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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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This archeological strategy is driven by anamnestic reason grounded in a subversive memory of Jesus on the cross: that is, theology in the flesh.
According to the data of questionnaire anamnestic research asthenopic complaints were presented by 71,3% PC users.
Because of the risk for an anamnestic response, twice-daily antibody screens and DATs were initiated, along with testing of the Hct and bilirubin every 6 to 8 hours (Figure).
The rapidity of thrombocytopenia with thrombosis suggests an anamnestic response to preformed anti-PF4/heparin antibodies upon exposure to enoxaparin.
Medical information was obtained from the medical records and included: anamnestic information and oral habits (thumb-sucking, atypical swallowing and mouth breathing).
More pointedly, I mean to ask whether there are terms to describe the event and effect of beauty for which neither future-oriented "anticipation" nor anamnestic reflection on "accomplishment" are wholly adequate.
These false-negative antibody screening results pose a high risk for patients; (13) it has been well documented that the failure to detect weakly reactive red cell alloantibody can lead to a rapid anamnestic production of antibody and delayed hemolytic transfusion reactions.
Unfortunately, we could not identify the source of infection in this bird by the anamnestic data.
If, in Geofilosofia dell'Europa as well as in the volume that followed shortly after, Arcipelago (1997), the Mediterranean is posited as the matrix, the genetic make-up of Europe and, as such, the goal of its anamnestic return, of catabasis as a prelude to anabasis, in Franco's Cassano's Il pensiero meridiano the Mediterranean acquires more of an oppositional value.
a) Symptoms lasting more than 24 hours would constitute an attack even if they were "completely subjective and anamnestic.
Based on anamnestic, objective, laboratoristic, instrumental data, as well as on the cognitive evaluation by MMSE, ADL and IADL (modified for the elderly), the centenarians have been classified in 3 groups: being in good, intermediate, and bad conditions (6,13).
Also, in most adults infected with HSV-1/HSV-2, anti-HSV antibodies will react with B virus antigen due to an anamnestic response of their immune system.
The anamnestic background for the cause was unclear.