Traducción de latent en español:

latent

latente, adj.

Pronunciación: /ˈleɪt(ə)nt//ˈleɪtnt/

adjetivo

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    (period)
    (hostility/talent) latente
    Medicina de latencia
    (infection) latente
    (infection) en latencia
    • These inconsistent findings may be explained by a variation in the detection of latent disease.
    • The bacteria may cause active disease, or they may persist at a low level for years before causing disease, a condition known as latent infection.
    • During the latent stage of syphilis, skin lesions resolve, and patients are asymptomatic.
    • I guess I was perceived as simply latent talent…
    • These include chemoprophylaxis for patients with latent infection, and strategies for chemotherapy of dually infected individuals.
    • Also, a latent adenovirus infection has been reported to induce corticosteroid resistance.
    • Customer needs and wants, both existing and latent, must be identified through research; know what competitors are offering the customer.
    • Sometimes latent tuberculosis becomes active years later.
    • Results were similar for two additional adults with latent tuberculosis infection.
    • Very little is known regarding the usefulness of pyrazinamide and levofloxacin in the treatment of multidrug-resistant latent tuberculosis infection.
    • During latent infection, bradyzoites are present in tissue cysts.
    • Before initiating treatment of latent tuberculosis infection, physicians must ensure that active disease is not present.
    • After the secondary stage, some people with syphilis progress to a latent stage where they have no more symptoms.
    • We were surprised at the response as well as the children's latent talents.
    • Screening for latent tuberculosis infection is most effective if those with positive test results are likely to progress to clinical disease.
    • Thus, the combination of obesity with a genetically-based insulin derangement, may reveal latent diabetes.
    • By forcing the internet to be accessible to everyone, there is a risk that we are levelling it down, reducing its potential to suit many competing, latent, unrealised needs.
    • Others include developing regimens that shorten the length of therapy and treating latent disease.
    • Herpes zoster results from reactivation of latent varicella zoster virus infection.
    • TV quizzes have kindled many a latent quizzing talent and brought them to the fore.
    • If you'll excuse me, I have to go tell my wife and children about my latent homosexual qualities and accompanying gender confusion.
    • Chlamydia pneumoniae is an obligate intracellular organism capable of persistent latent infection.
    • I also think this fear and tension is helping to bring up a normally only latent or dormant aggression and anger that's always been around in our culture.
    • Elimination of tuberculosis in industrialized nations hinges on diagnosis and treatment of latent tuberculosis infection to prevent disease.
    • The effort is to harness the latent talent in the country in TV production, broadcast journalism and media management.
    • Herpes zoster ophthalmicus occurs when reactivation of the latent virus in the trigeminal ganglia involves the ophthalmic division of the nerve.
    • Luckily, the discovery of a latent talent for ventriloquism was soon to change his seemingly tragic fate.
    • A positive test with no evidence of active tuberculosis is latent tuberculosis.
    • Mentors represent a vital component of this latent potential for educational renewal and reform.
    • Diabetes mellitus, chronic renal failure and cirrhosis of the liver seem to predispose the activation to disease of the otherwise dormant latent infection.
    • Many asylum seekers carry the microbe in a harmless latent form.
    • This would release humankind from the drudgery of wage-slavery and release the latent talents of 3 billion people.
    • First, they stimulated the T-cells strongly enough to prompt the cell to express latent virus but not to trigger other cellular functions.
    • Nevertheless, adult turkeys may harbor latent infections of coccidia that flare up when the host individual is stressed.
    • Primiquine prophylaxis was administered for latent disease.
    • Six minutes and a fraction over 20 seconds later, and the British four were contemplating a row of latent promise but patchy quality.
    • The benefits of HRT may be latent until older age, when cognitive reserve is depleting or Alzheimer's disease is more likely to set in.
    • This latent predisposition would underlie the adolescent's risk for runaway and experiences with parents, teachers, classmates, and friends.
    • The course aims at harnessing the latent talent of participants.
    • Amid the groves of academe, entrenched in the ivy covered tranquil buildings, there lurks more politics, latent hostility and simply bad manners than one can imagine.
    • Therefore, the possibility of neurosyphilis should be considered in patients with early or late latent syphilis.
    • They were of course unaware of the latent potential for economic growth just around the corner.
    • By the twentieth century the investigations of cognitive psychology had established creativity as a latent quality in every person, applicable to any field of human endeavour.
    • The model or template here is taken from Freud's interpretation of dreams and the distinction between manifest and latent content.
    • Now, students try their hand at designing, fabrication and displaying models showcasing their latent talent and perception towards various subjects and languages.
    • For these children from the city's slums and streets, it will be an opportunity to express themselves and discover their latent talents.