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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2] * 17% overburdening obstetric and gynecologic anamnesis * 15% iron deficiency anemia * 9% hypertension * 27% extragenital infections and non-infectious diseases Newborns, * 39 (84.
ovis should be considered as a possible differential diagnosis, especially when proximity to small ruminant farms is reported in the anamnesis and usual antimicrobial and/or anti-inflammatory treatments result to be ineffective.
7 In this case the diagnosis was made by Lichtenberg figures before anamnesis.
En Anamnesis el padre, tendido en una cama de hospital y cuidado por un enfermero/bufon, trae a la memoria/su presente--aunque al final gire el enfoque--, a sus tres hijas, o a una sola triplicada o dividida por aspectos de caracter.
Tests are more likely to reveal accurate results when evaluated with together with anamnesis [5, 11, 13, 37, 14].
Por anamnesis se pudo conocer que la paciente convivia con otros felinos y caninos, que no se encontraban afectados, asi como tampoco los propietarios.
The anamnesis of the patient showed that he suffered from a sharp pain in the left costal margin during the last year.
En la anamnesis se encontraron antecedentes familiares de supernumerarios.
Centros de terapias holisticas, tiendas de productos alternativos y centros de espiritualidad oriental dan pie a una investigacion que define lo que los autores denominan anamnesis de lo sagrado.
also uses traditional sociological concepts to analyze what is going on in the global church since Vatican II--concepts such as the routinization of charisma, amnesia and anamnesis, desacralization, and public piety versus personal spirituality.
We agree with the literature that advises a careful anamnesis and medical consultation for a full investigation into possible pathological conditions or potentially malignant transformation of these accessory tissues (2, 4, 8).