showing no symptoms of disease.
Descriptive term for a person who does not appear to be affected by their disease (i.e., displays no symptoms); in context of genetic diseases the person may be a carrier.
showing no signs of a disease or infection.
Not exhibiting clinical signs.
without obvious clinical signs of disease.
No symptoms; no clear sign of disease present.
Without discernible symptoms.
Without signs of illness. Many patients with hepatitis C do not show signs of illness and are considered asymptomatic.
no symptoms; no clear evidence that disease is present.
without symptoms indicative of disease.
Not displaying any symptoms of an underlying disease.
Individuals who have been infected but who do not yet show any signs of the disease.
No symptoms; no clear sign that disease is present.
No symptoms or signs of disease.
Having a disease without manifestation of symptoms.
Without symptoms. Usually used in the HIV/AIDS literature to describe a person who has a positive reaction to one of several tests for HIV antibodies but who shows no clinical symptoms of the disease.
When a person has a disease but does not feel sick.
Not showing any subjective evidence of disease. In other words: someone is asymptomatic if they feel ok.
Not having any symptoms of disease
not feeling or showing outward signs of a disease. Individuals typically remain asymptomatic five or more years after infection with HIV.
To not show signs of disease.
Free of symptoms.
showing no outward signs of a condition.
No apparent symptoms of illness even though the individual tests positive for HIV.
A state where a person is infected with chlamydia but has no clinical symptoms (e.g. friable cervix and/or mucopurulence) of active disease.
Displaying no symptoms.
exhibiting no symptoms.
Infection without symptoms. Someone who is asymptomatic has antibodies (for example, to HIV) but does not have any visible signs or symptoms (example, of HIV infection).
A disease process that does not have symptoms
Without symptoms. Many illnesses begin with a period during which there are no symptoms.
Absence of symptoms.
condition of having a disease, but without any symptoms of it.
Not showing symptoms.
Medical condition which is silent, has no symptoms.
Without symptoms or physical signs.
Having no symptoms.
without symptoms. e.g., someone who is infected by HIV but has no symptoms.
without symptoms; appearing healthy.
The lack of symptoms despite the presence of infection.
Occurring without any visible signs or symptoms.
no symptoms or sign of disease present
Without symptoms. For example, an asymptomatic infection is an infection with no symptoms.
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when a person is infected with a disease but shows no symptoms.
without symptoms, even though the condition (such as hepatitis C infection) is present Back to previous page
A lack of symptoms or complaints by the patient.
without or showing no symptoms.
Refers to infection or disease without signs of illness. Many patients with hepatitis B or C do not have any symptoms during a new or chronic infection; they are considered to be asymptomatic.
Without symptoms, or producing no symptoms.
When there is no visible or noticeable changes in the body; i.e., an HIV-positive person does not show any signs of "AIDS symptoms." Thus, asymptomatic carriers are a threat to their unsuspecting sexual partners.
Showing or causing no symptoms
without obvious symptoms or signs of disease. People with abnormal cervical cell changes are mostly asymptomatic at early stages.
Not having symptoms, symptom-free.
Without any obvious symptoms.
To be without noticeable symptoms of disease (literally “not symptomatic” or no symptoms of the disease). Many cancers can develop and grow without producing symptoms, especially in the early stages. Screening tests, such as mammography, try to discover developing cancers at the asymptomatic stage, when the chances for cure are usually highest. ( See also screening).
Completely without any symptoms or complaints. An individual who feels completely normal would be asymptomatic
without obvious signs or symptoms of disease.
Means â€œwithout symptomsâ€. Many people with hepatitis are asymptomatic.
Without clinical signs or symptoms of the disease.
that which does not produce any symptoms. A patient with asymptomatic carotid stenosis does not experience any disorders related to such carotid stenosis.
Infected, but without symptoms of infection.
No clinical symptoms of the disease in question.
without signs or symptoms of disease or illness.
Someone without any symptoms
Not causing any symptoms or side effects.
Presenting no signs or symptoms of disease.
a condition without signs or symptoms.
Without obvious symptoms or signs of disease. Cancer patients are mostly asymptomatic at early stage.
Illness without symptoms or complaints.
Not showing any signs of the condition.
Neither causing nor exhibiting symptoms of disease.
A term used to describe an individual who does not currently show symptoms of the disease being discussed. Asymptomatic individuals may develop symptoms of the disease at a later point in time.
In medicine, a disease is asymptomatic while the patient does not experience symptoms. Asymptomatic diseases may not be discovered until the patient undergoes medical tests (X-rays or other investigations).