comorbid

[koh-mawr-bid]
adjective
(of medical conditions) present simultaneously in a patient: comorbid insomnia and anxiety; depression comorbid with phobias; diabetics with comorbid hypertension.

Origin:
1980–85; co-+ morbid (def 2)

comorbidity, noun
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comorbid
1990, see comorbidity.

comorbidity
1985, from co- "along with" + morbidity "diseased condition."
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comorbidity co·mor·bid·i·ty (kō'môr-bĭd'ĭ-tē)
n.
A concomitant but unrelated pathological or disease process.

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