I see that asymptomatic
severe aortic stenosis seems quite safe in ROPAC, but I still consider severe aortic stenosis one of the truly dangerous problems in pregnancy.
Key clinical point: The USPSTF makes no recommendation for or against screening and treating asymptomatic
adults for vitamin D deficiency, because the evidence regarding the benefits and harms is insufficient.
Although the numbers were small, the increased occurrence of symptomatic urinary tract infection in women with asymptomatic
bacteriuria was significant (p=0.
15] had pilot NIRS data different from the asymptomatic
children (Table 1).
Determining in which patients with asymptomatic
parasitemia clinical malaria will develop and when, or if, any external factors may act as triggers would also be useful.
On lumbar MRI scans of the asymptomatic
group, disc degeneration on at least one intervertebral disc level, annular tear, endplate abnormality, disc bulging, and disc protrusion were detected in 16 (33.
Schweitzer and coworkers (4) demonstrated that asymptomatic
baseball pitchers, with clinically normal elbows, had MR imaging findings similar to patients with clinical disorders such as MCL strains.
hyponatremia is not normally detected unless an athlete has blood or serum electrolyte concentrations tested for some other reason (1,3,6,29,31,38,39,41,44).
Even if you're asymptomatic
, it doesn't mean that the person to whom you could transmit the disease will be asymptomatic
For every four cases of Lyme disease with the characteristic skin rash, there is one case of asymptomatic
The athlete should return to sports activity only after asymptomatic
for 1 full week.
Some people, however, remain asymptomatic
for a remarkably long time (SN: 3/18/95, p.