amnesic


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Synonyms for amnesic

unable to remember

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a person suffering from amnesia

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of or relating to or caused by amnesia

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suffering from a partial loss of memory

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Implicit and explicit memory for new associations in normal and amnesic subjects.
Keywords: Domoic acid, Amnesic shellfish poisoning, Cell culture, Hybridoma, Monoclonal antibody, Fetal bovine medium, Carbohydrates.
In order to gain sample homogeneity, only patients with the same amnesic type of MCI (all amnesic single-domain) were recruited: Subjects should have normal scores of MMSE, maintained scores of ADL and not be diagnosed with dementia (see below).
paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP), neurotoxic shellfish poisoning, diarrhetic shellfish poisoning, amnesic shellfish poisoning, ciguatera fish poisoning, and azaspiracid shellfish poisoning.
Fentanyl can provide potent analgesia and blunt airway reflexes with minimal amnesic effect.
Psychologically there is the amnesic effect, an increase in anxiety and maladaptive behaviours.
It includes alcohol-related dementia; Korsakoff's syndrome, a neurological disorder caused by a lack of vitamin B1 in the brain; Wernicke's encephalopathy, alcohol-related brain injury and alcohol amnesic syndrome.
Umbelliferae) extract attenuates stress-induced urinary biochemical changes and improves cognition in scopolamine-induced amnesic rats.
amnesic cognitive impairment), which emphasizes hippocampal memory loss as the core symptom.
The play begins with the indication that most of the action takes place in Henry Carr's memory, who is also the main character and narrator, but we cannot rely on it since it is defective and amnesic.
The court physician describes this attacks as catalepsy, based on a sudden suspension of movement and the princess's body would freeze, lasting a few minutes to a few hours, after which the prince was amnesic as if he awoke from sleep (13).
Midazolam is a short-acting benzodiazepine, which is most often used in premedication of anxious children due to its sedative, anxiolytic and amnesic effect.
A similar effect of differential performance of malnourished rats, compared to control ones, was reported in a previous study using the MWM to investigate learning and memory after an amnesic treatment (Fukuda et al.
The three countries occupy contingent spaces of memory and recognizing the racial and gender issues they share might disrupt the tensions born of an amnesic approach to history, a result of hierarchies of race that have benefited some while disempowering others.
The Autobiographical Memory Interview: A new assessment of autobiographical and personal semantic memory in amnesic patients.