correct way to type 5 10? (as in 5 feet, 10 inches)
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Inches and feet are not metricno decimels. nm
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Sorry, meant to type foot OR feet incisions. nm
Subject: Sorry, meant to type foot OR feet incisions. nm
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Subject: Examining feet = *Feet are 1 to 1 in distribution*....TIA
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Subject: 61.5 inches? the doctor said
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Pediatrics, on vital signs. Pt is 47 inches, 46 pounds in weight, has an s/l "LFC" of 21.5 in
Subject: Pediatrics, on vital signs. Pt is 47 inches, 46 pounds in weight, has an s/l "LFC" of 21.5 inches.
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Subject: what is the correct way to type the following:
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Subject: is it correct to type mid..
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Subject: Correct way to type HER2/neu?....Thanks.....nm
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Subject: Anyone know the correct way to type hem onc? sm
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Is there a correct or preferred way?
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Subject: that is correct; type as dictated.
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Subject: Could someone help with correct way to type labs. Please see message.
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Subject: Trying to find correct way to type cryac  sm
This is liquid nitrogen. Googled and found CryAc, Cryac, and CryAC.
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