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having no symptoms of illness or disease

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The task force cited evidence that questionnaires and other clinical prediction tools are inaccurate at identifying elevated blood lead levels in asymptomatic children and pregnant women.
Conclusion: Pregnant women belonging to lower socioeconomic status are more likely to have asymptomatic bacteriuria.
In short, it found "inadequate evidence to assess whether screening for and treatment of PAD in asymptomatic patients leads to clinically important benefits in either preventing the progression of PAD or preventing CVD events....
Heterogeneous and dynamic prevalence of asymptomatic influenza virus infections.
Of the 2455 asymptomatic postmenopausal women receiving care at our clinic between January 2012 and December 2016, there were 174 women who had EFC during transvaginal ultrasonography and underwent endometrial sampling.
Some studies indicate that asymptomatic infections are more frequent than symptomatic ones in most malarial endemic settings [6, 14-16].
Diabetic women have a higher prevalence of asymptomatic bacteriuria as compared to men and the prevalence has been found to increase with age.
A total of 4 119 patients (two-thirds) were asymptomatic/minimally symptomatic (hereafter referred to as asymptomatic) and one-third (1 892) were symptomatic at the time of diagnosis.
To account for women who might have been exposed during the periconceptional period (8 weeks before conception), routine testing of asymptomatic pregnant women who conceived within 8 weeks after the calculated transmission end date (on or before December 10, 2016) was recommended (5).
"Since about 80% of DENV [dengue virus] infections are asymptomatic, it is likely that they contribute significantly to viral transmission to mosquitoes and thus to other human hosts.
Two subsequent questions that emerged for the study team were: (i) whether some children may have left school as a result of symptoms related to RHD, which would be picked up only through a community-based study; and (ii) the extent to which asymptomatic children who remain undiagnosed continue into adulthood with good health and no impact on their schooling.
Researchers at Canada's University of Waterloo in Ontario found that nearly three in five asymptomatic patients who came in for a sight test required at least one significant change to their vision correction or eye health management.
Only seven (0.3%) of 2,425 asymptomatic pregnant women who were tested had confirmed Zika virus infection.
Feasibility and Necessity of the Use of Computed Tomography for Individual Health Assessment in Asymptomatic Population in China
Background: Median arcuate ligament syndrome is a controversial entity because anomalous insertion of median arcuate ligament can be seen in asymptomatic individuals.
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