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irritable bowel syndrome

noun [U]    
a condition that affects the bowels and causes stomach pain, and is often caused by worry or anxiety 肠易激综合征(常由焦虑引起,表现为腹痛) Digestive disorders
Translations of “irritable bowel syndrome”
in Chinese (Traditional) 腸易激綜合症,腸激躁症(常由焦慮引起,表現為腹痛)…
(Definition of irritable bowel syndrome from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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