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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SECOND PROCESS: HAYDARPASA NUMUNE TRAINING AND RESEARCH HOSPITAL (DATE/NUMBER) C/10 DELAY FOR ONE YEAR COMPLAINTS: CLUMSINESS IN HANDS AND DIFFICULTY IN WALKING ANAMNESIS AND EXAMINATION: 22-YEAR-OLD MALE WHO WAS FOLLOWED-UP IN NEUROLOGY POLYCLINIC BECAUSE OF HAVING DEMYELINATING LESIONS IN CRANIAL MRI PERFORMED 2 YEARS AGO WAS ADMITTED WITH BLURRED VISION 4 MONTHS AGO AND WAS DIAGNOSED AS HAVING OPTIC NEURITIS AND WAS GIVEN STEROID TREATMENT.
A careful anamnesis is as important as extensive paraclinical exams.
% (95% CI) Women with the first pregnancy 14 9.6 (4.8-14.5) Women without delivery in anamnesis 30 20.7 (14.1-27.3) Women with a pregnancy in anamnesis 118 81.4 (75.0-87.7) ended with a life birth Women with a missed abortion in 0 0 the first trimester in anamnesis Miscarriage in the first trimester Criteria 143 Abs.
Reconsidering anamnesis by re-evaluating the biography of life conditions leads to the goal of psychosomatic medicine to create a pathography, understanding illness not as an accident, but in relation with the patient's past.
However, with careful anamnesis, thorough physical examination, and close follow-up it would be possible to make a certain diagnosis of birth trauma.
At the second moment, the same assistant dermatologist evaluated the patient face-to-face, using the same dermatoscope and having access to anamnesis data (sex, age, location and time of the injury evolution, local symptoms, personal or family history of melanoma, comorbidities, and relevant aspects of the anamnesis), defining the dermatoscopic structures and / or pattern analysis, diagnosis, and procedures.
After the dentist questioned the child of whom would have put the elastic band, she reported that she had forgotten to say it in the anamnesis, but she herself had put the elastic band found on the school floor.
By repeating, we will remember, says Theuth's argument, thus serving anamnesis, or the "recollection of spiritual truths through genuine, living wisdom, [for Plato,] through philosophy" (Leitch 36).
Based on the results of the present study, it can be said that with a proper examination and a proper anamnesis, one can predict a person's electrodiagnostic outcome, when one does not have access to EMG.
In our study, we found higher rates of fall anamnesis during the last 12 months and fear of falling in SLE patients compared to the controls.
In the introduction, Viala discusses her central concept of anamnesis caribensis: "a self-cognitive method produced by cultural nationalisms in the 1990's" (p.
Along with the patient's anamnesis, radiological examination and vitality test findings, dislocation of teeth, injuries of periodontal tissues and percussion analysis findings should be considered.