inapparent


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inapparent

(ɪnəˈpærənt)
adj
not apparent, not visible, or not evident
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[4] The cases of JE represent tip of the iceberg compared to the large number of inapparent infections.
Although screening for fever at international airports was implemented in Taiwan in 2003 (1), most Zika virus and DENV infections are inapparent and cannot be detected.
The parasite is associated with infections which range from clinically inapparent to rapidly fatal (Darghouth et al., 1996).
The cells were round and relatively monomorphic, with a high nuclear : cytoplasmic ratio (8-9:1), a central nucleus with clumped chromatin and inapparent nucleoli, scant moderately basophilic cytoplasm, and distinct cell borders.
This corresponds to our findings concerning the relative percentage share of persons who have history of inapparent form of HAV-infection among the WWTP workers (67.3%) in comparison with the symptomatic form subjects (p < 0.001).
Ruto is one of several leaders who turned cheeky at the conference inapparent reference to Ndambiri's video.
Braunstein et al., "Management of the clinically inapparent adrenal mass ("incidentaloma")," Annals of Internal Medicine, vol.
In clinical studies of tuberculosis patients without HIV coinfection, decreased intestinal absorptive capacity and increased intestinal permeability, which may be clinically inapparent, were related to malabsorption of antituberculosis drugs, including rifampin [10-12].
For better differentiation and to determine the true extent of the disease which might be inapparent at clinical examination, imaging is strongly recommended.
Epidemiology of inapparent and symptomatic acute dengue virus infection: a prospective study of primary school children in Kamphaeng Phet, Thailand.