One of the meanings of "some" is:
an unspecified amount or number of.
Example: "I made some money running errands" (Source)
So, can I use "some" with a noun that might be singular or plural? For example:
X should satisfy some physiological condition.
In the above sentence, it might be just one condition or more than one. Is that a right way to say that having in mind that "some" is used for unspecified number? Or do I have to use a plural s with parentheses:
X should satisfy some physiological condition(s).