rereview

rereview

(ˌriːrɪˈvjuː)
vb (tr)
to review again
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The patient came to one of our hospitals for treatment and brought the slides for rereview.
Prepare a draft, wait a few minutes, rereview, and then ask yourself the following questions before you hit send;
Molecular alterations of TP53 are a defining feature of ovarian high-grade serous carcinoma: a rereview of cases lacking TP53 mutations in the cancer genome atlas ovarian study," International Journal of Gynecological Pathology, vol.
Currently, seven petitions requesting that the Supreme Court rereview the contraception mandate process are pending.
They resolved discrepancies in assessments through a joint rereview of transcripts and developed a final consensus rating based on discussions.
By highlighting the difficult cases for rereview, ALC ensures quality labels for examples that are ambiguous, and potentially more informative for classification.
However, quantitative buffy coat analysis (QBC; Becton Dickinson, Le Pont de Claix, France) showed numerous spirochetes, which prompted a rereview and careful analysis of the slides, during which spirochetes were infrequently seen.
Intrarater reliability (between primary reviewers): Finally, to examine the reliability of individual reviewers over time, we assessed agreement at the level of the primary reviewers by conducting a rereview of the first 5 percent of medical records (12 records) at each site.
The availability of original medical records enables investigators to rereview all data using contemporary standardized criteria.
A rereview of the presurgical CT revealed that the same bony defect had in fact been present prior to the tumor resection (figure 3).
and we were attempting to go back and rereview and try to make clear what we were trying to get across, and we couldn't understand why it was going to be reversed.