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anamnestic

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

(an'am-nes'tik)
1. Assisting the memory.
Synonym(s): mnemonic.
2. Relating to the medical history of a patient.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

anamnestic

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