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Correctly punctuate the following sentences. Some do not need changes.
Correctly punctuate the following sentences. Some do not need changes.
"I explained to her and her daughter the severity of this injury and that her wrist would never function the same."
no comma needed
"She was admitted and monitored and no neurological injury was found."
monitored,
"This is an 83-year-old male with whom I am quite familiar who has an underlying problem of a more serious nature which is diabetes that has caused him to have premature atherosclerotic disease."
male,
familiar,
nature,
diabetes
"The red cells appeared normal with a rare fragmented cell seen."
normal,
"The patient is a pleasant 51-year-old black male who presented to the office of his new primary care physician Dr. Williams on the day of admission complaining of an episode of chest pain and palpitations which occurred about a week earlier."
physician,
Williams,
(no comma after "palpitations"; phrase that follows is essential
"He complained of palpitations and to rule out cardiac dysrhythmia a consultation with a cardiologist was obtained."
palpitations,
dysrhythmia,
"Over the past few months she has had episodic left-sided abdominal pain and pain behind her left breast which became severe and eventually she states she collapsed."
months, (optional)
severe,
eventually,
states,
Again in light of the fact that she has been on corticosteroids it would be somewhat unusual to develop pneumonitis and an atypical infection should also be in our differential."
Again,
corticosteroids,
pneumonitis
"He became combative violent and abusive and security had to be involved in subduing the patient and haloperidol 5 mg and Ativan 2 mg IM was used to help control the patient."
combative,
violent,(optional)
abusive,
patient,
"We then made a lateral incision beginning at the greater trochanter and extending distally and carried it down through the deeper subcutaneous tissues."
incision,
distally,