Traducción de undiagnosed en Español:

undiagnosed

sin diagnosticar, adj.

Pronunciación /ʌnˈdʌɪəɡnəʊzd//ˌəndaɪəɡˈnoʊzd//ˌʌndʌɪəɡˈnəʊzd/

adjetivo

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    sin diagnosticar
    • This has ethical implications as little is known about diagnosis in and treatment of these children, and they are often undiagnosed and untreated.
    • Left undiagnosed and untreated, kidney disease can lead to kidney failure.
    • Doctors were unable to find out exactly what was wrong with Chloe and her condition remains undiagnosed.
    • Eating disorders are a common problem, yet they often go unnoticed, undiagnosed or untreated.
    • We'd had no warning of this, although the doctor said he had apparently been suffering from a serious, undiagnosed heart condition for a long time.
    • Diabetes is a stealthy beast and can go undiagnosed for ages, so asking your doctor for a simple sugar check is always a good idea.
    • The disease affects one in 100,000 people although it is thought many mild sufferers may go undiagnosed.
    • Doctors said if the condition had continued undiagnosed, it could have been life-threatening.
    • Osteoporosis has been called a ‘silent epidemic’, often going undiagnosed for years.
    • This results in many children remaining undiagnosed, inappropriately treated or simply not believed.
    • It is often undiagnosed in the first instance as it very rarely develops full signs and symptoms.
    • The other possibility is that she has some kind of undiagnosed / untreated mental illness.
    • Studies indicate that at least half of these go undiagnosed and, therefore, untreated.
    • It is likely that many of these individuals have undiagnosed and untreated medical problems.
    • Well, first of all, if you have an undiagnosed disease, you should see a physician and find out what's wrong.
    • Research has shown that after a few weeks some people experience flu-like symptoms, but these symptoms usually go undiagnosed.
    • Tuberculosis in the elderly is a disease to be feared only if it is undiagnosed and untreated.
    • Much worse was the prospect for those whose psychiatric problems remained undiagnosed or untreated.
    • By now, I was convinced that Hayley had an undiagnosed, albeit mild, form of Asperger's syndrome.
    • As part of the two-year pilot project, patients at risk will be screened to try to find up to 4,000 people in the city centre area who might be undiagnosed.