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supranasal and superonasal - see msg

Posted: Aug 25th, 2010 - 9:36 pm In Reply to: Doc dictates "supranasal" but isnt it "superonasal conjunctival fornix". Not in - traci

In my experience, dictators seem to use these two terms interchangably, sometimes using one, and then other times using the other.

But since both terms have basically the same meaning, I transcribe them as dictated. Whichever one the dictator uses is the one that I will type.

Of course, I'm also on a verbatim account, but my feeling is that if they dictate "superonasal" that's what they want, and if they say "supranasal" then that's the one they want. And like I said, it really doesn't matter all that much since they both have the same meaning anyway.

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