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revision

Medspeak-UK
Reviewing (US). Studying, especially to prepare for an exam.

Surgery
The evaluation of a surgical wound.

revision

Medical communication A manuscript that has been submitted for publication in a peer-reviewed journal, which addresses the questions asked by the reviewers. See Manuscript NIHspeak Any change in a study's protocol which occurs between initial submission and CTEP approval and official filing Vox populi The alteration of a thing.

revision

(in taxonomy) the summary and re-evaluation of previous knowledge, including new material and new interpretation if present.
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b) Prevalence of philosophically naive proponents of the revisionary claim or thesis.
Her revisionary analysis of this anatomical icon urges us to reread the history of anatomy differently, paying attention to what has been occluded in the establishment of medical empire.
The revisionary model of "Dover Beach" differs from a Romantic one in that we can no longer trust the first apprehension of a thing by the imagination (though Coleridge, at least, recognized "the belated, revisionary nature of consciousness" [Mileur, p.
The propositional, experimental tone of the book's introduction draws the reader into the revisionary project of setting literatures in dialogue, to let them unsettle one another, and the essentializing assumptions of the field's usual practices.
Within these narratives, the "gothic" becomes a recuperative, revisionary idea that makes monstrosity not only a fixed, paralyzing moment of horror, but also a catalytic space where agency and progress, hope and being are possible--as they are for Big Boy, and Gilda, and Sethe and Paul D in the closing pages of their respective texts.
Since they won't tell us what his job at Exxon Mobil is supposed to be, here's my suggestion: why not send him to Alaska where he can put his revisionary talents to even better use?
More sophisticated revisionary psychiatric diagnosis today leans toward manic-depression.
Findlay's urging of humanities research to be more visible, present, and engaged in the revisionary task of "indigenizing" the academy through new forms of interaction and engagement has provided the occasion for undertaking this progressive intellectual commitment.
My argument does not foreclose on alternative and revisionary accounts of national-defense and the ethics of war.
I've always said, and I don't think I'm being" revisionary here," says Michael Stipe of R.
Following the operation, there may be need for revisionary surgery, but that very much depends on the scope of the primary surgery and the way the skull reacts.
The styling is all the better for revisionary work carried out a couple of years back, the car's appearance benefits from the wider grille, lower front and rear valances and a new headlighting set-up, all of which combine to provide an even more positive, muscular look to the countenance of the 3 Series Saloon.