sylvian syl·vi·an (sĭl'vē-ən)
Relating to or described by Franciscus Sylvius (Franz de la Boö; 1614-1672), German-born Dutch physician and anatomist, or Jacobus Sylvius (Jaques Dubois; 1478-1555), French anatomist.
Dorsal to the sylvian aqueduct is a layer called the lamina quadrigemina and on this the corpora quadrigemina rest.
She was the daughter of Numitor, to whom his father had bequeathed the kingdom of the sylvian clan.
The most important, and first formed, of these is the sylvian fissure.
Gutter fracture crossing the outer aspect of the frontal lobe, immediately above the level of the right sylvian fissure.
The sylvian fissure is very generally not pronounced; but is particularly well-marked in Lagostomus.
To Numitor, his eldest son, he bequeaths the ancient kingdom of the sylvian family.
There are three or four gyri disposed round each other, of which the lowest surrounds the sylvian fissure.