catamnesis

[kat-am-nee-sis]

noun, plural cat·am·ne·ses [kat-am-nee-seez] /ˌkæt æmˈni siz/.

a medical history following the onset of an illness.

Origin of catamnesis

Related formscat·am·nes·tic [kat-am-nes-tik] /ˌkæt æmˈnɛs tɪk/, adjective
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catamnesis in Medicine

catamnesis

[kăt′ăm-nēsĭs]

n.

The medical history of a patient following an illness; the follow-up history.
Related formscat′am•nestic (-nĕstĭk) adj.
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