He suffers a number of comorbidities -additional disorders which cooccur
with the Tourette's -ADHD, OCD, oppositional defiant disorder, sensory processing disorder -the latter putting him on the autistic spectrum.
Syndrome is a cluster of symptoms and signs that cooccur
and it does not have a single etiology or pathology unlike a disease.
Therefore, preliminary evidence does suggest that multiple non-motor symptoms tend to cooccur
among individuals at higher risk for PD.
All three species occur in the Tsingy Beanka and have been found to cooccur
at a number of sampling sites.
On the one hand, their stem alternant that directly precedes -ik cannot cooccur
with the imperative morpheme, e.
Purple amole and cryptogamic crusts cooccur
in 50% of the survey plots, and density of purple amole is positively correlated (P < 0.
But soldiers and veterans are affected more than any other sector of the population, says Chiarelli When brain injury and posttraumatic stress cooccur
, as they often do, symptoms may be difficult to disentangle, and both conditions increase the risk of depression, he says.
Interestingly, -I can cooccur
in the same syllable as medial -I-, e.
Our objective was to assess different methods of distinguishing between migrant and resident kingbirds where they cooccur
Two explanations for this association have been advanced, both of which are plausible and may cooccur
Gibbs and Matlock (2001), for instance, have shown how different senses of the English verb make cooccur
with particular syntactic frames.
It argues that both are cymbial apophyses that never cooccur
(Agnarsson 2004), and that both may interact with palpal tegular sclerites of the palpal bulb during natural expansion of the palp (Heimer & Nentwig 1982; Huber 1993; Knoflach 1998, 2004; Agnarsson 2004; Knoflach & Pfaller 2004).