|Artery: Lenticulostriate artery|
|Gray's||subject #146 573|
One artery of the anterolateral central arteries group is of larger size than the rest, and is of special importance, as being the artery in the brain most frequently ruptured; it has been termed by Charcot the artery of cerebral hemorrhage (or lenticulostriate artery).
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