routine recall

routine recall

A UK term of art for the recalling of a woman for a repeat cervical screening at the interval deemed to be routine (e.g., 3 or 5 years) by the health authority responsible for her surveillance and care.
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The sample was sent to Quest Diagnostics and it came back negative with a recommendation for a routine recall.
In the recall appointment after one and half year, the patient came for routine recall appointment.
"Recent discussion seems to advise against writing "routine recall" for any early tests.
After the routine recall procedures of scaling, topical fluoride application, oral hygiene recommendations and an examination that revealed no restorative needs, Annie was placed on a four-month recall.
No more than a routine recall for loveable comic cowboys.
The errors included using "RR" for women needing a routine recall in three years' time and "Recall Recall" for women needing to return for immediate assessment.
The errors included using the initials 'RR' for women needing a routine recall in three years' time and 'Recall Recall' for women needing to return for immediate assessment.
Sacramone said, but a routine recall of the licenses.
ON a routine recall, my daughter's smear showed borderline changes and they called for a repeat in six months.
Routine recalls of mangoes, sprouts, bagged lettuces and other produce have some shoppers worried.
They developed cancer between initial checks by the East Devon Breast Screening Service and routine recalls.