comorbidity

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co·mor·bid

 (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.

comorbidity

(ˌkəʊmɔːˈbɪdɪtɪ)
n
(Pathology) the occurrence of more than one illness or condition at the same time
Translations

comorbidity

n comorbilidad
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The results, which are published in JAMA Psychiatry, suggest that improved awareness and care of psychiatric comorbidities such as substance use disorders may help reduce serious outcomes associated with ADHD.
The researchers also analysed the potential role of early-onset (such as autism spectrum disorders) and late-onset (such as substance use disorders) psychiatric comorbidities.
The risk of death also increased substantially with the number of psychiatric comorbidities with ADHD (HR for individuals with only ADHD: 1.41 [95 percent CI, 1.01 to 1.97]; HR for individuals with at least four comorbidities: 25.22 [95 percent CI, 19.60 to 32.46]).
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The American Academy of Dermatology and the National Psoriasis Foundation have jointly released two new guidelines on the management and treatment of psoriasis with a focus on biologies and comorbidities.
The presence of three or more chronic illnesses was associated with more than seven times higher odds of being a frequent user, with diabetes and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease the most common comorbidities. The most common reasons for an emergency department visit were pain or injury.
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An experienced child psychiatrist interview both parents (caregivers) and patients in order to make the ADHD diagnosis according to the DSM-5 and also psychiatric comorbidities. Data was collected regarding demographic characteristics (subject and family), ADHD presentation either combined (ADHD-C) or inattentive (ADHD-I), psychiatric comorbidities, and current medication (last two months or longer).
The objective of this study is to investigate the variability of patient demographics and baseline comorbidities between hip fracture and elective TJA cases in New York State (NYS) by Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA).
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Analyses of SHaRe data revealed that HCM patients are at substantially elevated risks of long-term complications and comorbidities, such as atrial fibrillation and heart failure.