How to use Subclinical in a sentence

subclinical
  • The concept of subclinical anorexia was first examined by researchers in the 1970s.

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  • There is no consensus on the management of subclinical hyperthyroidism.

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  • Interestingly, the combined treatment seems to be the most frequent cause of subclinical hypothyroidism.

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  • Production loss from udder quarters with subclinical mastitis has been assessed for several different causative organisms and ranged from 10% to 26% .

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  • In addition, subclinical deficiencies often predisposes animals to other diseases.

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  • Clinical Features of Mumps Infection with mumps virus is often subclinical, especially in children under the age of three.

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  • One problem with the test is that dogs may have positive antibody titres following natural subclinical infection, or following vaccination.

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  • These casualty animals or slaughtered carcasses together with subclinical cases will end up in the rendering industry in increasing numbers.

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  • In the absence of tests for the ' agent ', subclinical infection could not be detected.

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  • Modification of drug dosage may be necessary in patients with impaired organ function with or without evidence of subclinical disease.

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  • There were, however, some who expressed concern about the risk posed by tissues of subclinical animals at the time.

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  • In all the patients, thiamine deficiency was subclinical.

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  • Many people experience anxiety on a subclinical level, but many others may have clinical anxiety symptoms.

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  • It is quite common to get rubella and not show any symptoms (subclinical infection).

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  • Some reinfections are subclinical (i.e., have no visible symptoms).

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  • Individuals who seek a diagnosis based on subclinical traits of Asperger's may not meet the criteria for autism spectrum disorder.

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  • However, it may interfere with the public's acceptance, understanding and tolerance for those who have subclinical traits of Asperger's disorder.

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  • 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.

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  • While many adults may discover they have AS, many others may find that their symptoms are subclinical.

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  • This can lead to some people self diagnosing mild forms of autism, but many experience subclinical symptoms that do not require treatment.

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  • While the phenotypes have subclinical symptoms that do not significantly interfere with daily living, some autistic-type tendencies are present.

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