Amiprol nycaps Diazepam

Amirucapanga Psychotria viridis.

Amital Amobarbital.

Amital sodico Amobarbital sodium.

Amitrene Amfetamine sulfate or dexamfeta-

mine sulfate.

Amkuram kizhangu Withania somnifera. Amme German colloquial term for getting out of arrest.

Ammunition Colloquial term for alcohol. Ammurabi See: Hammurabi. Amnesia Loss or disturbance of memory (complete or partial, permanent or temporary), attributable to either organic disorders such as brain injury or cerebral arteriosclerosis, or to functional nervous disorders, such as hysteria. Amnesia may be total, with complete loss of recall; or partial, occurring only immediately before or after a traumatic event; or systematic, relating to a particular type or group of experiences.

Anterograde amnesia is memory loss of varying duration for events and experiences subsequent to a causal incident, after consciousness has been regained. Retrograde amnesia is memory loss of varying duration for events and experiences preceding a causal incident. Amnesia is a symptom rather than a disease, and treatment attempts to determine and remove the basic cause. Greek amnesia, forgetfulness. Amnesiac A person affected with amnesia. Amnesic Affected with or characterised by amnesia.

Amnesic syndrome, alcohol- or drug-induced Chronic prominent impairment of recent and remote memory associated with al cohol or drug use. Immediate recall is usually preserved and remote memory is less disturbed than recent memory. Disturbances of time sense and ordering of events are usually evident, as is impaired ability to learn new material. Confabulation may be marked but is not invariably present. Other cognitive functions are relatively well preserved and amnesic defects are out of proportion to other disturbances.

While ICD-10 uses the term "induced", other factors may be involved in the etiology of the syndrome, Alcohol-induced Korsakov psychosis (or syndrome) is one example of the amnesic syndrome and is often associated with Wernicke encephalopathy. The combination is frequently referred to as the Wernicke-Korsakov syndrome.

Amnestic 1. Amnesic. 2. Causing amnesia.

Amnestic disorder See: Amnesia. Amniotic fluid A thin, tough, membranous sac that encloses the embryo or fetus of a mammal, bird, or reptile. It is filled with a fluid in which the embryo is suspended. Amnosed Cyclobarbital calcium. Amo-Dextrosule Dexamfetamine sulfate. Amo-dextrasule Amobarbital. Amobar Amobarbital.

Amobarbitaalnatrium Amobarbital sodium.

Amobarbital CuH18N2O3. Synthetic substance under international control according to the UN Convention on Psychotropic Substances, 1971, Schedule III. Molecular weight: 226.3. Percentage of anhydrous base: 100. Pat. 1924 An intermediate-acting barbiturate used orally as a sedative and hypnotic; called also amylobarbitone.

Amobarbital resinate Synthetic substance under international control according to the UN Convention on Psychotropic Substances, 1971, Schedule III. See: Barbiturates. Amobarbital sodium C11H17N2NaO3. Synthetic substance under international control according to the UN Convention on Psycho-tropic Substances, 1971, Schedule III. Molecular weight: 248.3. Percentage of anhydrous base: 91.1.

The monosodium salt of amobarbital, ad-minisred orally. intravenously, and intramuscularly as a hypnotic and sedative and intravenously in macroanalysis. Amobarbital, -e, -um Amobarbital. Amobarbital-Natrium Amobarbital sodium.

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