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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