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Intermittent abdominal pain. Ultrasound normal. CT scan says stomach, colon are non-specific in appearance. What does it mean?

I recently had a ct scan and pelvic ultrasound due to lower left intermittent abdominal pain . The ultrasound came back normal. The ct scan said the stomach, colon , and small bowel were nonspecific in appearance. What does nonspecific mean? Is that a normal result? Other things said normal appearance. What is the difference?
Asked On : Sat, 7 Jul 2012
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Every report is normal. Get your stool and urine routine examination done. If all reports are normal then take polycrol gel and uni enzyme tab before food twice daily.
Answered: Sat, 22 Mar 2014
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