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Differential Diagnosis Symptoms of IBS are nonspecific and may mimic a number of disease entities. It is important to recognize that in a given patient with IBS symptoms, these diagnoses need not be "excluded" before a diagnosis of IBS can be established. This is particularly relevant in patients with IBS symptoms which meet the Rome diagnostic criteria and do not have alarm signs.