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Things followup often describes (“followup ________”)
study, period, studies, care, visits, data, examinations, visit, interviews, questions, examination, interview, action, work, activities, evaluation, survey, report, question, results, appointments, letter, periods, services, information, calls, program, treatment, assessment, appointment, call, sessions, meeting, procedures, research, session, testing, questionnaire, letters, tests, investigation, evaluations, reports, meetings, measures, actions, contact, interval, assessments, surveys, article, observations, investigations, story, procedure, discussion, test, contacts, phase, questionnaires, support, plan, sample, conference, exams, counseling, programs, car, scan, angiography, intervals, stories, scans, efforts, discussions, experiment, mailings, cultures, training, radiographs, project, samples, therapy, monitoring, observation, album, articles, imaging

How followup often is described (“________ followup”)
year, term, month, long, careful, clinical, median, close, mean, medical, longer, average, longterm, further, regular, prospective, adequate, longitudinal, postoperative, appropriate, routine, subsequent, minimum, short, extended, outpatient, frequent, patient, immediate, week, periodic, systematic, angiographic, logical, intensive, extensive, longest, necessary, serial, continued, prolonged, inadequate, radiographic, consistent, lifelong, ongoing, naturalistic, posttreatment, closer, latest, controlled, psychiatric, elastic, thorough, prompt, timely, five, retrospective, yearly

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