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antidromic

[an-ti-drom-ik]
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adjective Physiology.
  1. conducting nerve impulses in a direction opposite to the usual one.

Origin of antidromic

First recorded in 1905–10; anti- + -drome + -ic
Related formsan·ti·drom·i·cal·ly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for antidromically

antidromic

adjective
  1. (of nerve fibres) conducting nerve impulses in a direction opposite to normal

Word Origin

from anti- + Greek dromos course
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antidromically in Medicine

antidromic

(ăn′tĭ-drŏmĭk)
adj.
  1. Relating to the propagation of an impulse along an axon in a direction that is the reverse of normal.
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