Occult

In a medical sense, means hidden or unknown, so occult malignancy (for 2% of people with a cancer, the primary site is not identified) occult bleeding etc.

Occult

Of or pertaining to supernatural phenomena or influences. This word is also used to denote the study of secret practices. Literal meaning is 'hidden' and is broadly applied to a wide range of metaphysical topics which lie outside the accepted realm of mainstream theologies. The uses of the Occult consist of Astrology, Numerology, Tarot, Witchcraft, for an example. ...

occult

[adj] - hidden and difficult to see 2. [v] - become concealed or hidden from view or have its light extinguished 3. [v] - hide from view
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occult

Vague term describing a wide range of activities connected with the supernatural, from seances to black magic. The term has come to have largely sinister overtones...
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Occult

Hidden, concealed, such as bleeding - (“occult blood in the stools�)
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Occult

Occult: Hidden. Occult blood is hidden from the eye but is nonetheless present and can be detected by chemical tests. Spina bifida occulta is a hidden defect in the spinal column.
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Occult

Oc·cult' adjective [ Latin occultus , past participle of occulere to cover up, hide; ob (see Ob- ) + a root probably akin to English hell : confer French occulte .] Hidden from the eye or the understanding; inviable; secret; concealed; unknown. « It i...
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Occult

Oc·cult' transitive verb To eclipse; to hide from sight.
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occult

Obscure, concealed from observation, difficult to understand. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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occult

adjective hidden and difficult to see; `an occult fracture`; `occult blood in the stool`
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occult

occult arts noun supernatural practices and techniques; `he is a student of the occult`
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occult

(ә-kult´) obscure or hidden from view.
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Occult

• (v. t.) To eclipse; to hide from sight. • (a.) Hidden from the eye or the understanding; inviable; secret; concealed; unknown.
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occult

obscure; concealed from observation, difficult to understand.
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occult

Type: Term Pronunciation: ŏ-kŭlt′, ok′ŭlt Definitions: 1. Hidden; concealed; not manifest. 2. Denoting a concealed hemorrhage, the blood being inapparent or localized to a site where it is not visible. 3. In oncology, a clinically unidentified primary tumor with recognized metastases. See: occult blood
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occult

Vague term describing a wide range of activities connected with the supernatural, from seances to black magic. The term has come to have largely sinister overtones and an association with Satanism and witchcraft
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Occult

[disambiguation] Occult refers to secret or hidden knowledge, usually of a mystical nature. This may also refer to: ...
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Occult

The occult (from the Latin word occultus `clandestine, hidden, secret`) is `knowledge of the hidden`. In common English usage, occult refers to `knowledge of the paranormal`, as opposed to `knowledge of the measurable`, usually referred to as science. The term is sometimes taken to mean knowledge that `is meant only for certain people` o...
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Occult

Symptoms or diseases which cannot be readily detected, either by laboratory tests or physical examination.
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occult

disease or symptoms that are not readily detectable by physical examination or laboratory tests.
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occult

supernatural practices and techniques
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