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Are the following sentences punctuated correctly?

Against medical advice, the patient left the hospital.

He does not, I believe, require antibiotics.

There is no history of nocturia hematuria frequency or urgency.

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    Yes, all are correct. The last one is awkwardly phrased, but the punctuation is correct.

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