From: Scott Chase (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu 17 Oct 2002 - 23:42:16 GMT
Joe Dees wrote:
(bq)"We know in what order the afferent and efferent nerves face off across
the Sylvan fissure, and which parts of the body they sense and move."(eq)
Isn't the "Syvian fissure" also called the "lateral fissure"? Could you
explain the above in a little more detail, especially about the sensation
and movement of body parts? I have this nagging vision of a distorted
"homunculus" along the fissure of Rolando (aka central sulcus between precentral and post central gyri) that must be clouding my judgement here.
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