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We'll send the results from your medical exam in about two weeks.

Hi,

The above is a stand-alone sentence from an English magzine for senior high kids here.

I wonder why it's "the results from your medical exam" instead of "the results of your medical exam." Are they both right? Thanks.
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Yes, they're both OK. I agree that 'of' is the more usual.
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Thanks, Mister.

Got it