nondisease

non·dis·ease

(non'dis-ēz'),
Absence of disease when a specific disease is suspected but not found.

non·dis·ease

(nondi-zēz)
Absence of disease when a specific disease is suspected but not found.

nondisease

a diagnosis reserved for cases in which abnormalities are observed in examinable functions but in which no disease can be demonstrated.
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Published studies to date have used characterised disease and nondisease single bleed patients as opposed to a longitudinal series of specimens from single patients (2,11-13).
Note that at no point during the conversation does Laing assert that he considers schizophrenia to be a metaphor, that is, a nondisease.
Approximately 53,000 curated exposure statements comprise information for 609 chemical stressors, 245 diseases, and 146 nondisease phenotypes, studied in 98 different countries (see Table S1).
Melatonin appears to have no effect on control nondisease retina [26] and its safety after long-term use has been proved by human clinical study [67].
The term, body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) has been formerly attributed to wide array of nomenclatures in medical literature as dysmorphophobia, dysmorphic syndrome, dermatologic hypochondriasis, or dermatologic nondisease in different contexts.
For example, until recently, one company, 23andMe, offered direct-to-consumer genetic testing for a number of nondisease traits including avoidance of errors, eating behavior, food preference, measures of intelligence, memory, muscle performance, and pain sensitivity.
sup][3],[4],[5] However, up to now, it is still unclear what causes the pathological conversion from nondisease to disease.
Thus, we define subcohort concordance, discordance, and nondisease probabilities as
Anyone can be diagnosed, not just the 55% of Americans now estimated to be mentally ill--and all of those so diagnosed with catch-all nondisease, nondisorders like "adjustment disorders" can get lifelong government subsidized therapy and drugs.
The key parameter in patient spectrum is the difference in the measured test parameter between the disease and nondisease cases.
While understanding memory per se holds clinical implications for diseases like AD, nondisease related memory deficits (once thought to be the sole province of frauds and dunces) are receiving scrutiny in a less morally charged atmosphere through the objective lens of science.
bilateral prophylactic mastectomies) for nondisease.