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Definition of Subclinically
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Literary usage of Subclinically
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1. Vector-borne Disease Control in Humans Through Rice Agroecosystem Management by Virgilio G. Enriquez, International Rice Research Institute (1988)
"Large numbers of persons may become infected subclinically, but once a clinical case occurs, the outlook is bleak. Although only 1 of every 500 infected ..."
2. Animal Health at the Crossroads: Preventing, Detecting, And Diagnosing by National Research Council (U. S.) (2005)
"Thus both animal reservoirs and subclinically infected humans remain potential sources for the reemergence of SARS. ..."
3. Rural Drug Abuse: Prevalence, Relation to Crime, & Programs (1994)
"... (168 of 342) were clinically addicted, 11 percent (34 of 342) were subclinically addicted, and 40 percent (137 of 342) had a tendency toward addiction. ..."
4. Rural Drug Abuse: Prevalence, Relation to Crime, and Programs (1994)
"This assessment found that 49 percent (168 of 342) were clinically addicted, 11 percent (34 of 342) were subclinically addicted, and 40 percent (137 of 342) ..."
5. Frontiers of Nutrition and Food Security in Asia, Africa, and Latin America by Neil G. Kotler (1992)
"The number of children in India who are subclinically deficient far exceeds the number with clinically evident deficiency (ie, up to half of the children in ..."
6. Manual of Microbiologic Monitoring of Laboratory Animals by Kimberly Sue Waggie (1994)
"Serology (CF, ELISA) is effective for diagnosis in animals subclinically infected or those that survived acute infection (15,17). ..."