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review

 [re-vu´]
an assessment or appraisal.
peer review an evaluation by one's peers; see also peer review.
review of symptoms a detailed assessment of each body system, performed to ascertain the presence of deviations from normal.

re·view

(rē-vyū'),
Interpretation, evaluation, or oversight of research of data, literature, and research analysis of a topic. Compare: analysis, metaanalysis.
[Fr. revue, fr. revoir, to see again]

review

A term which, as defined in the context of UK social services, refers to the formal re-evaluation of an individual’s assessed risks, needs and personalised care plan at an pre-arranged time.

review

Medtalk The evaluation of a process by a person or party other than the person or party performing the task of interest. See Concurrent review, Drug price review, Drug utilization review, Health statistics review, Integrity review, Literature review, Peer review, Technical assistance review, Utilization review NIHspeak The concurrent oversight of research on a periodic basis by an institutional review board. See Clinical review, Grant compliance review.
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The American press discussed his life and work in numerous and lengthy reviews.
Come to me after the review and we will do what is possible.
Well then, on Friday after the review I shall expect you, Drubetskoy.
But two events of importance occurred in the quiet family circle during the lapse of years which is now under review.
I remember writing a review of a thin little volume--" I had begun carelessly, when she interrupted me.
I remember the review," she went on hastily, becoming aware of the awkwardness of her remark; "that too, too flattering review.
This story was published by the poet Nekrassov in his review and was received with acclamations.
And if I may judge from the reviews, many of these books are well and carefully written; much thought has gone to their composition; to some even has been given the anxious labour of a lifetime.
Put simply, peer review subjects scientists' work to the scrutiny of other scientists in the same field.
Michael Gennaco, chief attorney for the Office of Independent Review, said a death review should take about 90 days, but some have taken as long as 600 days -- completed so late that a statute of limitations then blocked disciplining any personnel involved.
The approach involves a voluntary agreement by firms subject to peer review to include their peer review reports in a secure board of accountancy access-only file.
Because account reconciliations are so important under Sarbanes-Oxley, companies should adopt a continuous improvement process with the goal of reconciling all accounts before the post-closing adjustment review process.