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.
The comparison of the d-group with the v-matched group is of particular interest, because it speaks directly to the theoretical questions about discrepant pupils and is not merely related to general low ability overall.
Compiled from essays written over a fourteen year period, and always careful to posit how a nimbus of social and aesthetic associations animates a poem, novel, or argument, Discrepant Engagement straddles boundaries as it agitates them yet never seems disjointed or ill-informed in its traversings.
If you add in the cost of running an international credit department, losses on credit decisions for open-account sales, or the transaction cost of preparing documentation for letters of credit and correcting discrepant letters of credit, the export value and cost-effectiveness of factoring increase substantially.
LMP = Last menstrual period TABLE 2 Percentage of Discrepant cases where scan gave closer prediction Discrepancy in estimated date of delivery % of discrepant cases (days) where scan more accurate than LMP (95% confidence interval) >=1 (n=285) 56(45 to 66) >=2 (n=246) 56(39 to 61) >=3 (n=207) 58(46 to 70) >=4 (n=180) 60(47 to 72) >=5 (n=159) 66(52 to 79) >=6 (n=135) 67(51 to 80) >=7 (n=117) 69(52 to 83) >=8 (n=87) 76(57 to 90) >=9 (n=75) 76(55 to 91) >=10 (n=69) 78(56 to 93) >=11(n=60) 75(51 to 91) >=12 (n=54) 78(52 to 94) >=13(n=42) 86(57 to 98) >=14(n=30) 90(56 to 100) >=15 (n=30) 90(56 to 100) n= number of discrepant cases LMP = Last menstrual period
Results were determined as discrepant if the results >50 [micro]g/L for undiluted samples differed from the results for the corresponding diluted samples by [greater than or equal to] 20%, or if results <50 [micro]g/L for undiluted samples differed from the results for corresponding diluted samples by >20 [micro]g/L.