anterograde

Type: Term Pronunciation: an′ter-ō-grād Definitions: 1. Moving forward. 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. ...
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anterograde

[adj] - of amnesia
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Anterograde

Anterograde: Moving forward or extending forward. Anterograde memory is memory for what occurs after an event such as an accident. Also called antegrade. From the Latin antero- + gredior (to step or go).
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anterograde

<anatomy> Moving or extending forward. ... Synonym: antegrade. ... Origin: L. Gredi = to go ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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anterograde

adjective of amnesia; affecting time immediately following trauma
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anterograde

(an´tәr-o-grād″) extending or moving forward.
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anterograde

(antero- + L. gredi to go) moving or extending forward; called also antegrade.
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