subclinical

[adj] - relating to the stage in the development of a disease before the symptoms are observed
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Subclinical

This is our turf, the period of time when a potential disease is still potential, and a functional imbalance or tendency has not caused any organic disruption.
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subclinical

Without clinical manifestations, said of the early stage of an infection or other disease or abnormality before symptoms and signs become apparent or detectable by clinical examination or laboratory tests or of a very mild form of an infection or other disease or abnormality. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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subclinical

adjective relating to the stage in the development of a disease before the symptoms are observed
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subclinical

(sәb-klinĀ“ĭ-kәl) without clinical manifestations; said of the early stages or a very mild form of a disease.
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subclinical

without clinical manifestations; said of the early stage(s) of an infection or other disease or abnormality before symptoms and signs become apparent or detectable by clinical examination or laboratory tests, or of a very mild form of an infection or other disease or abnormality.
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Subclinical

A disease condition without symptoms but often resulting in decreased production or impaired milk quality.
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subclinical

Type: Term Pronunciation: sŭb-klin′i-kăl Definitions: 1. Denoting the presence of a disease without manifest symptoms; may be an early stage in the evolution of a disease.
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SUBCLINICAL

disease symptoms that are too subtle to be noticed by a patient, but may be apparent in laboratory results.
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