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anamnestic

 [an″am-nes´tik]
1. pertaining to anamnesis.
2. aiding the memory.

an·am·nes·tic

(an'am-nes'tik),
1. Assisting the memory. Synonym(s): mnemonic
2. Relating to the medical history of a patient.
3. Related to boosting immunity by repeated vaccination.

anamnestic

/an·am·nes·tic/ (an″am-nes´tik)
1. pertaining to anamnesis.
2. aiding the memory.

anamnestic

[an′amnes′tik]
1 pertaining to amnesia or memory.
2 pertaining to the immunological memory and the immune response to an antigen to which immunocompetent cells have been exposed.
3 pertaining to the current or previous medical history of a patient.

an·am·nes·tic

(an'am-nes'tik)
1. Assisting the memory.
Synonym(s): mnemonic.
2. Relating to the medical history of a patient.

anamnestic

Of an immunological reaction that is enhanced by a repeated exposure to an ALLERGEN.

anamnestic

1. pertaining to anamnesis.
2. aiding the memory.

anamnestic response
a secondary immune response; occurs with a second or subsequent exposure to an antigen. The antibody or cell-mediated response is more rapid and greater than occurred following the primary exposure.
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Because of the risk for an anamnestic response, twice-daily antibody screens and DATs were initiated, along with testing of the Hct and bilirubin every 6 to 8 hours (Figure).
Because the Church "represents humanity," authority for anamnestic events is given fundamentally to it rather than to individuals (ibid.
Moreover, natural exposure to HBV long after primary vaccination results in an anamnestic increase in anti-HBs that protects against both clinically significant acute and chronic HBV infection.
In 2013, a total of 271 healthy volunteers, residents of 2 rural communities in southeastern Bolivia, Bartolo (Hernando Siles Province, Department of Chuquisaca) and Ivamirapinta (Cordillera Province, Department of Santa Cruz), completed a questionnaire interview asking for anamnestic data (sex, age, fever attacks, history of tick bite or transfusion) and provided blood samples for testing.
After the diagnosis of hyperthyroidism had been made according to anamnestic data, clinical examination, signs of hypermetaboilism, suppressed TSH level and increased free fraction levels of serum thyroid hormones, TRAb level was determined in all patients.
The survey consisted of collection of clinical and anamnestic data and laboratory studies (general blood test and determination cytokines level).
Anamnestic responses require on the order of 3 to 10 days, whereas primary alloimmunization requires at least 2 to 3 weeks (Figure 1).
Anthropometric data, duration of observation, anamnestic data- arithmetic means and in brackets standard deviations LE CG Age (years) 56.
It does not pertain to the anamnestic form in which Christ's words are recited.
All anamnestic items are easily elicitable by a family physician.
In this context, these data identified an anamnestic antibody response after exposure to an infected tick in 2015 and suggest that some level of protective immunity to R.