Gut microbiota and functional gastrointestinal disorders: an interview with Prof. Magnus Simren
Functional disorders are those in which the parameters of analyses and tests are normal, even though people may be suffering from pain or other symptoms. According to what Prof. Magnus Simren, chairman of the United European Gastroenterology (UEG) Scientific Committee,
Functional disorders are those in which the parameters of analyses and tests are normal, even though people may be suffering from pain or other symptoms. According to what Prof. Magnus Simren, chairman of the United European Gastroenterology (UEG) Scientific Committee, tells us in this interview, this kind of disorder frequently affects the digestive system.
This video discusses the relationship that may exist between this kind of disorder and the gut microbiota, given that, as Prof. Simren explains, it has been observed that many patients with functional disorders have an abnormal microbiota.
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