anterolateral central arteries

(redirected from lateral striate arteries)

an·ter·o·lat·er·al cen·tral ar·ter·ies

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numerous small branches from the sphenoid part (M1 segment) of the middle cerebral arteries supplying the lateral and anterior parts of the corpus striatum.
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Lateral striate arteries arise from proximal segment of Middle cerebral artery (M1) and supplies most of Putamen, lateral part of globus pallidus, part of caudate, external capsule and upper internal capsule.