What does "grossly unremarkable" mean?

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Grossly unremarkable is a medical term that may be used when a doctor examines a patient. Although it may sound worse than it is, this term simply means that nothing out of the ordinary was seen during the examination. Typically, this terminology is used when a doctor does a quick exam without thoroughly or closely examining many things within the body. In general, grossly unremarkable just means that nothing unusual was seen at first sight.
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