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Angle-closure glaucoma - Intraocular lesion Factor

Last reviewed for CCPS 18 July 2006.

Preliminary questions [26681]

26682 there is some evidence that an intraocular lesion may be a factor in the development of the condition under consideration.

26683 the veteran has suffered from an intraocular lesion at some time.

26684 the veteran has suffered from an intraocular lesion of side and site of the body at some time.

26685

the veteran was suffering from an intraocular lesion of side and site of the body at the time of the clinical onset of the condition under consideration.

26686

the intraocular lesion of side and site of the body, which the veteran was suffering at the time of the clinical onset of the condition under consideration, occurred as a result of an illness or injury which is identifiable.

26687the veteran has established the causal connection between the intraocular lesion and VEA service for the clinical onset of the condition under consideration.

26688the veteran has established the causal connection between the intraocular lesion and operational service for the clinical onset of the condition under consideration.

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26689the veteran has established the causal connection between the intraocular lesion and eligible service for the clinical onset of the condition under consideration.

Clinical onset and operational service [26688]

26690the identified illness or injury, which caused the intraocular lesion of side and site of the body, is causally related to operational service.

Clinical onset and eligible service [26689]

26691the identified illness or injury, which caused the intraocular lesion of side and site of the body, is causally related to eligible service.