Latent TB can develop into Active TB. When the TB is latent, the mycobacteria causing the infection has been targeted and effectively "trapped" within calcified lumps in the affected organ / tissue. If the immune system becomes weakened for some reason (eg. old age, other disease) then the TB bacteria is often able to break through the lumps, and so becomes active.
You had the infection for a length of time and it turned into latent syphilis.
When the ruminant feed ban was introduced, the scale of the epidemic was still latent.
yes they still do there are many active paratroopers on active duty still to this day.
it is still active
Cassini is still active but Huygens is not.
Only one is still active.
The Pacaya volcano is still active in Guatemala.
Two diseases that I can think of right away are malaria and leprosy. Dysentery and other water born diseases are still active in areas prone to flooding.
Yes, it is still active today and is one of the most active volcanoes in Colombia
The tribes that are still active are the Sioux Tribe. The other tribes are not that active. But the Sioux tribe is the most active tribe out of all of them.
You can still be treated for syphilis in 17 weeks of pregnancy.
Yes, they can.