anterograde amnesia


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anterograde amnesia

[′an·tə·rə‚grād am′nēzhə]
(medicine)
Loss of memory for the period subsequent to a sudden trauma or a seizure.
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When he ran to see if she was still alive he was attacked, and the head injury caused his anterograde amnesia.
If he truly suffered from anterograde amnesia as severely and for as long a duration as the movie suggests, would Leonard remember that he even had a condition?
Complete anterograde amnesia, like that of HM, involves not only the hippocampus, but also the cortical areas around the hippocampus, the entorhinal, perirhinal, and parahippocampal cortices.
It is now possible to take advantage of the smooth quality of sedation, anterograde amnesia, hemodynamic stability and low incidence of postprocedural vomiting associated with benzodiazepines, yet restore alertness promptly upon completion of the procedure if needed.
And in case you were wondering, the protagonist's medical problem is based on a real condition called Anterograde Amnesia.
And in case you were wondering, the protagonist''s medical problem is based on a real condition called Anterograde amnesia.