(redirected from complete examination)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia.
Related to complete examination: Physical examinations
  • noun

Synonyms for examination

Synonyms for examination

the act of examining carefully

a close or systematic study

a medical inquiry into a patient's state of health


a set of questions or exercises designed to determine knowledge or skill

Synonyms for examination

a detailed inspection of your conscience (as done daily by Jesuits)

the act of giving students or candidates a test (as by questions) to determine what they know or have learned

References in periodicals archive ?
Subsequently, the patient went to Baylor University Medical Center for DBE, the goal of which was to perform a more complete examination of the small bowel and to remove any large polyps that could account for the patient's symptoms.
Harley also provides the most complete examination currently available of the lives of Gibbons family members, from Orlando's grandfather Richard to his son Christopher.
The additional supportive chapters provide a well-rounded and complete examination of a critical area for correctional practitioners: when and how to administer the use of force in a correctional setting when the need arises.
To obtain a copy of Balanced Scorecard: Linking Strategy to Performance, which features case studies and a complete examination of the survey results, visit the Foundation's Web site at www.
Thomas Jefferson's famous `wall of separation' metaphor may have suffered this over extension, something certainly not supported by a complete examination of his legal philosophy nor the Constitution itself.
A complete examination provides a description of the subject's current mental functioning by assessing various aspects of the individual's cognitive and emotional states.
An application, a complete examination description, and the reading list will be available this fall.
There, I was given a complete examination and was told that I was all right and prescribed vitamin pills.
We sent a copy of the first page, which contained the significant medical information; a copy of the last complete examination, which also included results of routine laboratory studies; and a cover letter explaining what was included and inviting the physician to ask for the complete record if he or she wished it.
Yet a complete examination reveals no medical explanation.
As a bonus, we're also offering The Impact of iPads on Pharma: a Primer, which offers a complete examination of what the industry has learned about tablets and how the post-PC tablet is changing internal productivity, growth and sales.
The Broken Arrow operations will be suspended so that our team of expert consultants can conduct a careful and complete examination to determine the exact cause of the contamination.
Other proposals would reduce the time to complete examination of trademark applications, helping businesses that need to know their freedom to operate in a particular market.
The first release was a draft rule regarding sampling, and outlined methods that may be used in lieu of a complete examination of business records.
At first light this morning they were to do a complete examination of the scene and Robert's body will then be removed to hospital for a full postmortem examination to determine the cause of death.
Full browser ?