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Document Attached To Help With Chronicity And Continuity


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I'm not sure I attached this file right, so if someone needs it emailed, just let me know. This document info came from the DAV Court Citations.

Also don't overlook the diseases or conditions that are considered chronic already. If a veteran can show he or she developed one of the listed diseases during service or within the presumptive period and has a current diagnosis and disability from the disease, it shouldn't be a big hassle to service-connect even after a long delay in applying. Even many years.

Chronic diseases listed in 38 U.S.C.S. § 1101(3) or adopted by VA in 38 C.F.R § 3.309(a) (2005) are the following:

Anemia, primary;

arteriosclerosis;

arthritis;

atrophy,progressive muscular

brain hemorrhage;

brain thrombosis;

bronchiectasis;

calculi of the kidney, bladder, or gallbladder;

cardiovascular-renal disease, including hypertension; [i've been told a few HP readings is not considered a diagnosis of hypertension]

cirrhosis of the liver;

coccidioidomycosis;

diabetes mellitus;

encephalitis lethargica residuals;

endocarditis;

endocrinopathies;

epilepsies;

Hansen’s disease;

Hodgkin’s disease;

leukemia;

lupus erythematosus, systemic;

myasthenia gravis;

myelitis;

myocarditis;

nephritis;

organic diseases of the nervous system;

osteitis deformans (Paget’s disease);

osteomalacia;

palsy, bulbar;

paralysis agitans (Parkinson’s disease);

psychoses;

purpura idiopathic, hemorrhagic;

Raynaud’s disease;

sarcoidosis;

scleroderma;

sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral;

sclerosis, multiple;

syringomyelia;

thromboangiitis obliterans (Buerger’s disease);

tuberculosis, active;

tumors, malignant, or of the brain or spinal cord or peripheral nerves;

and ulcers, peptic (gastric or duodenal).

Hope this helps.

Carrie

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Josephine,

You're welcome! :rolleyes:

I noticed several posts on this so I thought it might help. If I can help you with anything else let me know. I wish you the best...and thank you for your service.

Carrie

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