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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

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

sub·clin′i·cal·ly adv.

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.

sub·clin·i·cal

(sŭb-klin'i-kăl)
Denoting presence of a disease without manifest symptoms; may be an early stage in disease evolution.
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Mainly by changing milk color and inflammation of udder, subclinical mastitis has struck in different countries including Pakistan, Ethiopia and Poland (Mungube et al., 2005; Islam et al., 2010; Sztachanska et al., 2016).
(6) Furthermore subclinical hypothyroidism raises a controversy regarding the approach to its treatment & management and nearly 2-5% of subclinical cases of hypothyroidism annually can progress to overt hypothyroidism.
Bratu and his colleagues said that subclinical peripheral joint inflammation on MRI had previously been a common finding in patients who had skin psoriasis but no clinical signs of psoriatic arthritis.
The aim of the study was to determine the use of QT in comparison with CMT and SCC in the diagnosis of subclinical mastitis.
In patients with thyroid dysfunctions, autonomic disturbances are observed (9), however, these impairments have been more often described for overt thyroid diseases, and the results of previous studies concerning the presence of similar alterations in subclinical diseases are still a matter of debate.
Martin Feller, M.D., from the University of Bern in Switzerland, and colleagues conducted a systematic literature review to identify randomized clinical trials that compared thyroid hormone therapy to placebo or no therapy in non-pregnant adults with subclinical hypothyroidism.
Subclinical hypothyroidism was recorded in 15% of the study population.
as studies on subclinical hypothyroid patients have shown variable results and as almost half of SCH patients may progress to overt hypothyroidism and the annual percent risk being increasing with the serum TSH levels, [7] research in this area is necessary.
Subclinical hypothyroidism was 8.5%, clinical hypothyroidism was 4.9%, subclinical hyperthyroidism was 3.5% and clinical hyperthyroidism was found in 1.4% of type 2 diabetic patients.
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Plasmodium species, the causative agent of avian malaria, are intraerythrocytic parasites that can cause signs ranging from subclinical infection to severe acute disease.