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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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In addition, in the absence of other intraluminal pathologies and aberrant morphology on multiphase CTA, the cause of symptoms in this patient appears to be (subclinically) impaired vascular function rather than intraluminal obstruction or anatomical malformation.
They have also found increased risk of microvascular complications like for diabetic nephropathy (OR 1.74), diabetic retinopathy (OR 1.42), and peripheral neuropathy (OR 1.87) and macrovascular complication like peripheral arterial disease (OR 1.85) in the subclinically hypothyroid diabetic patients when compared to other diabetic patients.
All HT patients were subclinically hypothyroid and were similarly treated by titrating thyroxine dose individually, as previously described [9, 26].
The occurrence of hyperprolactinemia in subclinically hypothyroid and overt hypothyroid children was 22 (30.98%) and 17 (51.51%), respectively, figures which were significantly higher as compared to euthyroid children (4.41%) (p<0.001).
To protect blood donors from becoming anemic and to assist those who are subclinically anemic, the donor population needs to be evaluated.
Swabs of conjunctival and choanal tissues may be most sensitive for detecting nucleic acid in subclinically infected birds.
In a cohort from UK the prevalence of SCH was reported as 7.5% in women and 2.8% in men.18 The Colorado study found 9% of the population to be subclinically hypothyroid; among subjects taking thyroid medication an even larger percentage (17.6%) were subclinically hypothyroid.2 In the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), a lower prevalence of around 4.3% was seen.7 Higher levels of TSH were observed with increasing age in this study cohort as reported earlier also.2
The two authors proposed that people could have these conditions subclinically, meaning they can still function well in society, even be perceived as pleasant and charming, and yet cause harm to people around them.
Flow cytometric differential cell counts in milk for the evaluation of inflammatory reactions in clinically healthy and subclinically infected bovine mammary glands.
In experimental settings, these bats can be subclinically infected with Marburg viruses, and the infected bats shed the viruses orally and in their excreta for sustained periods.
Overall, fewer than one per cent of the patients were overtly hypothyroid, six per cent were subclinically hypothyroid, 88 per cent were euthyroid, five per cent were subclinically hyperthyroid, and one per cent were overtly hyperthyroid, Medical Xpress