cooccur


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Verb1.cooccur - go with, fall together
coexist - exist together
overlap - coincide partially or wholly; "Our vacations overlap"
collocate with, construe with, cooccur with, co-occur with, go with - go or occur together; "The word 'hot' tends to cooccur with 'cold'"
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For unclear reasons, abdominal pain and encephalopathy do not usually cooccur in the same patient.
By analyzing feature vectors extracted from the vocabulary network, we find that there exists statistical dependency between entries of feature vectors, which means the entries of feature vectors will cooccur in the part of feature vectors.
If two people always cooccur for the same mobility intentions, they should be acquaintances with high probability.
Migraine can also cooccur in the same patient with other vestibular disorders (such as Meniere's disease [9] and benign paroxysmal positional vertigo [VPPB] [9-11]).
Four major unfavorable lifestyle choices--unhealthy diets, excessive use of alcohol, physical inactivity, and tobacco use--contribute significantly to the development of these NCDs, and these risky lifestyle choices often cooccur and therefore synergistically increase NCD risk and comorbidity [2].
Research suggests that elevated depressive and anxiety symptoms often cooccur with both sleep impairments and chronic pain in youth.
Autoimmune diseases tend to cooccur in individuals and families [19].
Since CDH26 (11%) had a tendency to cooccur with CDH4 (15%) (Figure 1(a)), we herein selected CDH1/2/4/6/17 for further study.
These categories are not mutually exclusive but can cooccur, even when they may seem contradictory, which is probably a result of the complex and dynamic nature of disease and stressor [20-22].
Hypothesis 2: Supportive interaction between two individuals, and between an individual common to those two individuals, will be likely to cooccur in online health forums.
Many chronic conditions not only cooccur, but also share several main risk factors.