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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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Anamnestic Criteria: Unexplained prematurity with gestational age [less than or equal to]35 weeks, prolonged rupture of membranes ([greater than or equal to]12 hours), stained or purulent amniotic fluid, untreated recurrent urogenital infections in the last trimester of pregnancy, maternal fever of [greater than or equal to]38[degrees]C during labour, delivery at home, apparently healthy twin with other symptomatic.
Because of anamnestic and physical findings we assumed that the cystic adventitial disease was the cause of the pseudoaneurysm, but the pathohistological analysis showed no cysts, so the etiology remained unknown.
Considering the facts previously described and the limitations of the instruments used in this study, a high prevalence of clinical signs and symptoms of TMD by the anamnestic DMF index (89.8%) and the physical exam (56.4%) was observed.
Winocur, "Bruxism, oral parafunctions, anamnestic and clinical findings of temporomandibular disorders in children," Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, vol.
The paedCTAS use a list of presenting clinical complaints and symptoms including anamnestic parameters associated with high risk.
During an extended interview with patient's family members some hours after ICU admission, an important anamnestic element was revealed: 3 days before hospital admission the patient was bitten by a dog, getting a small lesion on the fourth finger of the right hand.
MRC: Manual Muscle Test Medical Research Council; HHD: handheld dynamometer (HHD); ALSFRS R: amyotrophic lateral sclerosis functional rating scale-revised; 2MWT: two-minute walk test; BS: Borg scale; 5STS: Five Times Sit to Stand test; TUG: Timed Up and Go; FAT: Frenchay Arm Test; TCT: Trunk Control Test; MAS: Modified Ashworth Scale; FSS: Fatigue Severity Scale; ADI-12: ALS Depression Inventory; ACSA: Anamnestic Comparative Self-Assessment.
Demographic and anamnestic data were collected from all participants including age, body mass index (BMI), number of children, previous surgery, ethnic origin, and duration and type of surgery.
This protective response correlated with the induction of FMDV-specific T-cells as well as with an anamnestic antibody response upon virus challenge, as shown by the detection of virus-specific ASC in lymphoid tissues distal from the inoculation point.
His historical and anamnestic data were not unusual, but he had a history of smoking for 46 years and had been diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Booster vaccination at day 360 resulted in a detectable anamnestic response in all groups as demonstrated by 83% of animals harboring VN titers [greater than or equal to] 0.5UI/mL at day 390.
Occurrence of related cases or outbreaks was ruled out on the basis of the patients' anamnestic data.