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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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We discovered that the patient was primed for an anamnestic response while still in a lag phase after antigen reexposure.
35) Following the inner logic of grace, as exemplified, for example, in worship, the Christian is aware of the divine presence in a manner that is both anamnestic and epicletic.
For Hegel, the spur of beauty in Plato's Phaedrus is what allows for the anamnestic recollection of the divine Idea that has been forgotten in earthly life.
Anamnestic predictions rely on past behavior in similar situations to predict the likelihood that the defendant will behave in the same way now.
Congruencies among interpretations of psychological test and anamnestic data.
Two studies--one in the first humans known to be injected with an experimental AIDS vaccine, the other in chimpanzees--are suggesting that this so-called anamnestic response could be a viable part of AIDS vaccination.
Additional anamnestic and clinical data were available for 3 patients: all spontaneously regurgitated the parasites without having other gastrointestinal complaints.
The attending pediatricians had to document demographic and anamnestic data, concomitant diseases and medications and conduct of the children at school, at home and in their leisure time.
For that reason, the distinction suggested here between technical and anamnestic reason is important not only for theology but also for anthropology; and in any case it is important if the human being is to be and to remain more than a bit of nature in a last unfinished experiment in biotechnology or neurotechnology.
Enzyme potentiated hyposensitization II: Effect of glucose, glucosamine, N-acetylamino-sugars and gelatin on the ability of beta-glucuronidase to block the anamnestic response to antigen in mice.
It is not an anamnestic immune response but due to already circulating HIT antibodies.
Based on the answers to these questions, the Anamnestic Dysfunction Index (Ai) according to Helkimo [1974] was assessed.