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here is some more info pasted inside for you - sm

Posted: May 1st, 2019 - 8:07 pm In Reply to: sorry, Do not place a hyphen after the single letter unless the term is used is used - as a compound modifier, nm

When a term is used as a compound modifier, insert a hyphen between the capital letter and the other part of the compound modifier.
T-wave abnormality
ST-segment depression
Non-Q-wave myocardial infarction ST-segment and T-wave abnormality
NOTE: There is no such thing as an “ST wave” or an “ST-T wave,” but it is common practice for providers to dictate the “ST segment” and the “T wave” together. Care should be taken to transcribe these references in a way that does not imply an “ST wave” or “ST-T wave.”
Dictated: STT wave abnormality.
Transcribe: ST and T-wave abnormality or ST-T-wave abnormality NOT: STT-wave abnormality or ST-T wave abnormality


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