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July 24, 2014

Posts by Leslie-To:Writeacher


Total # Posts: 27

GRAMMAR
Dear MS. Writeacher - Thank You 1.(4). Since the previous scan, the patient has undergone surgery leaving a distorted and small right hemithorax. I put the comma here because you could start a new sentence with The Patient ..... 2.(5). The remainder of the visualized aspects o...

GRAMMAR
Correct Punctuation, Spelling, Grammar etc. 1. Here's the slice of cake you asked for. 2. You should always check your grammar, spelling, and punctuation when transcribing. 3. He denies any fever, chills, night sweats, and weight loss. 4. Since the previous scan the patien...

GRAMMAR - MT
Proofreading. Clean up the following sentences by identifying and correcting misspellings and misused/incorrect words. QUESTION: 1.Urolithiasis is another name for one of the following: uretral stone, kidney stone, or renil stone. Medical word building knowlege teaches that th...

GRAMMAR-MT
Proofreading. Clean up the following sentences by identifying and correcting misspellings and misused/incorrect words. QUESTION 1.The patient's distented abdomen over the cholecystetomy incision was a source of discomfort. ANSWER: The patient's distended abdomen over t...

GRAMMAR - MT
Clean up the following sentences by identifying and correcting misspellings and misused/incorrect words. Question: 1. Perforation of the tympantic membrane was beleived to be the cause of the patient's vertigoe and myringitis. ANSWER: 1. Perforation of the tympanic membran...

GRAMMAR - MT
Clean up the following sentences by identifying and correcting misspellings and misused/incorrect words. QUESTION: 1. The patient's epistaxis was treated with silver nitrite after dried blood in the nasal secretions were removed. ANSWER: 1. The patient's epistaxis was ...

English Grammar
To Marjorie, Hi my name is Leslie - are you taking Medical Transcription I am taking MT and these grammar questions look familiar - where are you in the course - (because grammar comes up in several modules)

GRAMMAR
Answer: The psychiatric resident asked the patient why she came to the hospital, to which the patient replied, "I have no idea." Answer: People in the order-processing department, you must admit, process orders promptly. I believe these are now properly punctuated a...

GRAMMAR
Still waiting for an answer to the corrected answers. Thanks again for your help I printed off the commas section on that website. Thanks

GRAMMAR
Answers: 1. Do you put a comma after Idaho 2. #6. = quotation marks. The question is, "Who will sign the patient's discharge summary?" or The question is: who will sign the patient's discharge summary?

GRAMMAR
Punctuate and capitalize the following sentences appropriately. 1. next year the company plans to open offices in seattle washington boise idaho and harrisburg pennsylvania ANSWER: Next year the company plans to open offices in Seattle, Washington, Boise, Idaho and Harrisburg,...

GRAMMAR
Punctuate and capitalize the following sentences appropriately. 1. the psychiatric resident asked the patient why she came to the hospital to which the patient replied i have no idea ANSWER: The psychiatric resident asked the patient why she came to the hospital to which the p...

Grammar
Determin if the following sentences are: run-ons, fragments, or correct as is. 1. Because subtle changes can reveal future abnormalities. FRAGMENT 2. The neck is prone to injury, especially with repetitive motion and awkward positioning. CORRECT as is

Grammar
Determin if the following sentences are: run-ons, fragments, or correct as is. 1. Because subtle changes can reveal future abnormalities. FRAGMENT 2. The neck is prone to injury, especially with repetitive motion and awkward positioning. CORRECT as is

GRAMMAR
Determine if the following sentences are run-ons, fragments, or correct as is. 1. It is great news that the new laptop arrived yesterday after I had waited one week and I made several calls to check on it in shipping billing and invoicing. RUN-ON 2. Heart revealed regular rate...

GRAMMAR
QUESTION: example - adverb He does not work here any more. Question: When is it one word and when is it two words.

GRAMMAR
Question: After 5 p.m., the nurse will be unable to see her ( anymore, any more.) Answer: = anymore Why is this the answer? Thanks

Grammar
Question: When two words act as a single modifier, or adjective, for a noun, this is called a/an ________. a. compound modifier b. coordinating conjunction c. adverb modifier d. prepositional phrase ANSWER: a. compound modifier

Grammar
Question: When two words act as a single modifier, or adjective, for a noun, this is called a/an ________. a. compound modifier b. coordinating conjunction c. adverb modifier d. prepositional phrase ANSWER: a. compound modifier

GRAMMAR
Thank you - Found a definition: the simple predicate is the verb or verb phrase in the sentence. I told you I would be back - just gearing up for the real GRAMMAR NIGHTMARE ahead of me in the months to come on Medical Transcription. Thanks again, Leslie

GRAMMAR
It sounds to me like it has more to do with the VERB - therefore the ANSWER would be FALSE.

GRAMMAR
Question: A predicate is the part of the sentence that always contains a noun or pronoun. TRUE FALSE The predicate is one of the two main parts of a sentence - The other being the subject. The predicate is said to modify the subject. (a statement or action) - 50-50 guess. Why ...

Grammar
Determine if the following sentence is correct or incorrect. The patient had a difficult time recovering the wouldn's dressing. ANSWER: incorrect WHY - we ruled out that the ' is correct. Should there be a comma after time - or just bad sentence structure??? Thank You

Grammar
True or False Is the following sentence properly functuated. The young appearing patient went to the doctor's office. Answer is FALSE My question is WHY? - Is it BAD sentence structure - we have ruled out that the apostrope is CORRECT. Should there be a comma after patient...

Grammar
Properly punctuated - True or False 1. The young appearing patient went to the doctor's office. answer = false no apostrophe needed. Thanks Leslie

Grammar
I went to the above link. wound is in regard to the dressing - so it would be possessive. Answer: keep the apostrophe.

Grammar
Hi - I am back - Question: Determine if the correct or incorrect terms of punctuation. 1. The patient had a difficult time recovering the wound's dressing. correct incorrect I don't think there needs to be an apostrophe.

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