anamnestic


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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.

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.
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Table 1: Clinical parameters and anamnestic data of study groups.
As a re-infection, the maternal symptoms would be expected to be mild, but the infection could boost the women's natural immunity with a robust anamnestic antibody response.
We carried out the analysis of anamnestic and clinical data of newly diagnosed dogs with skin melanoma.
Among the discoveries in immunopathology attributed to Dr Hektoen are homologous erythrocyte hemagglutination during blood transfusions, the principles of the accelerated response following a booster shot (specific anamnestic reaction), and the use of adjuvants to augment the immune response.
During anamnestic data collection, the owner reported that sneezing occurred after the dog had been taken for a walk in a rural area close to his house.
Significance and anamnestic response in isolated hepatitis B core antibody-positive individuals 18 years after neonatal hepatitis B virus vaccination in Taiwan.
Enzyme potentiated hyposensitization II: Effect of glucose, glucosamine, N-acetylaminosugars and gelatin on the ability of beta-glucuronidase to block the anamnestic response to antigen in mice.
Andreasen (1987; 2005) in an anamnestic study conducted on 30 writers and Kay Redfield Jamison (1989; 1993) in a biographical study conducted on 36 eminent British poets, to be followed shortly by Trethowan (1977), Schildkraut, Hirschfeld & Murphy (1996), Post (1994; 1996), Ludwig (1994; 1995), Enachescu (1977), Cosman & Pirvu (2013).
Health status of the participants was assessed by anamnestic interview and questionnaire covering diseases of the cardiovascular, respiratory, gastro-intestinal systems, thyroid, liver, as well as metabolic diseases and psychiatric disorders.
Long-term anti-HBs antibody persistence following infant vaccination against hepatitis B and evaluation of anamnestic response: a 20-year follow-up study in Thailand.
Firstly, for quantitative estimation of subjective components of chronic visual fatigue in PC users anamnestic questionnaire monitoring was carried out in the following succession: nature of complaints, intensity of complaints, duration of complaints.
Exclusion criteria were: 1) anamnestic and clinical indicators that showed that patients suffered from diseases that were contraindicated for the application of the stated physical agents (acute and subacute thrombophlebitis, thrombosis, neoplastic disease, fever, etc.) and 2) pregnancy.