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Ovarian cysts are often asymptomatic, Wider says, but symptoms can include abdominal discomfort, back pain, bloating, changes in appetite, changes in bowel habits, nausea, indigestion, and weight loss.
Crabtree said under Wolting's care the monkeys became high-risk asymptomatic carriers of the Herpes B virus.
Aside from intestinal damage, failing to detect asymptomatic celiac at an early age can result in poor bone development and suppressed growth, Dr. Murray said.
Here’s what happened to them: Among the women, 61% had outward signs of Zika infection and 38% were asymptomatic throughout their pregnancies.
In this subgroup, birth defects occurred in 5% of the pregnancies of women who had symptoms of Zika infection and in 7% of women who remained asymptomatic.
Infection in humans tends to be asymptomatic or mild enough that patients rarely seek medical attention.
The syndrome, which is marked by electrical abnormalities that affect the heart, is often asymptomatic and tends to be diagnosed around age 42.
The total number of cases is difficult to measure, because some people may be asymptomatic or have never been tested thoroughly.
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ASYMPTOMATIC Defined for English Language Learners
medical Definition of asymptomatic
- asymptomatic amebiasis
asymptomaticallyplay \-i-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
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