Sometimes, a child suspected of having a pervasive developmental disorder may have subclinical symptoms that do not interfere with his or her ability to function.
However, it may interfere with the public's acceptance, understanding and tolerance for those who have subclinical traits of Asperger's disorder.
While the phenotypes have subclinical symptoms that do not significantly interfere with daily living, some autistic-type tendencies are present.
This can lead to some people self diagnosing mild forms of autism, but many experience subclinical symptoms that do not require treatment.
Individuals who seek a diagnosis based on subclinical traits of Asperger's may not meet the criteria for autism spectrum disorder.
Many people experience anxiety on a subclinical level, but many others may have clinical anxiety symptoms.
While many adults may discover they have AS, many others may find that their symptoms are subclinical.
It is quite common to get rubella and not show any symptoms (subclinical infection).
Some reinfections are subclinical (i.e., have no visible symptoms).