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Injury or disorder affecting the function of the oculomotor nerve or ciliary muscle

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Accommodation disorder - Injury or disorder affecting the function of the oculomotor nerve or ciliary muscle Factor

Last reviewed for CCPS 09 September 2009.

Preliminary questions [21598]

21604 the veteran has had an injury or disorder affecting the function of the oculomotor nerve or ciliary muscle at some time.

21605

the veteran has had an injury or disorder affecting the function of the oculomotor nerve or ciliary muscle of side and site of the body at some time.

21606an injury or disorder affecting the function of the oculomotor nerve or ciliary muscle means any pathological process affecting the brain stem or the oculomotor nerve anywhere along its course (including the oculomotor nucleus, fascicles, subarachnoid space, cavernous sinus or orbit) that leads to a disturbance in the oculomotor nerve function, or ciliary muscle function, causing impairment of accommodation. [Default true]

21607

the veteran had the identified illness or injury, which affected the function of the oculomotor nerve or ciliary muscle of side and site of the body, at the time of the clinical onset of the condition under consideration. [Default true]

21608the veteran has established the causal connection between the injury or disorder affecting the function of the oculomotor nerve or ciliary muscle and VEA service for the clinical onset of accommodation disorder.

21609the veteran has established the causal connection between the injury or disorder affecting the function of the oculomotor nerve or ciliary muscle and operational service for the clinical onset of accommodation disorder.

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21610the veteran has established the causal connection between the injury or disorder affecting the function of the oculomotor nerve or ciliary muscle and eligible service for the clinical onset of accommodation disorder.

Clinical onset and operational service [21609]

21611the identified illness or injury, which affected the function of the oculomotor nerve or ciliary muscle of side and site of the body at the time of the clinical onset of the condition under consideration, is causally related to operational service.

Clinical onset and eligible service [21610]

21612the identified illness or injury, which affected the function of the oculomotor nerve or ciliary muscle of side and site of the body at the time of the clinical onset of the condition under consideration, is causally related to eligible service.