non-specific


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non-specific

[ˌnɒnspəˈsɪfɪk] ADJ
1. (Med) → no específico, sin causa or sintomatolgía específica
2. (= imprecise) → indeterminado, vago
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Objective: The study was conducted in Pakistani population to find association of vitamin D deficiency with persistent non-specific musculoskeletal pains by comparing with pain free controls.
Yoga treatment for chronic non-specific low back pain.
The study was done to follow up the natural course of patients presenting with non alarming signs of bowel disease with colonoscopic findings of random or isolated ileal or colonic ulcerations and non-specific colitis on histopathology.
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47 s), and prominent J waves suggest hypothermia; non-specific ST abnormality.
61%) cause of lymphadenopathy followed by chronic non-specific lymphadenitis 49 (25.
The present study was designed with the aim to determine the activity of non-specific esterases in chlorpyrifos treated and control groups of M.
As Heusinger (2002a) points out, specificity is spread over the two categories in that both specific and non-specific features can combine with indefinite NPs, and the two categories do not yield contradictory interpretations of the NP in question (as shown in example (1)).
After days of denials from party officials, he revealed he was told about "indirect and non-specific concerns" in 2008.
This can happen if they rely on non-specific tests, such as UV spectrophotometric analysis, which falsely inflate the silymarin content of an extract by counting other compounds that are not silymarin.
BRIAN replies: There are many causes of these non-specific symptoms, rarely medical though.
Most fascinating of all were her gestures--gestures I can only describe as non-specific mime.

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