sylvian

syl·vi·an

(sil'vē-ăn),
Relating to Franciscus or Jacobus Sylvius or to any of the structures described by either of them.

syl·vi·an

(sil'vē-ăn)
Relating to Franciscus or Jacobaeus Sylvius or to any of the structures described by either.

sylvian

(sil've-an) [ Sylvi(us) + L. adj. suffix a-anus]
1. Pert. to Franciscus Sylvius. “Sylvian” usually refers to the “fissure of Sylvius.” See: Sylvius, Franciscus
2. Pert. to Jacobus Sylvius. See: Sylvius, Jacobus
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The scan also showed thick blood in the right sylvian fissure and a thrombus in the superior temporal gyrus on the right side.
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On cranial magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), the FLAIR image showed mild hyperintensity in the left Sylvian fissure, and contrast-enhanced T1-weighted MRI showed suspect leptomeningeal enhancement in the left Sylvian fissure (Figure 1).
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This renewed collaboration very quickly suggested massive potential for the strange and the familiar to collide and collude in works that I hoped would encapsulate, by allusion, suggestion, metaphor and association, the conceptual ideas imbued in the album as well as in the undertow of its sonic world," says Mills , who has also produced artwork for albums by such artists as Brian Eno, David Sylvian and Peter Gabriel and for books by Samuel Beckett, Ian McEwan and many others.
The sylvian fissures appear continuous across the hemispheres.