Word Choice

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can/maycan indicates the ability or power to do something; may refers to possibility or permission
case/patienta case is one particular instance that can be evaluated and reported, and a case is observed; a patient is a person receiving medical care, and a patient can be followed
compose/comprisecompose means “make up” or “make.” The parts compose the whole; comprise means “is made up of” or “consists of.” The whole comprises the parts
continual/continuouscontinual means start and stop, like rain; continuous means never-ending

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