DID


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DID

Abbreviation for:
dead of intercurrent disease
department of infectious diseases
dissociative identity disorder 
double immunodiffusion

Dissociative identity disorder (DID)

Term that replaced Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD). A condition in which two or more distinctive identities or personality states alternate in controlling a person's consciousness and behavior.
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