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recuts

Surgical pathology Glass slides–GSs from paraffin-embedded tissue, obtained in addition to the original GSs, to either confirm the presence of a lesion identified on the first GSs or obtained for a second opinion, requested by the Pt or referring physician. Cf Levels.
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In these works Farocki recovers, recuts, and reframes archival images, largely drawn from institutional records, industrial films, instruction videos, surveillance tapes, and home movies, of such subjects as labor practices, production models, training methods, weapons tests, control spaces, and "everyday life" (as it is still, somewhat optimistically, called).
My detailed inspection of the ditch filling sequence has prompted one observation which arose from work at Etton, where we were able to identify a series of deliberately placed deposits which filled the bottom of (at least) three successive recuts in most of the ditch segments.
I wanted to take the conventions of the genre and stand them on their head," Fitzgerald says, adding that the film's refusal to provide a definitive explanation of the point-of-view shift (or indeed of its key event) resulted in a dispute with the distributor who demanded recuts to the film to make things clearer.
The idealistic Milagrosa has her realistic counterpart, an elderly seamstress who sews her mistress's white garments and later recuts the cloth for other purposes.
The attorney may have to obtain microscopic slides directly from the pathologist If recuts are not available and the pathologist will not release the original slides, most advanced microscopes will make color photographs of the image observed under the lens Finally, some institutions take photographs of the baby and placenta before the autopsy begins The parents may have taken photographs of the baby (probably not of the placenta), which may also be useful