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.
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2012) in order to stratify older adults into nondisease and nonservice-specific risk profiles (Lynn et al.
It can look like the symptom of a disease, but often is caused by nondisease problems, such as excessive water.
difficile cases, when in fact these patients have nondisease conditions of lesser clinical and epidemiologic significance.
showed that liraglutide did not influence serum insulin level in nondisease mice; however, corticosterone-induced hyperinsulinemia was alleviated by liraglutide [33].
However, unlike ANA, the remaining autoantibodies did not reach statistical significance, likely due to the lower prevalence of these immune markers in our nondisease population.
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. So, what is going on?
score [32] was the incorporation of nondisease specific measures including markers of healthcare use (e.g., hospitalizations) and functional status (e.g., falls, dementia), contrary to the other available risk prediction models for mortality in adults with CKD that mainly focus on traditional risk factors.
We hypothesize that the feature association patterns derived from the EHRs can uniquely distinguish a disease group from the nondisease group.
For a particular type of pest disease images, the gray value of lesion and nondisease area is in different gray range.
As shown in Figure 5, the results demonstrate that 13 nondisease pathways out of 15 pathways enriched within multiple targets of XGDP could be the key factors contributing to the anti-PD effect, such as neuroactive ligand-receptor interaction (degree = 13), calcium signaling pathway (degree = 6), cholinergic synapse (degree = 5), regulation of actin cytoskeleton (degree = 4), cAMP signaling pathway (degree = 4), dopaminergic synapse (degree = 4), retrograde endocannabinoid signaling (degree = 4), gap junction (degree = 4), sphingolipid signaling pathway (degree = 3), serotonergic synapse (degree = 3), TNF signaling pathway (degree = 3), and estrogen signaling pathway (degree = 3), and the other pathways interact with at least 2 potential targets.
Many physicians currently consider mesenteric lymphadenitis a nondisease and its symptoms unexplained.