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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Overall, our results support that immunization in cattle with dendrimeric peptides [B.sub.2]T and [B.sub.4]T can elicit humoral and cellular immune responses and confer partial protection against a heterologous virus challenge that is associated with the induction of solid T-cell responses as well as of an anamnestic antibody response.
Gender analysis showed that the anamnestic symptoms were more prominent with women, while clinical symptoms were to a lesser extent more common with men.
A woman in her 1940s without a history of (hypo)manic episodes, drug/alcohol abuse, and anamnestic characteristics or a family history of mental illness was brought to our hospital one night for emergency treatment of palpitations and dyspnea.
Correlation of Oxidative Stress and Signs of Parthanatos with Anamnestic Data and Clinical Parameters.
In contrast to prehospital choking, where the typical anamnestic setting (e.g., onset during a meal, or kids having played with small objects) and the sudden onset of coughing are directing towards the correct diagnosis of a foreign body airway obstruction, both aspects are not valid in the postoperative setting and thus the correct diagnosis may be more difficult.
In this case, patient was studied using a 1.5T MRI that, due to its resolution, was unable to confirm EH; therefore, diagnosis was based on clinical and anamnestic data.
The patient presented a negative anamnestic history in his family for altered dentition.
According the anamnestic data there was sanguineous discharge, sniffing and leaking in genital area, as well as presence of blood in urine.
Furthermore, an anamnestic response may develop during an acute febrile illness, such as malaria, in people with past Salmonella infection or history of vaccination against Salmonella [1].
Anamnestic data have been analyzed (age, sex, duration of DM, history of arterial hypertension, dislipidemia, and hyperuricemia), as well as paraclinical data (urea, creatinine, uric acid, cholesterol, triglycerides, A1c, and urinary albumin-to-creatinine ratio).
Finally, all participants in the vaccine group who developed HEV had antibodies with high or moderate avidity, indicating an anamnestic response from previous immunity.