antidromic

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antidromic

 [an″te-drom´ik]
conducting impulses in a direction opposite to the normal.

an·ti·drom·ic

(an'tē-drom'ik),
Denoting the propagation of an impulse along a conduction system (for example, nerve fiber) in the direction opposite to that which it normally travels.

antidromic

/an·ti·drom·ic/ (an″tĭ-drom´ik) conducting impulses in a direction opposite to the normal.

antidromic

(ăn′tĭ-drŏm′ĭk)
adj.
Relating to the propagation of an impulse along an axon in a direction that is the reverse of normal.

an·ti·drom·ic

(an'tē-drom'ik)
Moving in the direction opposite to normal; said of impulses in nerves and in the conduction system of the heart.

antidromic

conducting impulses in a direction opposite to the normal.

antidromic vasodilator impulses
produced artificially by electrical stimulation of the peripheral end of a cut dorsal nerve root.