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Cfr Amendment For The Evaulation Of Hypertension.


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The VA has amended the regulations for Evaluating Hypertension. It is to be evaluated separately from Hypertensive heart disease and other heart diseases. . Previously, It was included.

Electronic Code of Federal Regulations (e-CFR)

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e-CFR Data is current as of September 7, 2006

Amendment from September 06, 2006

38 CFR--PART 4

View Printed Federal Register page 71 FR 52460 in PDF format.

Amendment(s) published September 6, 2006, in 71 FR 52460

Effective Date(s): October 6, 2006

4. Section 4.104, diagnostic code 7101 is amended by adding a Note (3) to read as follows:

§ 4.104 Schedule of ratings—cardiovascular system.

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7101 * * *

Note (3): Evaluate hypertension separately from hypertensive heart disease and other types of heart disease.

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