suprasylvian

su·pra·syl·vi·an

(sū'pră-sil'vē-ăn),
Above the fissure of Sylvius or lateral sulcus.

suprasylvian

(soo″pră-sĭl′vē-ăn)
Located above the sylvian fissure of the brain.
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After this, the next step involves to provide the access into the ipsilateral lateral ventricle through the resection of the suprasylvian cortex by two parallel incisions perpendicular to the sylvian fissure (8,28,50,57,61).
The inferior part should be just above the middle fossa, and ideally should go high enough, to the mid-convexity, to provide access to the suprasylvian circular sulcus.
In their study, propagation of the seizure/auras to the suprasylvian area were accompanied by salivation, eye deviation and clonic facial contractions.