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false-neg·a·tive

(fôls′nĕg′ə-tĭv)
adj.
Being or relating to a result from a medical test that is erroneously negative.
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false-negative

a. falso-negativo, resultado que no muestra evidencia de la presencia de enfermedad aunque la enfermedad actualmente existe.
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