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Related to anterograde: anterograde amnesia, anterograde memory

anterograde

 [an´ter-o-grād″]
extending or moving forward.

an·ter·o·grade

(an'ter-ō-grād),
1. Moving forward. Compare: antegrade.
2. Extending forward from a particular timepoint; used in reference to amnesia.
3. Used in neuroscience to describe proximodistal flow, movement, or transport in an axon toward its terminals, or degeneration of an axon distal to a point of injury.
[L. gradior, pp. gressus, to step, go]

anterograde

/an·tero·grade/ (an´ter-o-grād″) extending or moving anteriorly.

anterograde

See antegrade.

anterograde

adjective Moving or extending forward.

an·ter·o·grade

(an'tĕr-ō-grād)
1. Moving forward.
Compare: antegrade
2. Extending forward from a particular timepoint; used in reference to amnesia.
[L. gradior, pp. gressus, to step, go]

anterograde

forward-moving

an·ter·o·grade

(an'tĕr-ō-grād)
Moving forward.
Compare: antegrade
[L. gradior, pp. gressus, to step, go]

anterograde

extending or moving forward.
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This study is a prospective single centre (2 surgeons) one directly comparing SM+ rate and location between an anterograde versus retrograde approach to open RRP.
The analysis of mitochondrial movement indicates that the net increase in mitochondrial density seems to be mainly due to an increase in the rate of mitochondrial anterograde movement towards the synapse.
She has complete anterograde amnesia for both of her hospitalizations and also for her surgery.
A more rigid statistical review of the data might moderate the authors' conclusions that the anterograde dissection is superior given the apparent lack of allowance for repeated measures in the analysis as well as the omission of surgical technique in the multivariate analysis.
The extension of the incubation time from 24 h (anisomycin experiments) to 30 h (present experiments) was intended to allow potential retrograde and anterograde messengers sufficient time to travel between synapse and soma (Schwartz, 1979), given that 5-HT was applied at a slightly more distal site than in our anisomycin experiments.
Patients with MCI often are less able to provide a useful history because they have prominent difficulties with anterograde memory, which may be associated with emerging anosognosia.
Athletes who suffer from a concussion may show signs of being dazed or disoriented, or experience retrograde amnesia (where they can't remember things that happened before the traumatic event) or anterograde amnesia (where they can't remember things that happened after the event).
These are reliable in assessment of the function of the sinus node, anterograde atrioventricular conduction, refractory period of atria, and atrioventricular accessory connections, which can provoke and terminate tachycardia, and the efficacy of antiarrhythmic drugs.
Other forms of memory commonly affected include deficits in anterograde memory (difficulty in storing and retrieving new information), prospective memory (ability to remember to do something in the future) and the elements of memory involved in explicit, effortful learning (e.
5) In contradistinction, Kamer and Churukian used a high-transfixion incision to divide the cartilage and mucosa on one side, with anterograde dissection subperichondrially into the columella.
Memory loss consists of posttreatment confusion and anterograde or retrograde amnesia described as follows (J.
It is noteworthy that active MAP kinase in the axonal compartment seems to be important in facilitating NF anterograde transport in cultured neuroblastoma cells (Chan et al.