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case history

noun as in record of what happened

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To be sure, “The Hidden Spring” sometimes steers into heady territory as Solms tours through contemporary neuroscience, psychoanalytic theory, case histories and philosophy of mind.

The latest penalties are calculated using each hospital case history between July 2016 and June 2019, so the flood of coronavirus patients that have swamped hospitals this year were not included.

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Over the years, a spiral notebook sat by the phone and eventually became part case history, part family history.

This sudden freedom followed a long and torturous case history, much of which traveled along paths well worn.

In each case history is blent with speculation in nearly the same proportions.

He could have found that out by checking her case history—if Handicap Haven had one on file.

In each case history was rewritten and the past rediscovered in the light of the new age.

The case history places the wound in the right thigh, and the posterior surface of the leg lay next to the photographic plate.

What the case history of the Greeley Expedition proves is that in the determining number of men, the potential is sound.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to case history, such as: medical history, anamnesis, case study, dossier, medical record, and psychiatric history.

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