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- n. Details about a patient's previous medical experiences, such as operations and medications taken.
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- n. the case history of a medical patient as recalled by the patient
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‘Obviously with Hebe expecting a baby the medical history of her birth parents would be real helpful,’ he added, with country-boy charm.
At the British Museum Reading Room he perused with great industry and research those works in philosophy and medical history which are the bases of “Paracelsus,” and those Italian Records bearing upon the story of Sordello.
Jan and David were well versed in the medical school mantra “When you hear hoofbeats, think horses, not zebras,” and so they stuck to Jan’s prior, known medical history rather than coming up with exotic could-be’s.
Minchmoor, and The Enterkine, were collected along with papers on art, and medical history and biography, in
Two weeks later, Jan sat on an examining table inside Alex Spyropoulos’s office, relaying to him a medical history that had stumped half a dozen physicians.