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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For orthodromic sensory conduction of ulnar nerve, recording electrode was placed 3cm proximal to distal palmer crease and a reference electrode at 3cm proximal to recording electrode.
Orthodromic atrioventricular reciprocating tachycardia (AVRT), or Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, is a narrow QRS complex tachycardia in which antegrade conduction is via the AV node and retrograde conduction is via an accessory pathway (bundle of Kent).
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The panels show the position of the action-potential trigger zone at location 2 and orthodromic and antidromic spread of the nerve impulse from the site of initiation.
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