Recent Examples of asymptomatic from the Web
Plus, my cancer was asymptomatic, and the tumor had been chilling in my liver, likely for years, without my noticing.
In one study, investigators determined 60 percent of children diagnosed were asymptomatic.
The injury was preexisting but asymptomatic but likely aggravated by Gurriel swinging a bat, Luhnow said.
Beyond that, while many STIs are asymptomatic, some can cause an uptick in vaginal discharge.
It’s more complicated than that—while symptoms of type 1 diabetes often set in within a few weeks, type 2 diabetes can be asymptomatic or take years to show up, according to the NIDDK.
Cancer incidence in men rose sharply in the 1990s because of the widespread use of P.S.A. testing, which detected large numbers of asymptomatic prostate cancers.
Players are allowed to return to no restrictions after about 24 asymptomatic hours.
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
Definition of asymptomatic for English Language Learners
medical : having or showing no symptoms of disease
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