discrepancy


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discrepancy

A difference of opinion between the original interpretation (e.g., in histopathology or radiology) and the interpretation at review, which is considered as an error if the discrepancy is confirmed by two independent reviewers.
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The objective of this study was to determine the relationship between Anterior Tooth size discrepancy with dental Class I and Class II malocclusion groups in patients seen at BUMDC dental outpatient department.
9% [n = 86) of discharge documents contained some discrepancy on the admission and discharge medication reconciliation form.
Factor Concentrate (ATC code B02BD02) 27,000,000 (-) 25% discrepancy
Tao devised a full solution proving that Erdos was right: The discrepancy can grow infinitely large.
The extant research on sexual desire discrepancy has had some important limitations that our research seeks to address.
Discrepancy Comparison Pre-Intervention Post-Intervention Period Period Months January-March 2012 April-December 2012 Number of charts 86 239 evaluated Number of charts with 67 116 discrepancies Proportion of charts 0.
At the completion of the study a noninferiority test (1-sided binomial test) was performed to compare the major discrepancy rate and minor discrepancy rate between the WSI rereview and the microscope slide rereview.
Research also suggests that the greater the discrepancy between perceived body size and independent observers' ratings of body size, the more body image disturbance and lower self-esteem.
The 4th quarter of 2010 showed a slight drop off in the overall discrepancy rate for background checks, with misrepresentation related to previous employment making up 75 percent of those discrepancies," said Mr.
I recommend that we think of leg length discrepancy in any patient with nontraumatic hip pain and test for it in the exam room.
According to SCT, the process of discrepancy production is thought to be a relatively common occurrence for valued tasks because people tend to seek self-satisfaction by progressively improving task performance, which is accomplished through the elevation of performance standards (i.
The "Red Flags and Address Discrepancy Rules," which implement sections of the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003, or FACT Act, were issued by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the National Credit Union Administration, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Office of Thrift Supervision, and the Federal Trade Commission.