Thane method

Thane meth·od

(thān),
a method for indicating the position of the central sulcus (Rolando fissure) of the brain; the upper end of the sulcus corresponds to the midpoint of a line drawn from the glabella to the inion.

Thane,

Sir George D., English anatomist, 1850-1930.
Thane method - for indicating the position of the central sulcus of the brain.