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Infiltration of the myocardium

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Heart block - Infiltration of the myocardium Factor

Last reviewed for CCPS 18 July 2006.

Investigative Documents

Medical Report - Infiltration of the Myocardium - Heart Block [MR9333]

Preliminary questions [35950]

35998

there is some evidence that infiltration of the myocardium may be a factor in the development of the condition under consideration.

35999 the veteran has had infiltration of the myocardium due to sarcoidosis, lymphoma, amyloidosis or haemochromatosis at some time.

36001

the veteran's infiltration of the myocardium was due to an illness or injury which is identifiable and which is either sarcoidosis, lymphoma, amyloidosis or haemochromatosis.

36000

as a consequence of the identified illness or injury, the veteran had infiltration of the myocardium at the time of the clinical onset of the condition under consideration.

36002the veteran has established the causal connection between infiltration of the myocardium due to sarcoidosis, lymphoma, amyloidosis or haemochromatosis and VEA service for the clinical onset of heart block.

36003the veteran has established the causal connection between infiltration of the myocardium due to sarcoidosis, lymphoma, amyloidosis or haemochromatosis and operational service for the clinical onset of heart block.

or

36004the veteran has established the causal connection between infiltration of the myocardium due to sarcoidosis, lymphoma, amyloidosis or haemochromatosis and eligible service for the clinical onset of heart block.

Clinical onset and operational service [36003]

36005the identified illness or injury, which caused the infiltration of the myocardium, is causally related to operational service.

Clinical onset and eligible service [36004]

36006the identified illness or injury, which caused the infiltration of the myocardium, is causally related to eligible service.