inapparent


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in·ap·par·ent

(in'ă-pār'ent),
Not apparent; beneath the threshold of clinical recognition, as an inapparent infection.
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A recent modeling analysis estimated that 84% of DENV transmission is attributable to persons with inapparent infections because these persons are more mobile (12).
In these studies, the Inhibition ELISA method was used to detect total antibodies in acute and convalescent samples from suspected dengue cases, as well as to detect inapparent dengue virus infections in the Pediatric Dengue Cohort Study using healthy annual samples (27, 28).
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In the period from August 2004 to March 2011, there were 448 symptomatic and 1,606 inapparent laboratory-confirmed DENV infections among 5,541 children who participated in the study over the years [27].
The escamoteur knows how to make inapparent. He is expert in a hyper-phenomenology" (159).
The clinical symptoms are then largely inapparent with small punctures at the bite site.
caballi infected equids are clinically inapparent and carrier animals can show the clinical signs if exposed to any stress.