/ (ˌænæmˈnɛstɪk) /
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of or relating to anamnesis
immunol denoting a response to antigenic stimulation characterized by the production of large amounts of antibody specific to a different antigen from that which elicited the response
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Derived forms of anamnesticanamnestically, adverb
Words nearby anamnestic
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Just a few words concerning mnemotechnique, mnemonic, and anamnestic.Criminal Psychology|Hans Gross
Medical definitions for anamnestic
[ ăn′ăm-nĕs′tĭk ]
Of or relating to the current or previous medical history of a patient.
Aiding memory; mnemonic.
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