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  • adj. Not symptomatic.


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non- +‎ symptomatic


  • However, the agency said when considering nonsymptomatic A-fib patients, "neither the primary safety nor effectiveness endpoints are met, although the results are close."

    Heart Device Met Study Goal, FDA Has Concerns

  • The effects on the heart vary and can be mild, nonsymptomatic abnormalities or potentially life-threatening problems in the heart's musculature.

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  • Yet there may be a whole lot of other people with nonsymptomatic XDR out there that we don't know about?

    CNN Transcript May 31, 2007

  • In brief, it can be argued that the distinction between symptomatic and nonsymptomatic impropriety is a thoroughly ingrained mode of thinking in our society, leading us to divide up any set of improprieties in this twofold way regardless of the goodness of the fit or even its relevance.

    Behavior in Public Places

  • If the behavior is inappropriate, he decides whether it is to be placed in one of the nonsymptomatic classes of situational impropriety,2 or whether it betokens mental illness.

    Behavior in Public Places

  • People are putting off any sort of non-acute, nonsymptomatic care.

  • Peripheral blood samples were obtained into Vacutainer tubes from nonsymptomatic staff members.

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