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Comorbidity is defined as the co-occurrence of more than one disorder in the same individual. In its wide meaning, comorbidity can include the co-occurrence of medical and psychiatric disorders, such as dementia associated with organic conditions or the affective changes resulting from endocrinopathies. In psychiatry, comorbidity is mostly taken to mean the association of diagnosable psychiatric disorders. Comorbidity is an epidemiologic process, link to the characteristics of a population, and according to comorbidity of certain disorders in a population does not necessarily imply that they will be comorbid in any given individual. However, observations of comorbidity among populations may be extremely useful in informing the therapist's understanding of an individual patient.

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