Definition of 'undiagnosed'
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Subtle attacks often go undiagnosed for years. Christianity Today (2000)The inquest was told that he had an undiagnosed heart condition. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She has seen such symptoms go undiagnosed. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Medics are checking if she had an undiagnosed heart condition. The Sun (2009)He suffers with complex and mostly undiagnosed health conditions. The Sun (2016)Meaning it can go undiagnosed while still being highly treatable. The Sun (2009)But she had an undiagnosed heart condition and it was sudden adult death syndrome. The Sun (2014)And still the condition remained undiagnosed. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The Rotherham inquest heard she died suddenly from undiagnosed congenital heart disease. The Sun (2013)Today she is 42 and her illness remains formally undiagnosed. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Most people who remain undiagnosed have only 48 hours to live once they get it. The Sun (2015)The condition had gone undiagnosed for years, perhaps decades. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Health chiefs say they have acted because of concern at the number of patients whose cancer has gone undiagnosed until it is too advanced to treat. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The stroke resulted from an undiagnosed heart problem and left him in a critical condition in an Athens hospital for two months. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They said the problem could be as common as some childhood cancers, but goes undiagnosed because doctors do not know about it. The Sun (2009)For years I carried a mild but undiagnosed tropical disease. Times, Sunday Times (2014)When they were born around this time last year, they survived against the odds and are still battling various illnesses and undiagnosed genetic conditions. The Sun (2015)They may be subject to new assessments to look for undiagnosed conditions such as speech or language difficulties, mental illness or problems at home. Times, Sunday Times (2011)If it wasn't for them, it would have gone undiagnosed. The Sun (2011)There are fears that hundreds more remain undiagnosed because of the difficulties in detecting the injuries, some of which do not show up on brain scans. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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