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- An antidromic impulse in an axon refers to conduction opposite of the normal (orthodromic) direction[citation needed]. That is, it refers to conduction...
- of its regular, narrow QRS complexes, due to retrograde conduction. In antidromic AVRT, atrial impulses are conducted down through the accessory pathway...
- towards the dorsal horn), as well as antidromic activity (along alpha motor neurons towards the ventral horn). Antidromic activity along collateral branches...
- ventricles and back up to the atria through the accessory pathway) or antidromic conduction (which the impulse travels down the accessory pathway and back...
- the motor neurons. The Renshaw cells are ultimately excited by multiple antidromic motor neuron axons, where the majority of axons originate from synergist...
- Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome. Ebstein's cardiophysiology typically presents as an (antidromic) AV reentrant tachycardia with ****ociated pre-excitation. In this setting...
- the atria to the ventricles) in contrast to some impulses in re-entry. Antidromic Action potential Anterograde Tracing EYZAGUIRRE, C; KUFFLER, SW (Sep 20...
- electrode. Desynchronization of abnormal oscillatory activity of neurons Antidromic activation either activating/blockading distant neurons or blockading...
- (the axonal termini); propagation in the opposite direction—known as antidromic conduction—is very rare. However, if a laboratory axon is stimulated in...
- in the central nervous system (antidromic propagation). While the direction of propagation in case of the antidromic stimulation and the sensory nerve...
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