Fulminant hepatic failure in biby together with childred linked with advantitious paracetamol.

asked Dec 08 '13 at 23:45 Hussain Bello New member

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This is not a sentence.  It is a very long clause (sort of) that could be the subject of a sentence, but you need at least a verb for the subject. 


Biby, childred, and advantitious are not words.  It is likely you have misspelled baby, children, and adventitious, but I still don't have any idea what you are trying to say.  I did look up the words I am unfamiliar with to help me understand.  In laymen's terms, your phrase says:

Acute liver failure in baby together with children linked with accidental aspirin. 


This is just as nonsensical to me as the original.  I am sorry I can't help you any more than that.

link comment answered Dec 09 '13 at 01:08 Patty T Grammarly Fellow

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