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followup

On Usenet, a posting generated in response to another posting (as opposed to a reply, which goes by e-mail rather than being broadcast). Followups include the ID of the parent message in their headers; smart news-readers can use this information to present Usenet news in "conversation" sequence rather than order-of-arrival. See thread.
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Shortterm followup showed that LVEF and LVIDd, which were subnormal preoperatively increased to normal postoperatively.
The Canadian Urological Association (CUA) guidelines for adults would suggest followup cystoscopy for all patients at three months, followed by cystoscopy with cytology at 12 months, and then annually for Ta low-grade tumours.
Her followup appointment should have been scheduled for 1 week.
Alas, the followup telecast just dished out more of the previous day's gimmicks, so it ended up as a dudwith a thud
Excellent at first followup, lost to second followup--two wrists, too little time to judge.
After 30 days, medical records were reviewed and providers contacted to see if any followup actions took place, such as contacting the patient about the abnormal lab result and/or implementing treatment.
Locate 20 new flower designs in a followup to Sharon K.
In Mirpur yesterday, India avenged their World Cup defeat to Bangladesh with a five-wicket win (MS Dhoni defying cramp to hit 91) and are 4-11 to followup at the same venue tomorrow.
A fun followup to HALIBUT JACKSON, NUTMEG stands well alone and requires no previous familiarity with the author to succeed--but any who read NUTMEG will find themselves enchanted, and looking for HALIBUT JACKSON.
A two-out single by Rafael Furcal gave them a 1-0 lead in the third, and Kenny Lofton's followup single put Furcal on third base, from where he was easily able to score when Jacobs muffed a pickoff throw from pitcher Anibal Sanchez (4-2).
It is an important data point within many others, for which the quality of the output will depend greatly on clear definition of the objectives, correct setup, the right vendor to conduct it, the best interpretation and followup of the results.
bishops' 1983 letter The Challenge of Peace and their 10th anniversary followup letter, The Harvest of Justice is Sown in Peace, Jegen shows the movement as presenting "nonviolence as a morally praiseworthy position for individuals" to positioning nonviolence as central to Catholic social thought for individuals and institutions.