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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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Similarly, discrepancies have also been reported in the annual statements of Aftab Shaban Merani, Khalid Lund, Noor Mohammad Shah Jilani, Sikandar Ali Raho Patto, Abdul Shakoor Shah, Shaista Pervez, Nusrat Wahid and Shahnaz Baloch.
PPCRV, however, said that these discrepancies would have no major impact on election results.
This was true for correlations between actual: ought and actual: ideal discrepancies and both religious coping variables.
This shows a decline in import trade discrepancies of about $35.596 billion last year, $34.925 billion in 2017 and $32.641 billion in 2016.
Furthermore it also reveals that surgical concerns are likely to be more in those Pakistani working Women who scored higher on their level of thin ideal internalization, moreover thin ideal internalization is more in those women that show body image discrepancies.
To analyse commonly occurring ABO group discrepancies in order to standardise resolving procedure and avoid delay in pretransfusion testing.
Several authors22 proposed new methods to study tooth size discrepancies. However, these suggestions need to be tested in clinical studies and, for now, the Bolton analysis prevails as an effective clinical tool for assessing various relationships of upper to lower dentitions.
On Wednesday, the Federal Reserve, FDIC, NCUA, OCC, and the CFPB said they expect financial institutions to adopt policies and practices designed to avoid, reconcile and resolve discrepancies. They warned financial institutions that their deposit-reconciliation practices for transaction and non-transaction accounts could violate the FTC Act or Dodd-Frank Act in addition to Regulation CC when those practices result in credit discrepancies.
AmbMR was a shared responsibility between nurses (registered nurses and licensed practical nurses) who conducted the BPMH and identified discrepancies, and nephrologists who reconciled the discrepancies.
For layered cases, Figures 5(a) and 5(b) show the normalized discrepancies in sample mean and STD for [E.sub.x.sup.N], effective Young's modulus when the elementary soil mass is subjected to x direction displacement-controlled loading (parallel to layers).
Knezevic reported that pain scores at rest correlated well with ODI in 65% of patients, while mild discrepancies were present in 30% of patients, moderate discrepancies in 4%, and severe discrepancies in 1%.