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medical history

[′med·ə·kəl ′his·trē]
(medicine)
An account of a patient's past and present state of health obtained from the patient or relatives.
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Most often, this scenario arises when limited clinical history is available and nonspecific histologic findings are seen that would require an exceptional degree of assumption on the part of the examining pathologist to definitively interpret.
In metastatic melanoma, misdiagnosis also occurs when an appropriate clinical history is not available.
6) The first stage of the nursing process, the clinical history, is characterized as a deliberate, systematic and continuous process, which is implemented with the help of various methods and techniques to obtain information about the person, family or community, as well as their responses to the health and disease process.
12) Female, 76y Posterior, Mitral valve complete replacement, survival Pathologic Signs or Pathology of Clinical History of Ruptured Papillary HTN Muscle Current Case Cardiomegaly, LVH, Acute infarct (ischemic history of HTN necrosis) Lazar et al.
We describe a case of 4 year old female child, whose clinical history, cutaneous and histopathological findings fit into the description of atrophia maculosa varioliformis cutis.
On the sole discretion of the caller, medical history would be asked which includes complete information on age/ sex/ marital status/ location/ medical history & clinical history.
Professor Ferrante says the blood test is far more effective than previous indicators, such as a family's clinical history, or measuring the allergy-inducing antibody IgE.
In this study, the baseline global scores for the veterinary assessments were very close to the owners' scores, suggesting that owners were providing a useful clinical history that correlated well with the veterinary surgeon's physical examination.
Web outreach and the software behind it also helps technologists and pathologists manage the transportation, receipt, integrity, and examination of specimens along with maintaining demographic and clinical history data.
5%, a prior clinical history of neuropathy, and/or use of aspirin may flag patients with type 2 diabetes who are at higher risk of mortality with intensive glycemia treatment.
The clinical history and presentation were strongly suggestive of a stress fracture of the middle third of the ulnar shaft.
a Vancouver-based company focused on redosing or reformulating drugs with clinical history for new or expanded indications, announced a series of positive experiments involving the systemic bioavalibility of amphotericin B following oral administration, iCo-009 is iCo's oral formulation of Amphotericin B, a broad spectrum antifunga] drug, which currently can only be delivered by intravenous infusion.

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