Category Archives: Transient and Nonspecific Pain

Transient Non-specific Medical Conditions

In the practice of medicine, a physician will encounter two categories of medical conditions.  One is the so-called transient non-specific medical condition and the other is the specific medical condition. A transient non-specific medical condition is a phenomenon in which … Continue reading

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Transient Non-specific Pain

Transient pain, random pain, spontaneous pain, non-specific pain, etc. – these are terms which can be used to mean the same thing. Transient pain is the feeling of ache in any part of the body which lasts for a short … Continue reading

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