Amnesia

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Amnesia

Amnesia (from Greek ἀμνησία from ἀ- meaning `without` and μνήμη memory) is a deficit in memory caused by brain damage, disease, or psychological trauma. Amnesia can also be caused temporarily by the use of various sedatives and hypnotic drugs. Essentially, amnesia is loss of memory. The memory can be either wholly or partially los.....
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Amnesia

• (n.) Forgetfulness; also, a defect of speech, from cerebral disease, in which the patient substitutes wrong words or names in the place of those he wishes to employ.
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amnesia

<neurology> Lack or loss of memory, inability to remember past experiences. ... Origin: Gr. Amnesia = forgetfulness ... (05 Feb 1998) ...
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amnesia

(am-ne´zhә) pathologic impairment of memory, usually the result of physical damage to areas of the brain from injury, disease, or alcoholism. Psychologic factors may also cause this; a shocking or unacceptable situation may be too painful to remember, with the situation being retained only in the subconsciou...
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amnesia

(Gr. amnsia forgetfulness) lack or loss of memory; inability to remember past experiences.
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amnesia

memory loss noun partial or total loss of memory; `he has a total blackout for events of the evening`
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Amnesia

[5 Seconds of Summer song] ==Music video== A lyric video was produced for the song. Filmed in Los Angeles, it was posted on the official VEVO YouTube channel of the band on July 2, 2014, at midnight, after their live stream. The video, in black and white, focuses on a bedroom, though in some scenes the members of the band appear in a close ...
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Amnesia

[Chumbawamba song] `Amnesia` is the second single from Chumbawamba`s album Tubthumper, released on January 28, 1998. The song`s lyrical content addresses the sense of betrayal that English leftists felt during the rise of New Labour. It features a number of remixes, including a remix for the radio and video versions of the song which remove...
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Amnesia

[Diagnosis Murder Episode] ==Rationale for use in Ghost Book== The image is a low resolution copy of a CD album cover, as such it does not limit the copyright owner`s rights to sell the CD. It is used to provide visual identification for informational purposes only. ...
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Amnesia

[nightclub] Amnesia is one of several internationally renowned clubs in Ibiza. It opened in 1996 and was awarded Best Global Club in 1996, 1997, 1998 and 1999 International Dance Music Awards at the Winter Music Conference in Miami. The club is located close to the village of San Rafael on the highway between Sant Antoni de Portmany and Ibi...
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Amnesia

Am·ne'si·a noun [ New Latin , from Greek ...; 'a priv. + ... to remember.] (Medicine) Forgetfulness; also, a defect of speech, from cerebral disease, in which the patient substitutes wrong words or names in the place of those he wishes to employ. Quian.
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Amnesia

A failure of memory caused by physical injury, disease, drug use, or psychological trauma.
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Amnesia

A partial of complete loss of memory. Anterograde amnesia is a loss of memory subsequent to any cause e.g. brain trauma. Retrograde amnesia is a loss of memory for a period of time prior to any cause.
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amnesia

A total loss of memory for events for a period of time or for events. In cases of concussion, retrograde amnesia is the permanent loss of memory for events just preceding a head injury while post-traumatic amnesia applies to a period after injury during which the patient may be conscious but incapab...
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amnesia

amnesia (ămnē'zhu) , [Gr.,=forgetfulness], condition characterized by loss of memory for long or short intervals of time. It may be caused by injury, shock, senility, severe illness, or mental disease. Some cases of amnesia involve the unconscious suppression of a painful experience ...
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Amnesia

Amnesia is a partial or total loss of memory.
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amnesia

amnesia Partial or total loss or lack of memory; the inability to recall past experiences; lacking memory.
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Amnesia

Amnesia: Lack of memory. Amnesia after trauma can be antegrade or retrograde, depending upon whether the lack of memory relates to events occurring after or before the trauma. Amnesia is as compared to hypermnesia and hypomnesia. From a- + the Greek mneme, memory. See also: Antegrade amnesia ; and Retrograde amnesia.
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amnesia

Inability to remember.
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Amnesia

Lack of ability to recall events.
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amnesia

Loss of memory caused by brain damage or by severe emotional trauma.
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amnesia

loss of memory occurring most often as a result of damage to the brain from trauma, stroke, Alzheimer disease, alcohol and drug toxicity, or ... [5 related articles]
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Amnesia

Loss of memory. Types of amnesia include
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amnesia

Loss or impairment of memory. As a clinical condition it may be caused by disease or injury to the brain, by some drugs, or by shock; in some cases it may be a symptom of an emotional disorder
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