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A specified mineral or electrolyte abnormality

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Heart block - A specified mineral or electrolyte abnormality Factor

Last reviewed for CCPS 18 July 2006.

Preliminary questions [35957]

36052 there is some evidence that a specified mineral or electrolyte abnormality may be a factor in the development of the condition under consideration.

36053the veteran has had a specified mineral or electrolyte abnormality at some time.

2725 the veteran has shown evidence of hypercalcaemia at some time.

or

36149 the veteran has had hyperkalaemia at some time.

or

36150 the veteran has had hypermagnesaemia at some time.

or

36151 the veteran has had hypokalaemia at some time.

or

36152 the veteran has had hypomagnesaemia at some time.

or

36153 the veteran has had hyponatraemia at some time.

36056the veteran has established the causal connection between a specified mineral or electrolyte abnormality and VEA service for the clinical onset of heart block.

36057the veteran has established the causal connection between a specified mineral or electrolyte abnormality and operational service for the clinical onset of heart block.

or

36058the veteran has established the causal connection between a specified mineral or electrolyte abnormality and eligible service for the clinical onset of heart block.

Clinical onset and operational service [36057]

36054 the veteran had the identified illness or injury, a mineral or electrolyte abnormality, at the time of the clinical onset of the condition under consideration.

36059the identified illness or injury, a mineral or electrolyte abnormality, is causally related to operational service.

Clinical onset and eligible service [36058]

36061

the identified illness or injury, a mineral or electrolyte abnormality, is one of the diseases available in eligible service cases.

36054

the veteran had the identified illness or injury, a mineral or electrolyte abnormality, at the time of the clinical onset of the condition under consideration.

36060the identified illness or injury, a mineral or electrolyte abnormality, is causally related to eligible service.