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si·lent

(sī'lĕnt),
Producing no detectable signs or symptoms, said of certain diseases or morbid processes.

silent

/si·lent/ (si´lent)
1. noiseless.
2. producing no detectable signs or symptoms.

SILENT

Cardiology A clinical trial–Sonotherapy for In-Lesion Elimination of Neointimal Tissue

si·lent

(sī'lĕnt)
Producing no detectable signs or symptoms, said of certain diseases or morbid processes.

si·lent

(sī'lĕnt)
Producing no detectable signs or symptoms, said of certain diseases.

silent

produces no audible sound.

silent atria
see atrial standstill.
silent estrus
see silent heat (below).
silent heat
the behavior pattern in which the animal gives no behavioral signals that an ovarian follicle is maturing and rupturing although it is doing so or has just done so. Called also silent estrus.
silent lung
breath sounds absent on auscultation; occurs over collapsed lung or lung shielded by fluid, pus, solid tissue.
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The outcome of a silent heart attack is as bad as a heart attack that is recognised while it is happening," said Elsayed Z Soliman, director of the epidemiological cardiology research centre at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Centre, in the US.
The company's Silent Phone app, which encrypts VoIP and messaging services for any iOS or Android device, is now available in two subscription levels -- Basic and Plus.
Ultimately, The Silent History is here to remind us that while language may be our primary medium, there are still silent, unspoken ways to communicate real meaning.
The Silent Walk is also in Patent Pending status within the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
During the rise of silent films between 1912 and 1929 -- before network radio or television -- going to the movies became the most popular form of entertainment.
Fitted with high quality rubber steering, Powerthane bogie wheels, frames fitted with shock absorbing material to reduce vibration noise and adjustable rubber studs, the BT Lifter Silent operates at the volume of a normal conversation; a significantly lower level of noise for reduced indoor noise, in applications such as warehouses, shopping centres and public spaces as well as out of hour deliveries or deliveries in built up residential areas.
Having more than five sleep apnea episodes per night was associated with silent strokes.
Conclusion: There was no significant difference in the frequency of silent ischaemia amongst the two groups.