comorbid


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comorbid

 [ko-mor´bid]
pertaining to a disease or other pathological process that occurs simultaneously with another.

comorbid

/co·mor·bid/ (ko-mor´bid) pertaining to a disease or other pathological process that occurs simultaneously with another.

comorbid

(kō-môr′bĭd)
adj.
Coexisting or concomitant with an unrelated pathological or disease process: patients with comorbid diabetes and depression.

co′mor·bid′i·ty n.

co·mor·bid

(kō-mōrbid)
Denotes additional intercurrent disease states that occur in relation to a primary disease state.
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Results: The coding directives and education for each risk factor and comorbid condition allowed for consistent coding between the clinical experts who participated in this study.
A review of the literature suggests that in older cancer patients, comorbid conditions and their treatment may interact with cancer treatment and prognosis (Extermann, 2007) and also have been identified as relevant factors in the effects of treatment and mortality of cancer patients (D'Amico et al.
This sample included parents of the following: children with refractory epilepsy; children with well-controlled epilepsy; children with comorbid conditions; and children without comorbid conditions.
In the past we used the computer-assisted version of the Diagnostic Interview Schedule for Children to screen for comorbid conditions in the hopes of decreasing physician time, but learned that screening by the physician during the interview is both quicker and more accurate.
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