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- IPA: /ˌænæmˈniːsɪs/
- The ability to recall past events; recollection.
- (medicine) The medical history of a patient.
- (rhetoric) The mention of the past; quotation of exemplary authors from memory to establish one's authority.
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medical history of a patient