Putamen

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Putamen
Abbreviations: Pu
Variations:

Nucleus putamen
Putaminal

Category: Putamen
Parents:

Basal ganglia
Striatum
Dorsal striatum
Lentiform nucleus

Children:

Left putamen
Right putamen

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Putamen is a brain structure in the basal ganglia. It is the lateral part of the nucleus lentiformis with the medial part being globus pallidus. Putamen together with the caudate is called striatum.[1]

Putaminal hemorrhage is bleeding associated with the putamen and is the most common form of intracerebral hemorrhage.[2]

[edit] Papers

  1. Goal representation in human anterior intraparietal sulcus

[edit] References

  1. Torben Moos, Morten Møller (2002). Basal neuroanatomi. FADL's Forlag.
  2. Ashraf EL-Mitwalli, Marc D. Malkoff (2000). "Intracerebral hemorrhage". The Internet Journal of Advanced Nursing Practice 4(2): missing pages. [1].
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