Something that is normal, neither due to anything pathologic nor significant in terms of causing illness.

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phys·i·o·log·ic (fiz″e-o-lojґik) normal; not pathologic; characteristic of or conforming to the normal functioning or state of the body or a tissue or organ; physiological.

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