sylvian syl·vi·an (sĭl’vē-ən)
Relating to or described by Franciscus Sylvius (Franz de la Boö; 1614-1672), German-born Dutch physician and anatomist, or Jacobus Sylvius (Jaques Dubois; 1478-1555), French anatomist.


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