anterograde an·ter·o·grade (ān’tə-rō-grād’)
- Anterograde amnesia
noun amnesia caused by brain damage in which the memory loss relates to events occurring after the damage Compare retrograde amnesia anterograde amnesia n. A condition in which events that occurred after the onset of amnesia cannot be recalled and new memories cannot be formed.
anteroinferior anteroinferior an·ter·o·in·fe·ri·or (ān’tə-rō-ĭn-fēr’ē-ər) adj. In front and below.
- Anterograde block
anterograde block anterograde block n. Block of the conduction of an impulse traveling in its ordinary direction, from the sinoatrial node toward the ventricular myocardium.
anterolateral anterolateral an·ter·o·lat·er·al (ān’tə-rō-lāt’ər-əl) adj. In front and away from the middle line. Historical Examples The nerve then extends distally along the anterolateral edge of the latter muscle and subdivides into two long branches. Variation in the Muscles and Nerves of the Leg in E. Bruce Holmes A triangular dark mark with the anterolateral corners […]