How to use Co-existing in a sentence

co-existing
  • An independent authority concludes that " the co-existing likeness and differences argue for an independent recension of ancient custom deeply influenced by Babylonian law."

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  • Various forms of perverted nerve function may be found co-existing with or following neuralgia.

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  • If a dull aching sensation persists after this instillation then a co-existing iritis, or inflammation of the iris, also called a uveitis, may also be present.

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  • Children born with co-existing craniofacial conditions, such as Apert syndrome, which affects the growth of the jaw, may benefit from a technique called mandibular bone lengthening or distraction osteogenesis.

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  • If oscillopsia is a co-existing symptom, then drugs can be given to reduce the ocular oscillations.

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  • These medications also may treat any co-existing depression.

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  • Myopia can also be induced by co-existing medical problems and drug exposure.

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  • Co-existing psychiatric diagnoses such as anxiety, depression, and addictive disorders are common in trichotillomania.

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  • Trichotillomania is not the underlying cause of hair pulling if there is a medical reason for the hair loss or if another co-existing psychiatric disorder such as hallucination provokes the hair pulling.

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  • These children have a higher rate of other co-existing psychiatric disorders.

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  • For example, if an individual with AS has depression, anxiety or bipolar disorder, medication may treat the co-existing conditions.

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