claustra


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claustrum

 [klaws´trum] (pl. claus´tra) (L.)
the thin layer of gray matter lateral to the external capsule of the lentiform nucleus, separating it from the white matter of the insula.

claus·tra

(klaws'tră),
Plural of claustrum.

claustra

See claustrum.
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The self-confessed Pink Panther fan named him after the bungling French detective - "because of his dam Claustra, I didn't think we'd get it as I thought the name would be taken" - and then had the misfortune to run into subsequent Champagne Stakes runnerup Alexander Castle at Newcastle second time out.