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am·ne·sic

(am-nē'sik),
Relating to or characterized by amnesia.
Synonym(s): amnestic (1)

am·ne·sic

(am-nēsik)
Relating to or characterized by amnesia.
Synonym(s): amnestic (1) .

am·ne·sic

(am-nēsik)
Relating to or characterized by amnesia.
Synonym(s): amnestic (1) .
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Memory deficits for implicit contextual information in amnesic subjects with hippocampal damage.
In humans, it can cause memory loss or amnesic shellfish poisoning.
While the visual analogue pain score may suffice to quantify pain, the amnesic effect of midazolam can result in the mean intraoperative pain score being lower than the mean postoperative pain score; however, it is more important to have the patient consciously sedated to allow the operation to go more smoothly.
The APN-treated group showed a higher spontaneous alternation score as compared with SCO-injected amnesic group.
The strategic imperatives behind Manila's muted jubilation in response to the ruling are justifiable, but the shortsighted, amnesic foreign policy reaction to accommodate China is inexplicable.
Ingesting the toxin can lead to amnesic shellfish poisoning, or ASP, which can cause diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting, (http://www.cnn.com/2016/10/03/health/mussels-and-clams-recalled-maine/) CNN reports.
Subtypes of MCI--amnestic and non-amnestic--have been employed to specify the subtype (amnesic) that is most consistent with prodromal AD.
In a stroke of amnesic argumentation, the two dropped the Communist Party's most pointed and accurate criticisms of the colonial state and its heritage in favour of the abortive politics of frustration with the 'satanical' National Congress Party (NCP).
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.
Successful recollection of remote autobiographical memories by amnesic patients with medial temporal lobe lesions.