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Coronary angiography, a sophisticated method for diagnosing [#permalink] New post 12 Jul 2007, 08:26
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Coronary angiography, a sophisticated method for diagnosing coronary disease involving the introduction of a dye into the arteries of the heart, is now administered selectively, because it uses x-rays to observe cardiac function.
(A) for diagnosing coronary disease involving the introduction of a dye into the arteries of the heart, is now administered selectively, because it uses
(B) for diagnosing coronary disease involving the introduction of a dye into the arteries of heart, is now administered selectively, because of using
(C) for diagnosing coronary disease, involves the introduction of dye into the arteries of the heart and is now administered selectively, because it uses
(D) to diagnose coronary disease that involves the introduction of a dye into the arteries of the heart, is now administered selectively, because it uses
(E) to diagnose coronary disease involving the introduction of a dye into the arteries of the heart, which is now administered selectively, uses

Is the correct form of idiom to diagnose or for diagnosis????
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 [#permalink] New post 12 Jul 2007, 08:37
I think I like the original A.

Even though I think I like to diagnose better than for diagnose. But both D and E seems to have errors in it.
D seems to me is the coronary disease is involved with introduction of dye, but it should be the method that is involved with introduction of dye.
E and addition of the word which seems to introduce a modification error.
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 [#permalink] New post 12 Jul 2007, 10:41
Modifier problem.

What involves the introduction of dye into the arteries of the heart? It's not the disease but "Coronary angiography"

I'll go with (C).
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 [#permalink] New post 13 Jul 2007, 20:43
the OA is C
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Re: SC coronary diagnosis [#permalink] New post 13 Jun 2011, 16:28
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Coronary angiography, a sophisticated method for diagnosing coronary disease involving the introduction of a dye into the arteries of the heart, is now administered selectively, because it uses x-rays to observe cardiac function.
(A) for diagnosing coronary disease involving the introduction of a dye into the arteries of the heart, is now administered selectively, because it uses
(B) for diagnosing coronary disease involving the introduction of a dye into the arteries of heart, is now administered selectively, because of using
(C) for diagnosing coronary disease, involves the introduction of dye into the arteries of the heart and is now administered selectively, because it uses
(D) to diagnose coronary disease that involves the introduction of a dye into the arteries of the heart, is now administered selectively, because it uses
(E) to diagnose coronary disease involving the introduction of a dye into the arteries of the heart, which is now administered selectively, uses

Is the correct form of idiom to diagnose or for diagnosis????
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hey Pawan,

request you to please underline the question.

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Re: SC coronary diagnosis [#permalink] New post 13 Jun 2011, 16:35
C, right usage of noun phrase and Commas...
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