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    #1

    Please edit the sence; it sounds awkward

    The pain nature is similar to that in the past when the patient was attacked by acute hepatitis, which led to his being multiple-hospitalized.


    The parts in bold sound especially awkward to me.

    Edit it please.

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    Re: Please edit the sence; it sounds awkward

    Quote Originally Posted by NewHopeR View Post
    The pain nature is similar to that in the past when the patient was attacked by acute hepatitis, which led to his being multiple-hospitalized.


    The parts in bold sound especially awkward to me.

    Edit it please.
    Yes, I agree and not only the parts in bold. I would restate as, "The type of pain experienced was similar to that which the patient experienced when he suffered an acute attack of hepatitis, followed by a period of hospitalization".

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