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Functional symptom is sometimes used in medicine to describe symptoms that have no current visible organic basis, e.g. if they are a result of psychological or perceptual dysfunction. Historically, functional symptoms tend to be reclassified as organic as investigative techniques improve. It is the opposite of organic symptom.



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