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functional disease

(Pathology) a disease in which there is no observable change in the structure of an organ or part. Compare organic disease
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func·tion·al dis·ease

n. enfermedad funcional, desorden o trastorno que no tiene una causa orgánica conocida.
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'The DOH and its local counterparts shall establish and maintain functional disease surveillance and response systems,' it said.
Once enacted into law, the DOH will also be required to establish and maintain functional disease surveillance and response systems, which include coordination mechanisms, implementation protocols for reporting and response, measures for data security and confidentiality and procedures, and provision to ensure safety of personnel conducting disease surveillance and response activities.
The association signals of the "tag SNPs" are reflected by a few functional disease susceptible variants that show linkage disequilibrium (LD) with the tag SNPs (sometimes the tag SNP itself is also identified as a functional disease susceptible variant), but which have not been directly genotyped.
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