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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10) Left hippocampal lesions have been seen to cause both retrograde and anterograde amnesia, although they are less likely to cause difficulties in long-term memory or recall difficulties.
Murugadoss' psychological thriller cast mir as a victim of anterograde amnesia (or short- term memory loss).
The following terms were identified as appropriate: Searching for amnesia uncovered reports under this term, but also reports listed as transient amnesia, transient global amnesia, wandering amnesia, anterograde amnesia, dissociative amnesia and retrograde amnesia.
If remain untreated leads to Korsakoff's syndrome which involves significant Retrograde and Anterograde amnesia.
Although severe anterograde amnesia may render a defendant presently unable to understand the proceedings because it results in an inability to form new memories, the few cases where such claims have been made have not been responsive to this assertion.
The inability of the brain to lay down new memories is known as anterograde amnesia.
His "condition", anterograde amnesia, tragically hampers this full realization.
A condition that prevents the victim of a traumatic injury from recording new or short-term memories, anterograde amnesia will gradually fade, say doctors.
Damage to MTL structures (the hippocampus, entorhinal, perirhinal, and parahippocampal cortices),[9] especially the hippocampus, is consistently associated with anterograde amnesia.
Anterograde amnesia is the inability to create new memories.
TUESDAY Before I Go to Sleep (2014) Film4, 9pm Following a car accident, 47-year-old Christine Lucas (Nicole Kidman) is diagnosed with anterograde amnesia.
BEFORE I GO TO SLEEP (15) FOLLOWING a car accident, 47-year-old Christine Lucas (Nicole Kidman, pictured below) is diagnosed with anterograde amnesia.