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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

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]

an·ter·o·grade

(an'tĕr-ō-grād)
Moving forward.
Compare: antegrade
[L. gradior, pp. gressus, to step, go]
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This result indicated that VTA damage resulting from the injection of 6-OHDA into the midbrain could cause anterograde nerve damage to the projected nerve fibers.
Also, during the electrophysiological study, the patient exhibited prolongation of the anterograde Wenckebach cycle lengths (460 ms), with normal basal AH and HV intervals.
On discharge, it was recommended that he have close supervision initially as a means of assessing functional ability due to limited insight into his condition and anterograde amnesia.
Interference in PD has not been thoroughly explored: to date, there is only one study investigating anterograde interference in PD with a visuomotor transformation task.
Indications for caecostomy include palliation of malignant bowel obstruction, decompression in chronic intestinal pseudo-obstruction, and administration of anterograde continence enemas in patients with defecation disorders, particularly in patients with spinal cord injury or severe disability [2-4].
Thus, anterograde systemic tumor embolization might explain the events that transpired in our patient, who had multiple acrometastases in both his hand and foot with no axial bone involvement.
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