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asymptomatic

 [a″simp-to-mat´ik]
showing no symptoms or signs of a disease or disorder.

a·symp·tom·at·ic

(ā'simp-tō-mat'ik),
Without symptoms, or producing no symptoms.

asymptomatic

(ā′sĭmp-tə-măt′ĭk)
adj.
Neither causing nor exhibiting symptoms of disease.

a′symp·to·mat′i·cal·ly adv.

asymptomatic

[āsimp′təmat′ik]
Etymology: Gk, a, without, symptoma, that which happens
without symptoms.

asymptomatic

adjective Lacking obvious signs or symptoms of disease—usually understood to mean despite the presence of a pathologic condition.

asymptomatic

adjective Lacking obvious signs or symptoms of disease–usually understood to mean–despite the presence of a pathologic condition

a·symp·to·mat·ic

(ā'simp-tŏ-mat'ik)
Without symptoms, or producing no symptoms.

asymptomatic

Free of symptoms or not causing symptoms.

asymptomatic

without SYMPTOMS.

Asymptomatic

Persons who carry a disease and are usually capable of transmitting the disease but, who do not exhibit symptoms of the disease are said to be asymptomatic.

asymptomatic

absence of overt symptoms

a·symp·to·mat·ic

(ā'simp-tŏ-mat'ik)
Without symptoms, or producing no symptoms.

asymptomatic,

n the absence of any evidence or symptoms of illness or condition.

asymptomatic

showing no symptoms.
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