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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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Then at a three-month followup visit a detailed clinical, ECG, radiologic and echo evaluation were done.
Specific pediatric risk factors and appropriate followup regimens remain as yet poorly defined, and careful reporting of diagnosed cases is essential to elucidate these in the future.
2 percent of the alerts were not acknowledged by the provider, lack in the timely followup was seen in 6.
The FDA, working with the Forum for Collaborative HIV Research, had set a public meeting in January on long-term followup of patients enrolled in these trials.
Patti Beilling, our PAO, may followup with an email.
As a followup to this acquisition, we are actively pursuing other ad-supported publishing opportunities in healthcare.
It is evident in an average work week where hands-on time ranges from 18 to 22 hours; however, Brousseau says she works a 40-hour week once assessments are performed, followup questions are answered and the education components are factored in.
Beneficiaries from the baseline sample are surveyed again 2 years later (the followup data collection).
The questionnaire was administered 1 month after discharge from the hospital, and at the end of the followup period.
Since the early 1990s, the commission and the Bureau of Labor Market Information, with assistance from the Unemployment Compensation Program Services Bureau, have jointly developed rehabilitation/wage-record followup reports by matching wage records to rehabilitation clients by Social Security number.
An assignment involved followup interaction between the faculty-participants and the instructing librarian via email.
A followup study was conducted with the nonrespondents in the Web group to investigate reasons behind their decision not to complete the survey.
The volume ends with a proposal for a followup conference, to be held in fall, 2004, on several of the topics these essays collectively suggest as central to the ongoing discussion of social history's prospects, beyond its current state and recent past.
Having been privileged to meet two of the African interns when they were in Howard County, MD, I was happy to read the followup report on the program.