Researchers at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and the Lahey Hospital and Medical Center in Burlington, Massachusetts have identified a rare cluster of amnesia patients that could possibly be linked to substance abuse. From 2012 to 2016, 14 patients in Massachusetts were treated for a rare type of sudden onset amnesia called anterograde amnesia. [ ]

New Jersey medical malpractice lawyers Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow & McElroy report a seemingly drug abuse induced rare amnesia cluster.

Oh?Did you hear that?It was just the sound of my heart breaking, no biggie.

Did you hear that?It was just the sound of my heart breaking, no biggie. Part 2 of Arthurs memory loss.

41 Of The Most Suspenseful Books You'll Ever Read

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Before I Go to Sleep A Novel (Book) : Watson, S. : An amnesiac attempts to reconstruct her past by keeping a journal and discovers the dangerous inconsistencies in the stories of her husband and her secret doctor.

Amnesia is usually caused by some kind of damage to the brain by injury, drugs, or illness, and a type of amnesia called “dissociative amnesia” is created by psychological reasons, usually resulting from a traumatic event. There are two general kinds of amnesia according to their effect: anterograde and retrograde. Anterograde amnesia causes people to have trouble forming new memories. Retrograde amnesia causes people to forget memories that they already had.

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Great video illustrating anterograde amnesia and how it is experienced.

Great video illustrating anterograde amnesia and how it is experienced.

Retrograde vs. Anterograde Amnesia - VCE Psychology - YouTube

A few years ago I had a bike accident resulting in a temporary case of both retrograde & anterograde amnesia. I distinguish between these 2 conditions - by r.

Twilight Anesthesia  Twilight anesthesia is an anesthetic technique where a mild dose of general anesthesia is applied to induce anxiolysis (anxiety relief), hypnosis, and anterograde amnesia (inability to form new memories).

Twilight Anesthesia Twilight anesthesia is an anesthetic technique where a mild dose of general anesthesia is applied to induce anxiolysis (anxiety relief), hypnosis, and anterograde amnesia (inability to form new memories).

41 Of The Most Suspenseful Books You'll Ever Read

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Watson, Your first novel, a psychological thriller titled Before I Go to Sleep, has garnered considerable attention. The cover of my advanced reader’s edition proclaims that rights have be…

Clive Wearing's attempt to comprehend his life while enduring retrograde & anterograde amnesia. A 20 second memory over the course of a 30 years.

An image from the personal journal of Clive Wearing, a man with profound amnesia. With a memory of only seconds, he is continuously “waking …

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Confusion Opthalmoplegia Ataxia Thiamine deficiency Retrograde amnesia Anterograde amnesia Confabulation Korsakoff syndrome

Comparison of Hyperthymesia and Anterograde Amnesia | Two Extremes of the Human Brain

Any handwritten letter takes the joy to the next level especially when you haven't seen that person for a long time.But is letter writing fading today?

TIL The film Memento is lauded by medical experts for its accurate portrayal of anterograde amnesia and is considered "close to a perfect exploration of the neurobiology of memory"

Memento (film) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia- incredible film about memory

Anterograde amnesia - Wikipedia

Anterograde amnesia - Wikipedia

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