I am writing something similar to a review article about a scientific insight that connects and streamlines a number of seemingly different previous results.
In the introduction, I give an example of one of those previous results and say something like
In Section X, we discuss how this and other previous results in Topix X follow from our result.
(Not really using 'result' twice, this is just to set the stage.)
I now want to say something like the following, but am not sure how professional and scientific it sounds:
Another example, which seems to not have been discussed in previous literature, would be ...
I am trying to say that using our insight you can not only do previous things but you can also do more and they will easily produce novel results. Note that I only want to formulate the possibly novel problem, the article is not actually going to follow up on it (though I did actually work it out myself to be sure I'm not proposing nonsense)
The focus of the paper is really the explanation of the insight and the derivation of old result starting from this insight.
I am pretty sure that I read smooth formulations saying the same thing in another paper before, but I couldn't find it.
This is my first post on this site, and I apologize if asking for phrases is not what this site is for.