known as the neostriatum or striate nucleus, is a subcortical part of the forebrain. It receives input from the cerebral cortex and is the primary input to the basal ganglia system. In all primates, the striatum is divided by a white matter tract called the internal capsule into two sectors called the caudate nucleus and the put...
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Striatum

• (n.) The corpus striatum.
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Striatum

Stri·a'tum noun [ New Latin ] (Anat.) The corpus striatum.
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striatum

adjective, Latin striatus = furrowed; hence, corpus striatum, the caudate and lentiform nuclei connected by grey strands which traverse the internal capsule, giving the strands a striated appearance.
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Striatum

the area of the brain that controls movement, balance, and walking.
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striatum

Type: Term Pronunciation: strī-ā′tŭm Definitions: 1. Collective name for the caudate nucleus and putamen that together with the globus pallidus or pallidum form the striate body. Synonyms: neostriatum
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