Comorbidity is the event of two or more disorders or illnesses in the same individual. They may occur alternatively or at the same time. Modern cures and organization projects are pointed at avoiding particular long-lasting disorders and enhancing on-going illness management. However, in psychiatric characterization, comorbidity does not essentially imply the presence of several diseases, yet rather can reflect our current powerlessness to supply a solitary analysis that records for all indications. On the DSM Axis I, Major Depressive Disorder is an exceptionally basic comorbid issue.
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