anterograde


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anterograde

(ˈæntərəʊˌɡreɪd)
adj
moving forwards, in the normal direction of flowbelonging to the period subsequent to a trauma
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Adj.1.anterograde - of amnesiaanterograde - of amnesia; affecting time immediately following trauma
retrograde - of amnesia; affecting time immediately preceding trauma
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A 4F ADO II delivery catheter was advanced over coronary wire and a 04-04 mm ADO II device was advanced through the delivery catheter in an anterograde manner.
5,6,7] From 1995, we developed and used an anterograde approach to open RRP (from the original method described by Campbell[sup.
Successful identification of the transected nerve can be accomplished even in the midst of scar tissue by using reliable anatomic landmarks and retrograde and anterograde nerve dissection to identify proximal and distal nerve ends.
Mitochondrial trafficking depends primarily on kinesins for anterograde transport and dyneins for retrograde transport (Goldstein and Yang, 2000).
This benzodiazepine begins to work in a short period of time, producing muscle relaxation, sleepiness, mental and physical paralysis, and anterograde amnesia that is especially pronounced when combined with alcohol.
7,8) Methotrexate-induced disruption of anterograde axoplasmic flow may cause axonal accumulation of [beta]-APP, a constituent neuronal transmembrane glycoprotein.
Damage to MTL structures (the hippocampus, entorhinal, perirhinal, and parahippocampal cortices),[9] especially the hippocampus, is consistently associated with anterograde amnesia.
Midazolam produces anterograde amnesia by impairing the ability to acquire new information.
recently reported an extraordinary phenomenon of rapid acquisition of novel arbitrary associations by adults with severe anterograde amnesia due to extensive MTL lesions.
Anterograde amnesia--the inability to form new memories--often is limited to the immediate posttreatment period and has been shown to become less pronounced at follow-up visits.
And in case you were wondering, the protagonist''s medical problem is based on a real condition called Anterograde amnesia.