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Specific clinically significant psychiatric condition for the onset of panic disorder

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Panic disorder - Specific clinically significant psychiatric condition for the onset of panic disorder Factor

Last reviewed for CCPS 12 May 2010.

Preliminary questions [41389]

41399 there is some evidence that a clinically significant psychiatric condition may be a factor in the development of the condition under consideration.

41401 the veteran's specific psychiatric condition for the onset of panic disorder was clinically significant.

41402

the veteran's specific psychiatric condition for the onset of panic disorder was clinically significant at the time of the clinical onset of the condition under consideration.

41403the veteran's specific psychiatric condition for the onset of panic disorder which was clinically significant at the time of the clinical onset of the condition under consideration is an illness or injury which is identifiable.

41404the veteran has established the causal connection between the specific clinically significant psychiatric condition and VEA service for the clinical onset of the condition under consideration.

41405the veteran has established the causal connection between the specific clinically significant psychiatric condition and operational service for the clinical onset of the condition under consideration.

or

41406the veteran has established the causal connection between the specific clinically significant psychiatric condition and eligible service for the clinical onset of the condition under consideration.

Clinical onset and operational service [41405]

41407the identified illness or injury, a specific clinically significant psychiatric condition for the onset of panic disorder, is causally related to operational service.

Clinical onset and eligible service [41406]

41408the identified illness or injury, a specific clinically significant psychiatric condition for the onset of panic disorder, is causally related to eligible service.