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subclinical

 [sub-klin´ĭ-kal]
without clinical manifestations; said of the early stages or a very mild form of a disease.

sub·clin·i·cal

(sŭb-klin'i-kăl),
Denoting the presence of a disease without manifest symptoms; may be an early stage in the evolution of a disease.

subclinical

/sub·clin·i·cal/ (sub-klin´ĭ-k'l) without clinical manifestations.

subclinical

(sŭb-klĭn′ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Not manifesting characteristic clinical symptoms. Used of a disease or condition.

sub·clin′i·cal·ly adv.

subclinical

[-klin′ikəl]
Etymology: L, sub + Gk, kline, bed
pertaining to a disease or abnormal condition so mild that it produces no symptoms.

sub·clin·i·cal

(sŭb-klin'i-kăl)
Denoting the presence of a disease without manifest symptoms; may be an early stage in the evolution of a disease.

subclinical

Of a degree of mildness, or of such an early stage of development, as to produce no symptoms or signs.

subclinical

disease state, before signs and symptoms become overt

sub·clin·i·cal

(sŭb-klin'i-kăl)
Denoting presence of a disease without manifest symptoms; may be an early stage in disease evolution.

subclinical,

adj pertaining to an illness or condition in its earliest stage; having no symptoms or readily discernible signs.

subclinical

without clinical manifestations; said of the early stages or a very mild form of a disease, e.g. subclinical disease, infection, parasitism, or when a disease is detectable by clinicopathological tests but not by a clinical examination.
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16 Our objective was to determine the frequency, modes of clinical presentation and indications for replacement therapy in a cohort of patients with subclinical hypothyroidism (SCH).
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