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medical history


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n medical history the case history of a medical patient as recalled by the patient
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In literature:

There is on record the history of an insane medical student in Dublin who extirpated both eyes and threw them on the grass.
"Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine" by George M. Gould
If I recover, of course I can write an exhaustive monograph on the whole history of the disease in the British Medical Journal.
"Hilda Wade" by Grant Allen
The distribution of the Medical and Surgical History of the War is yet to be ordered by Congress.
"A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents: Ulysses S. Grant" by James D. Richardson
The medical history of the British army in India teaches the same lesson.
"Grappling with the Monster" by T. S. Arthur
There are a large number of writers of Arabian medicine whose names have secured deservedly a high place in medical history.
"Old-Time Makers of Medicine" by James J. Walsh
He devised a program for presenting medical history in a way which would be of interest both to the public and to the profession.
"History of the Division of Medical Sciences" by Sami Khalaf Hamarneh
In "A Contribution to the Medical History of New Hampshire," by Prof. A.
"The History of Dartmouth College" by Baxter Perry Smith
It has the record of each man in its files, knows his official character, his medical history, and so on.
"Scotland Yard" by George Dilnot
You have Docchi's medical record, but you probably don't know his complete history.
"Accidental Flight" by Floyd L. Wallace
It's unique in medical history.
"Mask of Death" by Paul Ernst
It is universally conceded to contain the last words on the history of medical development.
"The Popes and Science" by James J. Walsh
Genealogies were studied and medical histories compiled.
"Homo-culture" by Martin Luther Holbrook
One of the most difficult operations known to medical history, and a rarity, was performed by Drs.
"The Complete Story of the Galveston Horror" by Various
They all were here now in the wilds of northern New Jersey because they knew they were making medical history.
"Syndrome" by Thomas Hoover
It was probably one of the most brilliant periods in medical history.
"Education: How Old The New" by James J. Walsh
There is evidence, too, in Greek medical history that these directions were followed by many practising physicians of those early times.
"Makers of Modern Medicine" by James J. Walsh
A complete medical history is kept of every soldier and of every officer from the time he enters the service until he retires, resigns, or dies.
"Current History: A Monthly Magazine of the New York Times, May 1918" by Various
The first six of these deal under different heads with the medical history of the Crimean War.
"The Life of Florence Nightingale vol. 1 of 2" by Edward Tyas Cook
No one who reads it can wonder that Adams had a worldwide reputation for his knowledge of medical history.
"Surgical Instruments in Greek and Roman Times" by John Stewart Milne
He devised a program for presenting medical history in a way which would be of interest both to the public and to the profession.
"Smithsonian Institution - United States National Museum - Bulletin 240" by Anonymous

In news:

Medical history is best kept out of small talk .
Medical history is best kept out of small talk.
Apaydin, she said, told her father his only choices were IMRT or surgery and, because of his complicated medical history, surgery wasn't an option.
The American medical school is now well along in the second century of its history.
"They can take a complete medical history and conduct simple skin challenge tests to determine the cause," he said.
The patient is a 55-year-old white man with no significant medical history.
Your health-care provider knows your medical history and can tell you how to use prescription drugs safely.
The State Street woman who perished when fire swept her home, had a history of smoking while using medically prescribed oxygen.
A digital information exchange allowing authorized doctors in North Texas to see a patient's medical history will soon become a reality.
Donor's Medical History is Crucial Component to Child's Health.
When the Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle was losing money for the first time in its history, CEO Dr Gary Kaplan turned to an unlikely place for help: giant automaker Toyota.
Timothy Brown made medical history when he became the first patient who was essentially cured of HIV, after receiving a stem cell transplant from a person who was genetically resistant to the infection.
With his $100 million gift for medical school scholarships, David Geffen will be the largest donor in UCLA history.
Donor 's Medical History is Crucial Component to Child's Health.
The medical history and current health situation of a patient is evaluated before the organs are used.

In science:

One example occurs in medical diagnostics in mental health in which one may want to classify patients as “low risk” or “high risk” for relapse based on observed medical history.
Small Sample Inference for Generalization Error in Classification Using the CUD Bound
Given a large database of patients with each patient described by various features (height, age, family history, smoker or not, etc.), one would like to learn a function that predicts from these features whether or not a patient has a given medical condition (diabetes, for example).
Active Property Testing