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    use of "as" with a comma

    We will see him back in 1 month with a repeat x-ray of his right ankle at that time, as the fracture line is still visible.

    Does the comma go before "as" in this sentence or not?

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    Re: use of "as" with a comma

    It is fine where you put it, and it can't go anywhere else.

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