Subclinical disease

subclinical disease

An illness that stays below the surface of clinical detection. A subclinical disease has no recognizable clinical findings. As distinct from a clinical disease which has clinical signs and symptoms that can be recognised. Many diseases are subclinical before surfacing as clinical diseases. For examples: diabetes, hypothyroidism, rheumatoid arthritis.

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