A peer review, also known as a "peer-to-peer review" or a "medical peer review" is when a physician reviews the medical records and provides an opinion based off these records. It is presented in the form of a written report. A plastic surgery peer review is exactly the same thing, but specifically for a patient who has had - or may require - plastic surgery.
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