WHO DISCOVERED THE SYLVIAN FISSURE?

@article{Collice2008WHODT,
  title={WHO DISCOVERED THE SYLVIAN FISSURE?},
  author={Massimo Collice and Rosa Collice and Alessandro Riva},
  journal={Neurosurgery},
  year={2008},
  volume={63},
  pages={623–628}
}
CEREBRAL CONVOLUTIONS WERE unknown until the 17th century. A constant sulcus was not recognized until the mid-1600s; it was named “the fissure of Sylvius,” after the person who had always been considered as the one who discovered it. It is commonly asserted that the first description of the lateral scissure was made by Caspar Bartholin, who attributed its discovery to Sylvius. However, this was not actually the case, as Caspar Bartholin died in 1629, whereas Sylvius started studying medicine in… 

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