PA350 Social Security Disability Law Unit 3 assignment Doug Kaye

Mood refers to a prolonged emotion that colors the

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full or partial manic or depressive syndrome. Mood refers to a prolonged emotion that colors the whole psychic life; it generally involves either depression or elation. Also, Mr. McDivet's symptoms of disabilities fall into three sections of subpart P of Appendix 1, Part 404 of Title 20 of the Code of Federal Regulations. Theses sections are as follows; 1. Special Senses and Speech (2.00 and 102.00): Mr McDivet has vertigo and other symptoms of Disturbance of labyrinthine-vestibular function (Including Ménière's disease). Further testing for a complete diagnosis is needed.
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PA350 Social Security Disability Law Unit 3 Assignment 3 3 2. Neurological (11.00 and 111.00): Until further testing is performed to rule out conditions related to symptoms, it is possible that Mr. McDivet has a neurological or nerve disorder that is causing his physical symptoms. 3. Mental Disorders (12.00 and 112.00): Mr. McDivet is experiencing symptoms of depression and possible thoughts of suicidal tendencies. Mr. McDivet needs to be further evaluated for possible mental disorders. Additional medical testing needs to be performed to more accurately rate Mr. McDivets disabilities and provide a clearer diagnosis of his physical and mental conditions.
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PA350 Social Security Disability Law Unit 3 Assignment 4 4 References: Wolfe, J. & Proszek, L. (2003). Social Security disability and the legal profession (1st ed.). Belmont, CA: Thomson/Delmar Learning.
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  • Spring '13
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  • Social Security disability, Disability Law Unit, Security Disability Law

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