anamnesis

  1. the case history of a medical patient
  2. the ability to recall past occurrences

Anamnesis

An`am·ne'sis noun [ Greek ..., from ... to remind, recall to memory; ... + ... to put in mind.] (Rhet.) A recalling to mind; recollection.
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anamnesis

1. <psychology> A recollection. ... 2. A medical or psychiatric patient history, as opposed to catamnesis (follow up). ... 3. <immunology> Immunologic memory. ... Origin: Gr. Anamnesis = a recalling ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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anamnesis

(an″am-ne´sis) a medical or psychiatric patient case history, particularly using the patient's recollections. Compare catamnesis.
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Anamnesis

• (n.) A recalling to mind; recollection.
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anamnesis

a recalling to mind, or reminiscence. Anamnesis is often used as a narrative technique in fiction and poetry as well as in memoirs and ... [1 related articles]
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anamnesis

(Gr. anamnsis a recalling) 1. recollection. 2. a medical or psychiatric patient history, as opposed to catamnesis (follow-up). 3. immunologic memory.
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anamnesis

anamnesis 1. The recalling of things past; recollection, reminiscence; remembering. 2. When capitalized: the section of Christian liturgies rehearsing the sacrifice of Christ and ending, 'Do this in remembrance of me.'
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Anamnesis

[philosophy] In philosophy, anamnesis (s; ἀνάμνησις) is a concept in Plato`s epistemological and psychological theory that he develops in his dialogues Meno and Phaedo, and alludes to in his Phaedrus. It is the idea that humans possess knowledge from past incarnations and that learning consists of rediscovering that knowledge with...
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Anamnesis

[Christianity] Anamnesis (from the Attic Greek word ἀνάμνησις meaning reminiscence and/or memorial sacrifice), in Christianity is a liturgical statement in which the Church refers to the memorial character of the Eucharist and/or to the Passion, Resurrection and Ascension of Christ. It has its origin in Jesus` words at the Last Su...
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anamnesis

Type: Term Pronunciation: an′am-nē′sis Definitions: 1. The act of remembering. 2. The medical or developmental history of a patient.
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Anamnesis

(Gr. anamnesis) Calling to mind; recollection; in Plato, the process whereby the mind gains true knowledge, by recalling the vision of the Ideas which the soul experienced in a previous existence apart from the body. -- G.R.M.
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Anamnesis

The developmental history of a patient and of his or her illness, especially recollections.
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anamnesis

reminiscence; prayer recalling death and resurrection of Jesus
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