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In [[gastro psychology]] and [[medicine]], the term '''functional colonic disease''' (or '''functional bowel disorder''') refers to a group of [[bowel]] disorders which are characterised by chronic abdominal complaints without a structural or biochemical cause that could explain symptoms. This is a subset of [[functional gastrointestinal disorders]]
 
In [[gastro psychology]] and [[medicine]], the term '''functional colonic disease''' (or '''functional bowel disorder''') refers to a group of [[bowel]] disorders which are characterised by chronic abdominal complaints without a structural or biochemical cause that could explain symptoms. This is a subset of [[functional gastrointestinal disorders]]
   

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In gastro psychology and medicine, the term functional colonic disease (or functional bowel disorder) refers to a group of bowel disorders which are characterised by chronic abdominal complaints without a structural or biochemical cause that could explain symptoms. This is a subset of functional gastrointestinal disorders

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Functional bowel disorders include, among others:

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The Rome process has helped to define the functional gastrointestinal disorders.[1] Successively, the Rome I, Rome II and the Rome III meetings have proposed a consensual classification system and terminology, as recommended by the Rome Coordinating Committee.

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