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a piece of work that exploits or builds on earlier work

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an activity that continues something that has already begun or that repeats something that has already been done

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a subsequent examination of a patient for the purpose of monitoring earlier treatment

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Table 3 showed that at first followup, 20 (90.9%) cases in the intervention group and only 9 (56.2%) in the control group had spasticity scores [less than or equal to] 1 when the duration of hemiplegia was less than 1 week and the finding was statistically significant (P = 0.024).
Although surgical evacuation is a settled opinion in the management of epidural hematomas, the opinion of conservative followup has made its ground in bonds in the literature.
Donors were followed from first repository donation to cancer diagnosis, death, or the end of study followup (December 31, 2009), whichever came first.
We present a prospective study of a case series with a maximum followup of 132 months, and 50% of the cases exceeding 5 years of followup.
As seen in Figure 1, patients with previously failed VBG had a significant decrease in BMI following RYGB (47.7 [+ or -] 7 kg/[m.sup.2] to 35 [+ or -] 7 kg/[m.sup.2] at 24-month followup, P = 0.0007).
The present study was conducted to investigate if there is a prognostic implication of having cellular debris in anterior vitreous in the development of obvious ocular involvement in the followup of patients with BD without any ocular symptoms.
At followup in the EMBs of n = 17 patients in regard to the immunohistological staining, the number of neither T-lymphocytic nor macrophage infiltrates was increased.
Data available from 51 studies that have been run between 1977 and 2002 confirmed that depressive symptoms were assessed in 33% (29-36%) among all stroke survivors at any time during followup [23].
We performed a retrospective review of the patients' files and collected data of demographics, anatomical localization of tumour including depth, histological description of tumour (histology, classification, surgical margin, and tumour size), imaging results from PET/CT, MRI, X-ray of chest and CT of chest, ultrasound scan, and bone scintigraphy performed at the initial workup and afterwards during clinical followup, which lasted a mean of 5.8 years (range: 0.1-15.8) for all patients (n = 45).
Poor countries insist that Western nations sign up to deeper, more urgent cuts in carbon emissions under a followup, second commitment period for the Kyoto Protocol, and agree to a new funding package from 2013 to help them cope with worsening drought, flood, storms and rising seas.
Patients were again contacted twice in the next 24 months either by telephone, or in a subsequent clinic visit, (see Table 1) for followup, to determine one of the following three outcomes:
One of the areas in outpatient practices subject to error is the followup of abnormal lab results.
So it is with the X-Men, and this stunning followup has the X-led good mutants having to team up with Magneto's villains to defeat Brian Cox's evil military scientist.
AMY MACDONALD A Curious Thing (Mercury) THE Glaswegian singer-songwriter returns with an ambitious followup set that's highlighted by Don't Tell Me That It's Over, a big, bold song that showcases Amy's distinctive voice and witty lyrics.