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comorbid

[ koh-mawr-bid ]
/ koʊˈmɔr bɪd /
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adjective

(of medical conditions) present simultaneously in a patient: comorbid insomnia and anxiety;depression comorbid with phobias;diabetics with comorbid hypertension.

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Origin of comorbid

1980–85; co- + morbid (in the sense “associated with or characteristic of a disease”)
co·mor·bid·i·ty, noun
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Medical definitions for comorbid

comorbid
[ kō-môrbĭd ]

adj.

Coexisting or concomitant with an unrelated pathological or disease process.
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