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inspection

 [in-spek´shun]
visual examination for detection of features or qualities perceptible to the eye.

in·spec·tion

(in-spek'shŭn),
Close examination.
[L. inspectio, fr. in- , into, + specio, to look]

inspection

The act by a regulatory authority of conducting an official review of documents, facilities, records and any other resources that the authority deems to be related to the clinical trial, which may be located at the site of the trial, at the sponsor's and/or contract research organisation's (CRO's) facilities, or at other establishments deemed appropriate by the regulatory authority.

Inspection

The visual examination of the body using the eyes and a lighted instrument if needed. The sense of smell may also be used.
Mentioned in: Physical Examination

in·spec·tion

(in-spek'shŭn)
Close examination.
[L. inspectio, fr. in- , into, + specio, to look]

inspection,

n the visual examination of the body or portions thereof, which is an integral phase of the physical or dental examination procedure.

inspection

visual examination for detection of features or qualities perceptible to the eye.

antemortem inspection
see antemortem inspection.
postmortem inspection
inspection of all organs and tissues for evidence of disease which would make the meat unsuitable for human nutrition.