lenticulostriate

lenticulostriate

 [len-tik″u-lo-stri´āt]
pertaining to the lenticular nucleus and corpus striatum.

len·tic·u·lo·stri·ate

(len-tik'yū-lō-strī'āt),
Relating to the lenticular nucleus and the caudate nucleus; specifically refers to branches of the middle cerebral artery supplying these gray masses.

lenticulostriate

(lĕn-tĭk″ū-lō-strī′āt) [″ + striatus, streaked]
Rel. to the lenticular nucleus and corpus striatum of the basal ganglia.

lenticulostriate

pertaining to the lenticular nucleus and corpus striatum.
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12],[28],[29] Third, lenticulostriate or thalamoperforating arteries are the most common sites of ICH development in the brain due to lack of capillaries, and therefore, susceptible to direct variation in systemic BP.
Otherwise, TS-TI approach can easily detect and control lenticulostriate arteries, most common offending vessels, while comparing with the transcortical approach.
The findings in the brain included focal minimal parasagittal and parietal pachygyria, glioneuronal heterotopias, neuronal migrational abnormalities, hypomyelination of central white matter, and mineralizing lenticulostriate vasculopathy with focal gliosis in basal ganglia and thalamus.
After openning the acess through the Sylvian fissure, it is necessary to identify, dissect, clip and divide from lateral to the lenticulostriate branches of the basal ganglia of ipsilateral middle cerebral artery (8,20,28,36).
1 shows the predominant cranial ultrasound results of right parieto-occipital wedge-shaped hyperechogenicity in this patient; moderate lenticulostriate vasculopathy can also be seen.
A lenticulostriate isolated ischemic stroke can lead to a mismatch effect of false high signal on putaminal region.
The lenticulostriate arteries are end branches of the middle cerebral arteries which supply the caudate, putamen and the internal capsule.
Lacunar infarcts were defined as small subcortical infarcts visible on two or more scan cuts, typically less then 15 mm in axial diameter, tracking a single penetrating vessel (usually a lenticulostriate artery) along its ventro-dorsal path, with maximum extent typically in the PVWM [11].
These collaterals of the thalamostriate and lenticulostriate arteries give the characteristic appearances on MR or conventional angiography.
Restless legs syndrome and periodic limb movements after ischemic stroke in the right lenticulostriate region.
Patients with tuberculous meningitis develop stroke in up to 6-41% of cases12, usually involving the small, terminal lenticulostriate branches13, explaining the usual and more severe distribution of infarctions in the region of basal ganglia.