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    Default A doctor in clinic

    I am a doctor seeing a patient with diabetes in clinic. Which way of asking is correct?

    How long is your diabetes?
    How long do you have diabetes?
    How is have you been having diabetes?

    Also, which way to inform the patient about the report is correct?

    The ultrasound report 'said' your kidney is affected.
    The ultrasound report 'says' your kidney is affected.

    Thanks!

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    jlinger is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: A doctor in clinic

    How long have you had diabetes?
    The ultrasound shows that your kidney is affected.

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