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Antonyms for anterograde

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Murugadoss' psychological thriller cast mir as a victim of anterograde amnesia (or short- term memory loss).
Compensating for anterograde amnesia: A new training method that capitalizes on emerging smartphone technologies.
Like milder alcohol-induced short-term memory impairments caused by one or two drinks, blackouts primarily are anterograde, meaning they involve problems with the formation and storage of new memories rather than problems recalling memories formed prior to intoxication.
In the absence of machinery for protein synthesis, maintenance of the presynaptic proteome is dependent on cell body protein manufacturing and subsequent anterograde axonal transport.
6,9) The main effects of benzodiazepines include sedation, hypnosis, anxiolysis, anterograde amnesia, centrally mediated muscle relaxation, and anticonvulsion.
2 In the neonatal period, the baby is asymptomatic as there is anterograde flow of desaturated blood from the pulmonary artery to the left coronary artery.
Anterograde nephrostogram showing contrast extravasation and hydronephrosis.
4), (5) Several methods are used to diagnose urinary tract obstruction, including intravenous urography, diuretic dynamic scintigraphy, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and less commonly retrograde and anterograde pyelography.
confusion, anterograde or retrograde amnesia, dizziness, nausea) and the growing appreciation of the long-term, irreversible neurological consequences that develop in the days, weeks, and months after a concussion, early diagnosis and medical intervention are of utmost importance (Grindel, Lovell, & Collins, 2001; McCrea et al.
Lobatz noted that patients who have longer periods of anterograde amnesia "tend to have a more prolonged course to recovery or incomplete recovery.
What Ben has now is known as anterograde amnesia, the partial or complete inability to form new memories.
In has been found that, two symptoms that most commonly caused driving difficulties were rapid loss of consciousness or onset of stupor, known among users as "G-napping" and periods of anterograde amnesia (65).