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Parallel construction is also important in lists, whether run in or set off by bullets or some other device (see Enumerations in 8.2.2, Punctuation, Comma, Semicolon, Colon, Semicolon, and 19.5, Numbers and Percentages, Enumerations).

After completing this CME exercise, readers should be able to

  • identify the causal mechanism of the disease;

  • describe the most common symptoms;

  • understand the limitations of pharmacologic treatment.

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