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anamnesis Saltos de línea: an|am¦nesis
Pronunciación: /ˌanəmˈniːsɪs/

Definición de anamnesis en inglés:

sustantivo (plural anamneses ˌanəmˈniːsiːz)

[mass noun]
1Recollection, especially of a supposed previous existence.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • So, the early Christians looked two ways: forward and backward, or upward and downward; there was a keen sense of anamnesis (remembering of the past) and anaphora (referring to the future).
  • Behan's recollection of his heroic role in the Rising is anamnesis, par excellence, of course.
  • The use of the concepts of amnesia and anamnesis, counter- and auto-hegemony, remembering and re-remembering, provide a theoretical frame for the writing in keeping with postcolonial scholarly discourse.
2 [count noun] Medicine A patient’s account of their medical history.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The results of this case emphasized the vital importance of an occupational history anamnesis of patients suspected of having sarcoidosis.
  • A striking aspect of these anamneses concerns the reports of women who gained weight after an assisted delivery with expression.
  • The present invention relates to the use of at least one hydrolytic enzyme for the prophylaxis of abortion in pregnant women with habitual idiopathic abortion in their anamneses.
3 Christian Church The part of the Eucharist in which the Passion, Resurrection, and Ascension of Christ are recalled.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The influence of Brand on the document was palpable and emphasized anamnesis, community with Christ and his body, the church, Eucharistic sacrifice, and the foretaste of the Messianic banquet.
  • He twice uses the term ‘represent’ with its unmistakable reference to the Latin anamnesis, usually associated with the making present of Christ's one atoning sacrifice in the celebration of the Eucharist.
  • This is called anamnesis, and it is the basis for our understanding of the Mass.

Origen

Late 16th century: from Greek anamnēsis 'remembrance'.

Palabras que riman con anamnesis

amniocentesis, ascesis, catechesis, diesis, exegesis, mimesis, prosthesis, psychokinesis, telekinesis

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