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tardive

 [tahr´div]
late; applied to a disease in which the characteristic lesion is late in appearing.

tar·dive

(tar'div),
Late; tardy.

tardive

/tar·dive/ (tahr´div) [Fr.] tardy; late.

tardive

(tär′dĭv)
adj.
Having symptoms that develop slowly or appear long after inception. Used of a disease.

tardive

[tär′div]
Etymology: L, tardus, late
describing a disease in which a period of time passes between exposure and the first symptoms.

tar·dive

(tahr'div)
Late; delayed.

tardive

late; applied to a disease in which the characteristic lesion is late in appearing.
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