anamnesis


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Synonyms for anamnesis

the case history of a medical patient as recalled by the patient

the ability to recall past occurrences

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SECOND PROCESS: HAYDARPASA NUMUNE TRAINING AND RESEARCH HOSPITAL (DATE/NUMBER) C/10 DELAY FOR ONE YEAR COMPLAINTS: NO ACTIVE COMPLAINTS ANAMNESIS AND EXAMINATION: 22-YEAR-OLD MALE WHO WAS FOLLOWED-UP IN NEUROLOGY POLYCLINIC FOR 2 YEARS BECAUSE OF HAVING DEMYELINATING LESIONS IN CRANIAL MRI PERFORMED 2 YEARS AGO DID NOT DEVELOP NEW LESIONS OR COMPLAINTS IN FOLLOW-UP.
AP exams revealing chronic proctitis, basal cell carcinoma that developed in a non-sun-exposed area and a bilateral ovariectomy in a 35 year-old female with a presumed hemostatic hysterectomy invalidated the diagnosis and required a more careful anamnesis that finally clarified the case.
Blood samples and anamnesis were collected and the investigated groups were formed in the maternity hospital No.
Her anamnesis revealed only an influenza-like illness with mild symptoms the week before.
Anamnesis is fundamental in outlining the personality profile, revealing traits like: egocentrism, immaturity, histrionic behaviour or scrupulousness, resistance, modesty, and adaptability.
Patient's anamnesis, which was taken at the beginning, has an important place in revealing the cause.
Detailed anamnesis is recommended in such patients (3).
However, careful anamnesis, thorough physical examination, and close follow-up could ensure the diagnosis of birth trauma.
One of the highlights of the show was the display by Mahvish Asghar Khan, titled 'Anamnesis of Querencia', which loosely means 'Recollection of Desires'.
At first, the images were sent via WhatsApp Messenger, a free messaging application available for the iPhone and other platforms, to the assistant dermatologist with extensive experience in dermatoscopy, which described the dermatoscopic structures visualized, as well as the analysis of patterns, when these ones were applicable; and the diagnosis and procedures were defined, based only on the evaluation of the clinical and dermatoscopic images, without the knowledge of the anamnesis data.
In the anamnesis, the parents reported that the child had never been to a dentist.
The claims regarding writing and memory in Archive Fever are underwritten by the Platonic categories of anamnesis and hypomnesis explicated in Dissemination, which render coherent the opposition between the archive and death drive and its reversal in Archive Fever.
This study shows that a proper anamnesis and a proper physical examination are cornerstones for diagnosis in CTS.
Seven patients with SLE had anamnesis of falls during the last 12 months, whereas only one control had this anamnesis (p=0.042).
Sobre la base de la anamnesis y la exploracion fisica se concluyo en un neumotorax bilateral.