pancreas grossly normal
Grossly unremarkable means there is nothing interesting to talk about, its normal.
If the pancreas is unremarkable, it means that the pancreas appears normal.
A grossly unremarkable gallbladder is good news. It means that on observation, probably of an imaging study, it looks normal.
On a chest x-ray, this means that the bones are seen as normal, without pathology.
Grossly tender means it obviously hurts when touched.
Unremarkable in medical terms means normal. A grossly unremarkable osseous nasal exam means the nose bones looked normal.
Grossly benign means that to the naked eye, it does not appear dangerous.
Grossly stable means the situations appears about the same as last time using normal examination techniques.
Physicians use "gross" or "grossly" as descriptors meaning "absolutely", "positively", "majorly" "big time" plus whatever word follows. So "grossly normal" means "the macula is absolutely, positively, majorly, big time" NORMAL. The macula is part of the back of the retina, where the occular nerve enters. The macula and retina are part of the eye. Redness of the scleras (the whites of the eye) occur usually from irritation but not from anything abnormal with eye structures.
This note is good news; it means the physical examination of the function of your cranial nerves was normal.
THAT´S MEANS "PERFECTLY NORMAL"