nucleus caudatus

  • caudate nucleus
German: Nucleus caudatus
Japanese: 尾状核

Anatomy. An elongated, arched gray mass closely related to the lateral ventricle and consisting of a head, body, and tail. The nucleus caudatus and putamen form a functional unit of the corpus striatum and are involved in regulation of motor function as a part of the extrapyramidal system.

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