anamnesis


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anamnesis

[‚an·əm′nē·səs]
(medicine)
Information gained from the patient and others regarding the patient's medical history.
(psychology)
The faculty of memory.
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Perplexity, however, is conterminous with meditation, perhaps even anamnesis.
This is may suggest a rehabilitation of Platonic anamnesis and Neoplatonic correspondences, but while memory is granted a mystical power of sorts, it doesn't lift O'Brien out of the details or the data: "Memory finally connects everything with everything, as if the world were an immense pun: a broadside, against the grain, every synapse firing"(47).
The Paschal mystery encountered daily in liturgical anamnesis re-presents the possibility of "redeeming the time.
The continuities denied are by definition perceptible only retrospectively, sharing this characteristic with the symptom's traumatic cause as conceived by Lacan, which conjures itself into malignant being retro-actively, when it disrupts processes of symbolization it eludes: causation follows the same logic of temporal inversion as anamnesis.
Well-documented anamnesis along with a physical examination and detailed blood tests can help the physician to distinguish other causes of inflammatory tenosynovitis from tuberculous tenosynovitis.
The sub-sub themes of anamnesis were identified through the main complaint and clinical history.
Although a history of tick bite could not be documented from the recorded anamnesis data, contact with dogs was noted in our cases.
Los cuadros clinicos, aunque muy variables y poco especificos, sirven para orientar el diagnostico, siempre y cuando se apoyen en una anamnesis exhaustiva que ofrezca datos epidemiologicos relevantes como ser habitat, tipo de actividad, tiempo de exposicion al vector, zona geografica, procedencia y otros (9).
Benedict takes an essentially Thomistic view of conscience as the application of moral knowledge itself grasped by synderesis, linking both to his anthropology through the Platonic notion of anamnesis or recollection.
To start with Hormonal Regeneration(R) your hormonal status will be assessed by laboratory tests, special anamnesis, and a medical check-up, determining the degree to which the activity of your hormonal glands has declined.
But she fails to compare these to late ancient interpretations of Platonic anamnesis, surely a more pertinent point of comparison than Ernst Cassirer's Kantian 'transcendental unity of apperception' (162).