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having no symptoms of illness or disease

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Compelling evidence also indicates that bats carry asymptomatically some of the most deadly viruses, including Marburg (5) and Ebola (6) viruses.
Because outbreaks of cryptosporidiosis and asymptomatic carriage of Cryptosporidium have been documented in child-care settings (4), the food preparer in this outbreak may have contaminated the implicated salad after contact with an asymptomatically infected child in the DCH.
The number of new cases has increased sharply since January 1, 2014, paralleling the peak of the first wave (1,3,4), indicating that subtype H7N9 viruses were circulating asymptomatically among natural hosts.
The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommends measles-mumps-rubella vaccine (MMR) for all persons asymptomatically infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and recommends that MMR be considered for all symptomatic HIV-infected persons who would otherwise be eligible for measles vaccine, because measles virus infection can cause severe illness and death in such persons (1,2).
Louis encephalitis virus (SLEV) is a flavivirus that can asymptomatically infect humans or cause clinically apparent disease that manifests with fever, headache, nausea, and vomiting (1).
Cats can be asymptomatically bacteremic for several months and develop detectable antibodies concurrently with bacteremia (4).
a]), at which point they are shedding asymptomatically (A).
Surveillance using Moore swabs would have detected clinical cases and asymptomatically infected shedders of V.
destructans asymptomatically, which has led to speculation that G.
Widespread availability of testing is essential to identify asymptomatically infected persons.
Pathogenicity varies among Ebola viruses, from ZEBOV, which is highly lethal in humans, to REBOV, which causes disease in pigs and macaques but asymptomatically infects humans.
In addition, the potential for spread of this poliovirus to other areas (including the North American continent) by asymptomatically infected travelers from the Netherlands even if not directly linked to a clinical case--also may be higher than previously assumed.
Of 292 samples analyzed, 33 (25 from symptomatic and 8 from asymptomatically infected children) (11%) were SaV positive.
However, relying on AFP identification underestimates the extent of wild poliovirus transmission among asymptomatically infected persons.
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