- Amnesia, retrograde
- Amnesia in which the lack of memory relates to events occurring before a traumatic occurrence.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
amnesia, retrograde — See retrograde amnesia … Dictionary of sociology
Retrograde — may refer to: * Retrograde signaling, in neuroscience * Retrograde, a type of musical permutation * Retrograde and direct motion, the movement of an astronomical object * Retrograde ejaculation, in medicine * Retrograde menstruation occurs… … Wikipedia
Retrograde amnesia — SignSymptom infobox Name = Retrograde amnesia ICD10 = ICD10|R|41|2|r|40 ICD9 = ICD9|780.9 Retrograde amnesia is a form of amnesia where someone will be unable to recall events that occurred before the onset of amnesia. The term is used to… … Wikipedia
retrograde amnesia — n. amnesia for events that happened just before the injury, shock, etc. which caused it … English World dictionary
Retrograde amnesia — Amnesia in which the lack of memory relates to events occurring before a traumatic occurrence. * * * inability to recall events that occurred before the actual onset of amnesia; loss of memories of past events. Cf. anterograde a … Medical dictionary
Amnesia — Infobox Disease Name = Amnesia | Caption = DiseasesDB = ICD10 = ICD10|R|41|3|r|40 ICD9 = ICD9|780.9, ICD9|780.93 ICDO = OMIM = MedlinePlus = eMedicineSubj = eMedicineTopic = MeshID = D000647 Amnesia (from Greek polytonic|Ἀμνησία ) is a condition… … Wikipedia
Amnesia — An impairment or lack of memory. Amnesia after a trauma event can be either antegrade (lack of memory related to events occurring after the event) or retrograde (lack of memory related to events occurring before the event). * * * A disturbance in … Medical dictionary
amnesia — amnestic /am nes tik/, adj. /am nee zheuh/, n. loss of a large block of interrelated memories; complete or partial loss of memory caused by brain injury, shock, etc. [1780 90; < NL < Gk amnesía, var. of AMNESTÍA oblivion; perhaps learnedly formed … Universalium
retrograde — 1. Moving backward. 2. Degenerating; reversing the normal order of growth and development. [L. retrogradus, fr. retro + gradior, to go] * * * ret·ro·grade re trə .grād adj 1) characterized by retrogression 2) affecting a period immediately prior… … Medical dictionary
retrograde — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Latin retrogradus, from retrogradi Date: 14th century 1. a. (1) having or being motion in a direction contrary to that of the general motion of similar bodies and especially east to west among the… … New Collegiate Dictionary