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stri·a·tum

(strī-ā'tŭm), [TA]
Collective name for the caudate nucleus and putamen that together with the globus pallidus or pallidum form the striate body.
Synonym(s): neostriatum
[L. neut. of striatus, furrowed]

striatum

/stri·a·tum/ (stri-a´tum) corpus striatum.stria´tal

stri·a·tum

(strī-ā'tŭm) [TA]
Collective name for the caudate nucleus and putamen that together with the globus pallidus or pallidum form the striate body.
[L. neut. of striatus, furrowed]
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