Asymptomatic means there are no symptoms. A person is said to be asymptomatic if:
- An illness or condition is present without recognizable symptoms.
- He or she has recovered from an illness or condition and no longer has any symptoms.
- He or she is healthy.
- A particular illness or condition does not generally produce symptoms.
by Janet G. Derge, M.D.
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