Co-morbid: Pertaining to two or more disorders simultaneously.
comorbid /coÂ·morÂ·bid/ (ko-morÂ´bid) pertaining to a disease or other pathological process that occurs simultaneously with another. coÂ·morÂ·bid (k-mÃ´r b d)
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n. A concomitant but unrelated pathological or disease process.
Main Entry: comorbid Part of Speech: adj Definition: pertaining to two diseases which occur together, such as ADHD and depression
The term comorbid refers to a disease, disorder or that occurs at the same time as another disorder but is not related to it.