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an·te·grade

(an'tĕ-grād),
In the direction of normal movement, as in blood flow or peristalsis.
[ante- + L. gradior, to walk]

antegrade

/an·te·grade/ (an´tĭ-grād) anterograde.

antegrade

[an′təgrād]
Etymology: L, ante, before, gredi, to go
moving forward, or proceeding toward the front. Also called anterograde.

anterograde

adjective Moving or extending forward.

an·te·grade

(an'tĕ-grād)
In the direction of normal movement, as in blood flow or peristalsis.
[ante- + L. gradior, to walk]

an·te·grade

(an'tĕ-grād)
In the direction of normal movement.
[ante- + L. gradior, to walk]

antegrade

performed in the normal direction of flow.
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Wiggins, Agar, and Somerville (2003) conducted a study to look at hemodialysis adequacy (Kt/V) of 26 patients over a 6-week period, utilizing both retrograde and antegrade cannulation.
The Malone antegrade continence enema procedure: Quality of life and family perspective.
3 years) underwent G-tube placement, including 93 (62%) placed via the retrograde transabdominal approach and 56 (38%) placed via the antegrade transoral approach.
All the nails were inserted through antegrade technique with entry point just medial to greater tuberosity.
A comparison of antegrade percutaneous and laparoscopic approaches in the treatment of proximal ureteral stones.
Additionally, the antegrade version maintains an intuitive staged delivery system intended to provide physicians the ability to reposition the graft and aid in the selective catheterization of the branches throughout the deployment process.
In 'antidromic' AVRT, the antegrade limb is the accessory pathway and the retrograde limb the AV node.
Takase, "A novel modification of the retrograde approach for the recanalization of chronic total occlusion of the coronary arteries: intravascular ultrasound-guided reverse controlled antegrade and retrograde tracking," JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions, vol.
Furthermore, we were able to address underlying BME by simple antegrade drilling which in retrospect worked well.
For this reason, the nephrostomy tube may result in a definite and quick release of the UUT obstruction and enable antegrade pyelography afterwards.
Objective: To evaluate the outcome of percutaneous antegrade endopyelotomy as a primary intervention for Secondary Ureteropelvic junction (UPJ) obstruction.