anamnesis


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anamnesis

 [an″am-ne´sis] (Gr.)
1. recollection.
2. a medical or psychiatric patient case history, particularly using the patient's recollections. Compare catamnesis.

an·am·ne·sis

(an'am-nē'sis),
1. The act of remembering.
2. The medical or developmental history of a patient.
[G. anamnēsis, recollection]

an·am·ne·sis

(an'am-nē'sis)
1. The act of remembering.
2. The medical or developmental history of a patient.
[G. anamnēsis, recollection]

anamnesis

The complete clinical case history of a patient. From the Greek anamnesis , a reminiscence.

an·am·ne·sis

(an'am-nē'sis)
1. The act of remembering.
2. The medical or developmental history of a patient.
[G. anamnēsis, recollection]
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In view of the above, we can observe that even if a good anamnesis is performed, children are often not able to adequately report the facts, due to oblivion or omission.
Now given this distinction between anamnesis and hypomnesis, Derrida's remarks regarding the archive shift into focus.
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