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.
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.
Stather PW, Sylvius N, Wild JB, Choke E, Sayers RD, Bown MJ.
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.
The court also heard from Ohio attorney Sylvius von Saucken, representing the Garretson Resolution Group, Inc.
Among their topics are Aeneas Sylvius Picolomini and Leonardo Bruni's translation of Aristotle's Politics, the Byzantine social elite and the market economy from the 11th to the middle 15th century, Renaissance sources in medieval mirrors for princes: Petrarch and Andreas Pannonius, the quest for certainty in fact and faith: Pierre-Daniel Huet and Josephus' Testimonium Flavianum, the reception of Xenophanes' B34 in heathen and Christian antiquity and its sequel in Byzantine thought, and notes from a nominalist in a new incunabulum by Symphorien Champier.
Other abundant species were Hyphessobrycon eques (Steindachner, 1882), Bryconamericus stramineus Eigenmann, 1908 and Serrapinnus notomelas (Eigenmann, 1915) for Characiformes; Crenicichla britskii Kullander, 1982 for Perciformes; Hypostomus ancistroides (Ihering, 1911) for Siluriformes and Gymnotus sylvius Albert & Fernandes-Matioli, 1999 for Gymnotiformes.
Interventricular hemorrhage can lead to obstruction of the cerebrospinal fluid circulation, usually at the level of the aqueduct of Sylvius resulting in ventriculomegaly.
Brain structure pictures were created using images from the Sylvius 2.
Sua etiologia pode estar relacionada a fatores geneticos tais como: obstrucao do aqueduto de Sylvius, sindrome de Dandy-Walker, malformacao de Arnold Chiari, agenesia cerebelar e espinha bifida; como tambem a fatores infecciosos: toxoplasmose, citomegalovirose e sifilis, ou ainda, a hemorragia intracraniana, heranca multifatorial ou anomalia congenita [3,7,8].
17] The landmarks to identify the correct slice on the midline sagittal slice were: (i) a distinct outline of the CC; (ii) no white matter or only minimal white matter in the cortical mantle surrounding the CC; (iii) the interthalamic adhesion; and (iv) a transparent septum and visibility of the aqueduct of Sylvius.