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Diagnosis of Anxiety Disorder on Human

In general medicine, Feinstein has defined comorbidity as, any separate and supplementary disorder that has coexisted or that may occur while the patient is suffering from the index disease under study. In recent times this expression is frequently used in clinical psychiatry to describe patients who receive a medical diagnosis in addition to their psychiatric disorder, but much more frequently patients who are diagnosed with two or more psychiatric disorders.


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