Subsyndromal conditions or formes fruste are those medical conditions that do not meet full criteria for a diagnosis, for example because the symptoms are fewer or less severe than a defined syndrome, but that nevertheless can be identified and related to the "full-blown" syndrome.
A culture-bound syndrome is a set of symptoms where there is no evidence of an underlying biological cause, and that is recognized as a "disease" only in a particular culture.
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