the recollection or remembrance of the past; reminiscence.
Platonism. recollection of the Ideas, which the soul had known in a previous existence, especially by means of reasoning.
the medical history of a patient.
Immunology. a prompt immune response to a previously encountered antigen, characterized by more rapid onset and greater effectiveness of antibody and T cell reaction than during the first encounter, as after a booster shot in a previously immunized person.
(often initial capital letter) a prayer in a Eucharistic service, recalling the Passion, Resurrection, and Ascension of Christ.
Just a few words concerning mnemotechnique, mnemonic, and anamnestic.
Criminal Psychology Hans Gross
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
noun (pl) -ses (-siːz)
the ability to recall past events; recollection
the case history of a patient
“recollection, remembrance,” 1650s, from Greek anamnesis “a calling to mind, remembrance,” noun of action from stem of anamimneskein “to remember, to remind (someone) of (something), make mention of,” from ana “back” (see ana-) + mimneskesthai (see amnesia). Related: Anamnestic.
anamnestic an·am·nes·tic (ān’ām-něs’tĭk)
Of or relating to the current or previous medical history of a patient.
Aiding memory; mnemonic.
anamnesis an·am·ne·sis (ān’ām-nē’sĭs)
n. pl. an·am·ne·ses (-sēz)
A recalling to memory; recollection.
The complete case history of a patient.
- Anamnestic reaction
anamnestic reaction anamnestic reaction n. Augmented production of an antibody due to previous stimulation by the same antigen.
any of the vertebrates of the group Anamnia (Anamniota), comprising the cyclostomes, fishes, and amphibians, characterized by the absence of an amnion during the embryonic stage. noun any vertebrate animal, such as a fish or amphibian, that lacks an amnion, chorion, and allantois during embryonic development Compare amniote
Optics. having or producing unequal magnifications along two axes perpendicular to each other. of, relating to, or created by anamorphosis or . adjective of, relating to, or caused by anamorphosis or anamorphism adj. 1904, in geology; see anamorphosis + -ic. Cinematographic use dates from 1954.
- Anamorphic lens
a compound lens or system of lenses that compresses the camera image in the horizontal direction during filming, so that a wide-screen image can fit on the width of conventional 35-mm film. a similar system used in projection that horizontally expands the compressed image back to its original wide-screen aspect ratio. noun a component in […]