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Table 2 Prevalence (%) of comorbidity between diagnostic groups

From: Prevalence and associated factors of mental disorders in the nationwide primary care population in Latvia: a cross-sectional study

Baseline diagnosisPrevalence (95%CI)
Any mood disorderSuicidalityAny anxiety disorderAny psychotic disorderAny alcohol disorderAny eating disorder
Any mood disorder n = 272 50.0 (44.1–55.9)37.9 (32.1–43.7)2.2 (0.5–3.9)8.5 (5.2–11.8)2.9 (0.9–4.9)
Suicidality n = 27650.0 (44.1–55.9) 33.3 (27.7–38.9)4.4 (2.0–6.8)9.1 (5.7–12.5)1.8 (0.2–3.4)
Any anxiety disorder n = 23544.2 (37.9–50.6)39.1 (32.9–45.3) 2.6 (0.6–4.6)8.5 (4.9–12.1)0.4 (0–1.2)
Any psychotic disorder n = 2425.0 (7.7–42.3)50.0 (30.0–70.0)25.0 (7.7–42.3) 16.7 (1.8–31.6)0
Any alcohol use disorder n = 7032.9 (21.9–43.9)35.7 (24.5–46.9)28.6 (18.0–39.2)5.7 (0.3–11.1) 2.9 (0–6.8)
Any eating disorder n = 1553.3 (28.1–78.6)35.7 (11.5–60.0)6.7 (0–19.4)013.3 (0–30.5) 
  1. The most frequently co-occurring mental disorders were any mood disorder, suicidality and any anxiety disorder. Suicidality was the most frequent concurrent phenomenon in any psychotic disorder group. Any eating disorders were highly associated with any mood disorder