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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Thus, in a late IgG response to a primary exposure or when secondary exposure leads to an anamnestic response, the IgG avidity is high.
PCV-7 elicits a T-dependent immune response that leads to anamnestic response on challenge, is effective in infants, and reduces nasopharyngeal colonization of S pneumoniae.
plasma-derived vaccine in children: immunogenicity and anamnestic responses.
Investigations to detect a possible common source in the affected obstetric unit comprised anamnestic and clinical examination of hospital staff members and the newborns' mothers, surface swabbing (e.
The initial set of features including demographic and anamnestic data (age, gender, history of hypertension, diabetes, hyperlipidemia requiring treatment, smoking habits, alcohol consumption), clinical characteristics on admission (systolic and diastolic blood pressure, and heart rate), biochemistry and biohumoral response on admission (hemoglobin, troponin, urea, creatinine), and left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF) formed the basis of the study.
Delayed hemolytic transfusion reactions (DHTRs) are caused by anamnestic responses of previously produced blood group alloantibodies.
To assess the dynamics of the disease, all patients underwent a standard comprehensive screening: clinical-anamnestic monitoring with clinical-psychopathological analysis of the mental status of patients, assessment of somatic-vegetative and neurological status of patients with heroin dependence in obtaining the necessary anamnestic information on their family history, development and morbidity in childhood, adolescence, with the evaluation and interpretation of these data with clinical and psychopathological items.
After collecting the demographic and anamnestic data including the clinical characteristics of the relevant symptoms, (cough, expectoration, dyspnea and respiratory chest pain) the subjects enrolled were prescribed an appropriate therapy, which included the administration of H.
Since this occurs within the fundamental existential reality of life in God, such religious acts are properly anamnestic, which is to say sacramental or symbolic in a way that recalls Christ and anticipates our future with him because they participate in the Church's sacramental action toward God's "real symbol," Christ.
The immunologic memory and long incubation period of hepatitis B infection allow most immunized persons who have low titers to mount an anamnestic immune response if challenged by HBV.
HRIG is unnecessary and should not be given in these cases because an anamnestic antibody response will follow the administration of a booster regardless of the prebooster antibody titer (77).