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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Similarly, higher inflexion ratio (a parameter used to find the retention of learned skills) was recorded in aqP.a treated mice as compared to nhP.a and amnesic control mice.
Correspondingly, EASL turned into evaluated to illustrate its cognitive improving consequences on spatial memory and studying function of mice toward scopolamine-triggered amnesic defects the usage of Morris water maze take a look at.
"Pakistan with its amnesic tendency chooses to recall parts of the UN resolution on Jammu and Kashmir.
He was diagnosed with KS based on the DSM-IV-TR criteria for alcohol-induced persistent amnesic disorder.
demonstrated, for the first time, that syngeneic transplantations of olfactory ectomesenchymal stem cells (OE-MSCs) in rats can restore cognitive abilities impaired after brain injuries and provide support for the development of clinical studies based on grafts of OE-MSCs in amnesic patients following brain injuries.
When admitted the patient was already taking citalopram 60 mg daily and risperidone 2.5 mg daily but was poorly responsive and remained confused, amnesic, severely depressed, and emotionally unresponsive.
She remained amnesic of the entire pretransplantation period, since the behavioural alteration.
As far as we know, this is the first study that evaluates the amnesic properties of propofol in ECV as a primary outcome measure in a large group of consecutive patient group.
One of the cons of the city, for example, is its amnesic memory.
In North America, every year approximately 45 million people undergo anaesthesia, and in about half of them, [N.sub.2]O is used as a major component of the anaesthesia because of its short onset and elimination time, potent analgesic and amnesic properties and low cost.
In humans, the toxin can cause diarrhea and vomiting and, in rare cases, trigger a bizarre condition called amnesic shellfish poisoning, which can result in permanent loss of short-term memory.
He stressed that the Western media become "becalmed," and European activists "amnesic," immediately after the settlements are liberated from the militants.
The Long Kiss Goodnight saw Geena Davis playing an amnesic mother suddenly recalling her past as a hit-woman while trying to protect her daughter from her enemies.