orthodromic


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orthodromic

 [or″tho-drom´ik]
conducting impulses in the normal direction; said of nerve fibers.

or·tho·dro·mic

(ōr'thō-drō'mik),
Denoting the propagation of an impulse along a conduction system (for example, nerve fiber) in the direction it normally travels. Compare: antidromic.
[ortho- + G. dromos, course]

orthodromic

/or·tho·drom·ic/ (-drom´ik) conducting impulses in the normal direction; said of nerve fibers.

or·tho·dro·mic

(ōr'thō-drō'mik)
Denoting the propagation of an impulse along an axon in the normal direction.
Compare: antidromic
[ortho- + G. dromos, course]

orthodromic

conducting impulses in the normal direction; said of nerve fibers.
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Both with rate-related left bundle branch block and without aberrant conduction, the electrocardiograms indicate orthodromic atrioventricular reciprocating tachycardia utilizing a bypass tract.
Median and ulnar nerve motor conduction velocity, distal motor latency, amplitude of compound muscle action potential, median and ulnar nerve antidromic sensory conduction velocity, distal sensory latency and amplitude of sensory action potential, median nerve palm-to-wrist segment mixed orthodromic sensory conduction velocity, radial nerve antidromic sensory conduction velocity and amplitude of sensory action potential were established.