Sylvius

Syl·vi·us

(sil'vē-ŭs),
Le Böe, Franciscus (François), Dutch physician, anatomist, and physiologist, 1614-1672. See: sylvian angle, sylvian aqueduct, sylvian fissure, sylvian line, sylvian point, sylvian valve, sylvian ventricle, fossa of Sylvius, vallecula sylvii.

Syl·vi·us

(sil'vē-ŭs),
Jacobus (Jacques), French anatomist, 1478-1555. See: caro quadrata sylvii, os sylvii.
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"AEneas Sylvius," say they, "after giving a very circumstantial account of one contested with great obstinacy by a great and small species on the trunk of a pear tree," adds that "this action was fought in the pontificate of Eugenius the Fourth, in the presence of Nicholas Pistoriensis, an eminent lawyer, who related the whole, history of the battle with the greatest fidelity." A similar engagement between great and small ants is recorded by Olaus Magnus, in which the small ones, being victorious, are said to have buried the bodies of their own soldiers, but left those of their giant enemies a prey to the birds.
Former Alloa Academy student David McGirr, a graduate from the RSAMD (RCS) in 2007, brings a wide range of repertoire including music by virtuosic Lutenist Sylvius LeopoldWeiss along his Baroque contemporary Domenico Scarlatti.
The cavity of the mesencephalon becomes very narrow forming a narrow duct which known as the cerebral aqueduct (aqueduct of Sylvius) [McGeady et al (2006) in domestic animals and Champney (2016) in human] that connects the third and fourth ventricles (Fig.
Dandy-Walker Syndrome is characterized by cystic dilatation of the fourth ventricle, by aplasia, either total or partial hypotrophy of cerebellar vermis, and it is a non-familial syndrome in which cerebral malformations with corpus callosum agenesis, heteropsias, lissenphaly, and stenosis of the aqueduct of Sylvius may occur.
Sylvius, Vassaeus, and others, consider this to be a fable, affirming
2) The iatrochemists, seeing life as chemical process, such as Jan Baptist van Helmont (1579-1644) of Brussels, Franciscus Sylvius (1614-1672) of Leiden (founder of iatrochemistry), or Thomas Willis (1621-1675) of Oxford and London.
(67.) Stather PW, Sylvius N, Wild JB, Choke E, Sayers RD, Bown MJ.
Giacomo, "La veritable terminaison de la chair carree de Sylvius," Acta Anatomica, vol.
Certain pathophysiological changes can influence the pupillary aperture; these include the pupillary light reflex mechanism, the tone of SNS or PNS including their autonomic ganglion, and pathologies of the midbrain around the regions of the cerebral aqueduct of Sylvius including the regions of tectum and tegmentum, hypothalamic region, limbic system, and higher centres.
The subject of this book is the Commentarii rerum memorabilium quae temporibus suis contigerunt, the thirteen-book account of the life, pontificate, and age of Pope Pius II, known as Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini before he assumed the papacy.
to his son Sylvius. He sets his literary theory in the context of his
The court also heard from Ohio attorney Sylvius von Saucken, representing the Garretson Resolution Group, Inc., of Cincinnati, Ohio, a private company that offers lien resolution services.