adjustment disorder ad·just·ment disorder (ə-jŭst'mənt)
Any of a class of disorders that result from an individual's failure to adapt to identifiable stresses in the environment such as divorce, natural disaster, family discord, or retirement, characterized by an impaired ability to function socially or occupationally.
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