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a piece of work that exploits or builds on earlier work
"his new software is a follow-up to the programs they started with"
an activity that continues something that has already begun or that repeats something that has already been done
follow-up, followup, reexamination, reviewnoun
a subsequent examination of a patient for the purpose of monitoring earlier treatment
The New Hacker's Dictionary
[common] On Usenet, a posting generated in response to another posting (as opposed to a reply, which goes by email rather than being broadcast). Followups include the ID of the parent message in their headers; smart news-readers can use this information to present Usenet news in ‘conversation’ sequence rather than order-of-arrival. See thread.
The numerical value of followup in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of followup in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of followup in a Sentence
What we do know from other studies that have documented changes in mortality and changes in life expectancy over time is that they are often associated with improvements in health care access, such as screening for chronic conditions, regular followup visits, taking medication regularly, where we live determines our health; it determines our quality of housing, the schools we attend, our employment opportunities.
If I close my eyes, it feels like they are still there, after the amputation, I was non-weight-bearing, so I laid in bed for a long time. I had several followup surgeries after the amputations, but now I'm doing good. I can do almost anything.
People with diabetes who slept badly were 12 % more likely to die over a nine-year followup period than people with diabetes who slept without frequent sleep disturbances.
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