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2% were abandoned (neither recollected nor relabeled/corrected).
The significant associations, detailed in Table 5, were as follows: longer specimen processing delays tended to occur in institutions with higher occupied bed size; higher rates of laboratory-abandoned specimens tended to occur in laboratories that communicate to the patient's caregiver that the specimen is rejected without providing any direction for specimen replacement; and higher rates of provider-abandoned specimens tended to occur in institutions that train pathology residents/fellows or that do not allow improperly labeled chemistry or hematology blood specimens to be relabeled without requiring the specimen to be recollected.
The policy should also address relabeling of specimens that either cannot be recollected (eg, surgical pathology specimens), or that cannot be recollected without potential harm to the patient (eg, cerebrospinal fluid or other body cavity fluid specimens, bone marrow aspirate/biopsy specimens).
In this example, one recognizes this as Simmias' picture, but Socrates does not say that one has recollected Simmias.
Now, in the everyday example, the link between object perceived and object recollected is a subject to be reflected upon.
Greatly dissimilar in objective and achievement, these books are somehow complementary; and each is well worth reading: ``About Town'' as a sensitive and objective account of an inimitable cultural entity; and ``Gone'' for the passion, recollected in relative tranquility, of a participant who sorely misses the squandered loss of something uniquely good.
Embroidery, a process of manual labor that evolves over time, becomes a form of narration and of reelaboration of recollected images.
I was born on a farm 13 miles from town,'' Miriam recollected.
These splotches constituted a second plane of the image; rather than touching on a recollected reality via associations or effects of recognition, this plane functioned as a screen linking the spatial-physical reality and the pictured one.
Updating one of the artist's most obsessively recurrent motifs, this film used the cinematic image to stage the privileged relationships that are established in all Sarmento's work among recollected visual perceptions, the imagined structure of desires, and the labor of artistic creation.
These emotive signs seem to freely associate, but their cumulative intensity suggests a passion recollected in abstract tranquility.