all the relevant information or material gathered about an individual, family, group, etc., and arranged so as to serve as an organized record and have analytic value for a social worker, student, or the like: used especially in social work, sociology, psychiatry, and medicine.
a record of a person’s background, medical history, etc, esp one used for determining medical treatment
case history n.
A detailed account of the facts affecting the development or condition of a person or group under treatment or study, especially in medicine, psychiatry, or psychology.
- Case integration services
case integration services standard, programming (CIS) A committee formed to discuss CASE tool integration standards related to ATIS. (1994-10-25)
the person who records in the casebox a tally of cards as they appear in the box.
a knife carried or kept in a case or sheath. a table knife. Historical Examples By and by he came down, smoking a cigarette, and was met by this woman flourishing her case-knife. A Mortal Antipathy Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. While thus employed, he told me to feel in his coat-pocket for a case-knife. Pelham, […]
law established by judicial decisions in particular cases, instead of by legislative action. Historical Examples Circumstances might arise in which case-law might be applicable. Parenthood and Race Culture Caleb Williams Saleeby noun law established by following judicial decisions given in earlier cases Compare statute law See also precedent (sense 1)