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non-specific

1. Not attributable to any definite causal organism.
2. Of a drug, having a general, as distinct from a particular, effect.
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Results: A total of 60 cases (patients with persistent non-specific pains) presenting to medical outpatients department at Military Hospital Rawalpindi and 60 controls were studied.
Non-specific low back pain is a common health complaint with the potential for significant burden on morbidity, health costs and quality of life.
Non-specific colitis strictly speaking is a misnomer which refers to the histologic interpretation of an underlying colonic inflammation that has no characteristic qualitative and/or quantitative features to be properly classified as a specific form of acute or, usually, chronic colitis.
Framework agreement for the supply of non-specific spare parts, aircraft use for AIA Ambrieu-en-Bugey, Bordeaux, Britain, Clermont-Ferrand and Cuers-Pierrefeu.
Non-specific ST-T changes have been described in hypothermia (3,4) and tend to disappear when core temperature returns to normal (Figure 2).
Commonest diseases causing Cervical Lymphadenopathy are Tuberculosis, Metastatic Malignancies and chronic non-specific lymphadenitis.
The supernatant (crude extract) was collected and was used as the enzyme source for biochemical estimation of non-specific esterases (a and b esterases).
He said infants and young children may have a non-specific febrile illness with rash as older children and adults may have either a mild febrile syndrome or the classical incapacitating disease with abrupt onset and high fever, severe headache, pain behind the eyes, muscle and joint pains, and rash.
Some researchers believe that an age-related testosterone deficiency contributes to the deteriorating health of older men and causes non-specific symptoms, such as tiredness and loss of libido," he said.
A systematic review on the effectiveness of complementary and alternative medicinefor chronic non-specific low-back pain.

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