SOP Information

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/sop-information

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SOPs and Supporting Information – alphabetic listing

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-and-supporting-information-alphabetic-listing

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<h5>This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)</h5><p>Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.</p><p>For each listed condition there are:</p><ul><li>Links to the current RMA SOPs; and</li><li>Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:<ul><li>confirming a diagnosis;</li><li>applying a SOP correctly;</li><li>establishing clinical onset;</li><li>assessing clinical worsening;</li><li>applicable ICD codes; and </li><li>changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.</li></ul></li></ul><p> </p><p>Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. </p><p> </p><p>Also in this section of CLIK are:</p><ul><li>Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;</li><li>Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and</li><li>A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser</li></ul><p> </p><p>RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the <a href="http://www.rma.gov.au&quot; target="_blank">Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.</a></p>

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b

Accidental Hypothermia S010

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/accidental-hypothermia-s010-t68

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Accommodation Disorder F048

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/accommodation-disorder-f048-h525

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Onset and Factor Information for Accommodation Disorder

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/accommodation-disorder-f048-h525/rulebase-accommodation-disorder

Inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for accommodation disorder

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/accommodation-disorder-f048-h525/rulebase-accommodation-disorder/inability-obtain-appropriate-clinical-management-accommodation-disorder

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

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/accommodation-disorder-f048-h525/rulebase-accommodation-disorder/injury-or-disorder-affecting-function-oculomotor-nerve-or-ciliary-muscle

Achilles Tendinopathy and Bursitis N038

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/achilles-tendinopathy-and-bursitis-n038-m766

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Factors in CCPS as at 18 July 2007 (N038)

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/achilles-tendinopathy-and-bursitis-n038/factors-ccps-18-july-2007-n038

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A renal transplant

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/achilles-tendinopathy-and-bursitis-n038-m766/rulebase-achilles-tendinopathy-and-bursitis/renal-transplant

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A specified biomechanical abnormality involving the foot

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/achilles-tendinopathy-and-bursitis-n038-m766/rulebase-achilles-tendinopathy-and-bursitis/specified-biomechanical-abnormality-involving-foot

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A systemic arthritic disease for Achilles tendinopathy and bursitis

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/achilles-tendinopathy-and-bursitis-n038-m766/rulebase-achilles-tendinopathy-and-bursitis/systemic-arthritic-disease-achilles-tendinopathy-and-bursitis

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Extended weight bearing exercise

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/achilles-tendinopathy-and-bursitis-n038-m766/rulebase-achilles-tendinopathy-and-bursitis/extended-weight-bearing-exercise

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No appropriate clinical management for Achilles tendonitis or bursitis

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/achilles-tendinopathy-and-bursitis-n038-m766/rulebase-achilles-tendinopathy-and-bursitis/no-appropriate-clinical-management-achilles-tendonitis-or-bursitis

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Treatment with fluoroquinolone antibiotics

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/achilles-tendinopathy-and-bursitis-n038-m766/rulebase-achilles-tendinopathy-and-bursitis/treatment-fluoroquinolone-antibiotics

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Acoustic Neuroma B057

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/acoustic-neuroma-b057-d333

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Acquired Cataract F023

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/acquired-cataract-f023-h25h26h281h282

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Factors in CCPS as at 20 August 2008 (F023)

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023/factors-ccps-20-august-2008-f023

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A severe thermal or chemical burn to the eye

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023/factors-ccps-20-august-2008-f023/severe-thermal-or-chemical-burn-eye

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Amiodarone therapy

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023/factors-ccps-20-august-2008-f023/amiodarone-therapy

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Atomic radiation

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023/factors-ccps-20-august-2008-f023/atomic-radiation

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Blunt trauma to the eye

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023/factors-ccps-20-august-2008-f023/blunt-trauma-eye

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Chronic hypocalcaemia

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023/factors-ccps-20-august-2008-f023/chronic-hypocalcaemia

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Cigar smoking

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023/factors-ccps-20-august-2008-f023/cigar-smoking

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Cigarette smoking

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023/factors-ccps-20-august-2008-f023/cigarette-smoking

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Diabetes mellitus

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023/factors-ccps-20-august-2008-f023/diabetes-mellitus

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Electrical injury

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023-h25h26h281h282/rulebase-acquired-cataract/electrical-injury

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Glaucoma

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023/factors-ccps-20-august-2008-f023/glaucoma

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Inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for acquired cataract

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023/factors-ccps-20-august-2008-f023/inability-obtain-appropriate-clinical-management-acquired-cataract

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Intraocular surgery

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023/factors-ccps-20-august-2008-f023/intraocular-surgery

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Penetrating injury to the eye

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023/factors-ccps-20-august-2008-f023/penetrating-injury-eye

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Pipe smoking

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023/factors-ccps-20-august-2008-f023/pipe-smoking

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Smoking tobacco products - material contribution

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023/factors-ccps-20-august-2008-f023/smoking-tobacco-products-material-contribution

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Sunlight exposure to the unprotected eye

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023-h25h26h281h282/rulebase-acquired-cataract/sunlight-exposure-unprotected-eye

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Therapeutic radiation to the region of the eyes

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023-h25h26h281h282/rulebase-acquired-cataract/therapeutic-radiation-region-eyes

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Treatment with allopurinol

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023-h25h26h281h282/rulebase-acquired-cataract/treatment-allopurinol

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Treatment with oral or topical or inhalational corticosteroids

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023/factors-ccps-20-august-2008-f023/treatment-oral-or-topical-or-inhalational-corticosteroids

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Treatment with phenothiazines

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023-h25h26h281h282/rulebase-acquired-cataract/treatment-phenothiazines

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Uveitis or iridocyclitis of the affected eye

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acquired-cataract-f023-h25h26h281h282/rulebase-acquired-cataract/uveitis-or-iridocyclitis-affected-eye

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Acute Articular Cartilage Tear N069

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/acute-articular-cartilage-tear-n069-s833t1431

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Factors in CCPS (N069)

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-articular-cartilage-tear-n069-s833t1431/rulebase-acute-articular-cartilage-tear

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Inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for acute articular cartilage tear

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-articular-cartilage-tear-n069-s833t1431/rulebase-acute-articular-cartilage-tear/inability-obtain-appropriate-clinical-management-acute-articular-cartilage-tear

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Significant physical force

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-articular-cartilage-tear-n069-s833t1431/rulebase-acute-articular-cartilage-tear/significant-physical-force

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Acute Infectious Mononucleosis A047

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/acute-infectious-mononucleosis-a047-b270

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Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia / Lymphoblastic Lymphoma B014

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/acute-lymphoblastic-leukaemia-b014-c910-c915

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Rulebase for acute lymphoid leukaemia

<h5>This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)</h5><p>Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.</p><p>For each listed condition there are:</p><ul><li>Links to the current RMA SOPs; and</li><li>Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:<ul><li>confirming a diagnosis;</li><li>applying a SOP correctly;</li><li>establishing clinical onset;</li><li>assessing clinical worsening;</li><li>applicable ICD codes; and </li><li>changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.</li></ul></li></ul><p> </p><p>Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. </p><p> </p><p>Also in this section of CLIK are:</p><ul><li>Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;</li><li>Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and</li><li>A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser</li></ul><p> </p><p>RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the <a href="http://www.rma.gov.au&quot; target="_blank">Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.</a></p>

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-lymphoblastic-leukaemia-b014-c910-c915/rulebase-acute-lymphoid-leukaemia

A course of therapeutic radiation

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-lymphoblastic-leukaemia-b014-c910-c915/rulebase-acute-lymphoid-leukaemia/course-therapeutic-radiation

Atomic radiation

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-lymphoblastic-leukaemia-b014-c910-c915/rulebase-acute-lymphoid-leukaemia/atomic-radiation

HTLV-1 infection

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-lymphoblastic-leukaemia-b014-c910-c915/rulebase-acute-lymphoid-leukaemia/htlv-1-infection

Inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for acute lymphoid leukaemia

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-lymphoblastic-leukaemia-b014-c910-c915/rulebase-acute-lymphoid-leukaemia/inability-obtain-appropriate-clinical-management-acute-lymphoid-leukaemia

Infection with the Epstein-Barr virus

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-lymphoblastic-leukaemia-b014-c910-c915/rulebase-acute-lymphoid-leukaemia/infection-epstein-barr-virus

Acute Meniscal Tear of the Knee N067

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/acute-meniscal-tear-knee-n067-s832

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Factors in CCPS as at 10 June 2012 (N067)

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/acute-meniscal-tear-knee-n067/factors-ccps-10-june-2012-n067

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Inability to obtain approropriate clinical management for acute meniscal tear of the knee

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-meniscal-tear-knee-n067-s832/rulebase-acute-meniscal-tear-knee/inability-obtain-approropriate-clinical-management-acute-meniscal-tear-knee

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Significant physical force

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-meniscal-tear-knee-n067-s832/rulebase-acute-meniscal-tear-knee/significant-physical-force

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Acute Myeloid Leukaemia B003

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/acute-myeloid-leukaemia-b003-c9200-01c9230-31c9

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Rulebase for acute myeloid leukaemia

<h5>This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)</h5><p>Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.</p><p>For each listed condition there are:</p><ul><li>Links to the current RMA SOPs; and</li><li>Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:<ul><li>confirming a diagnosis;</li><li>applying a SOP correctly;</li><li>establishing clinical onset;</li><li>assessing clinical worsening;</li><li>applicable ICD codes; and </li><li>changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.</li></ul></li></ul><p> </p><p>Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. </p><p> </p><p>Also in this section of CLIK are:</p><ul><li>Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;</li><li>Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and</li><li>A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser</li></ul><p> </p><p>RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the <a href="http://www.rma.gov.au&quot; target="_blank">Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.</a></p>

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-myeloid-leukaemia-b003-c9200-01c9230-31c9/rulebase-acute-myeloid-leukaemia

Atomic radiation

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-myeloid-leukaemia-b003-c9200-01c9230-31c9/rulebase-acute-myeloid-leukaemia/atomic-radiation

Being exposed to benzene

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-myeloid-leukaemia-b003-c9200-01c9230-31c9/rulebase-acute-myeloid-leukaemia/being-exposed-benzene

Being obese

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-myeloid-leukaemia-b003-c9200-01c9230-31c9/rulebase-acute-myeloid-leukaemia/being-obese

Chemotherapy

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-myeloid-leukaemia-b003-c9200-01c9230-31c9/rulebase-acute-myeloid-leukaemia/chemotherapy

Cigar smoking

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-myeloid-leukaemia-b003-c9200-01c9230-31c9/rulebase-acute-myeloid-leukaemia/cigar-smoking

Cigarette smoking

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-myeloid-leukaemia-b003-c9200-01c9230-31c9/rulebase-acute-myeloid-leukaemia/cigarette-smoking

Cumulative exposure to benzene

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-myeloid-leukaemia-b003-c9200-01c9230-31c9/rulebase-acute-myeloid-leukaemia/cumulative-exposure-benzene

Exposure to AVGAS or petroleum products containing benzene

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-myeloid-leukaemia-b003-c9200-01c9230-31c9/rulebase-acute-myeloid-leukaemia/exposure-avgas-or-petroleum-products-containing-benzene

Inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for acute myeloid leukaemia

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-myeloid-leukaemia-b003-c9200-01c9230-31c9/rulebase-acute-myeloid-leukaemia/inability-obtain-appropriate-clinical-management-acute-myeloid-leukaemia

Myelodysplastic disorder

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-myeloid-leukaemia-b003-c9200-01c9230-31c9/rulebase-acute-myeloid-leukaemia/myelodysplastic-disorder

Pipe smoking

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-myeloid-leukaemia-b003-c9200-01c9230-31c9/rulebase-acute-myeloid-leukaemia/pipe-smoking

Smoking tobacco products - material contribution

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-myeloid-leukaemia-b003-c9200-01c9230-31c9/rulebase-acute-myeloid-leukaemia/smoking-tobacco-products-material-contribution

Therapeutic radiation

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-myeloid-leukaemia-b003-c9200-01c9230-31c9/rulebase-acute-myeloid-leukaemia/therapeutic-radiation

Thorium dioxide (Thorotrast)

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-myeloid-leukaemia-b003-c9200-01c9230-31c9/rulebase-acute-myeloid-leukaemia/thorium-dioxide-thorotrast

Acute Pancreatitis J013

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/acute-pancreatitis-j013-k85

Last amended

Rulebase for acute pancreatitis

<h5>This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)</h5><p>Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.</p><p>For each listed condition there are:</p><ul><li>Links to the current RMA SOPs; and</li><li>Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:<ul><li>confirming a diagnosis;</li><li>applying a SOP correctly;</li><li>establishing clinical onset;</li><li>assessing clinical worsening;</li><li>applicable ICD codes; and </li><li>changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.</li></ul></li></ul><p> </p><p>Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. </p><p> </p><p>Also in this section of CLIK are:</p><ul><li>Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;</li><li>Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and</li><li>A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser</li></ul><p> </p><p>RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the <a href="http://www.rma.gov.au&quot; target="_blank">Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.</a></p>

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-pancreatitis-j013-k85/rulebase-acute-pancreatitis

Acute toxicity from oral ingestion of a specified substance

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-pancreatitis-j013-k85/rulebase-acute-pancreatitis/acute-toxicity-oral-ingestion-specified-substance

Alcohol consumption

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-pancreatitis-j013-k85/rulebase-acute-pancreatitis/alcohol-consumption

Being bitten by the scorpion Tityus trinitatis

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-pancreatitis-j013-k85/rulebase-acute-pancreatitis/being-bitten-scorpion-tityus-trinitatis

Cholelithiasis

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-pancreatitis-j013-k85/rulebase-acute-pancreatitis/cholelithiasis

Course of therapeutic drugs in Table 1 of schedule for acute pancreatitis

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-pancreatitis-j013-k85/rulebase-acute-pancreatitis/course-therapeutic-drugs-table-1-schedule-acute-pancreatitis

Course of therapeutic drugs in Table 2 of schedule for acute pancreatitis

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-pancreatitis-j013-k85/rulebase-acute-pancreatitis/course-therapeutic-drugs-table-2-schedule-acute-pancreatitis

Disseminated intravascular coagulation or profound systemic hypotension

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-pancreatitis-j013-k85/rulebase-acute-pancreatitis/disseminated-intravascular-coagulation-or-profound-systemic-hypotension

Endoscopic examination involving the pancreas

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-pancreatitis-j013-k85/rulebase-acute-pancreatitis/endoscopic-examination-involving-pancreas

Hypercalcaemia

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-pancreatitis-j013-k85/rulebase-acute-pancreatitis/hypercalcaemia

Hypertriglyceridemia

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-pancreatitis-j013-k85/rulebase-acute-pancreatitis/hypertriglyceridemia

Inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for acute pancreatitis

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-pancreatitis-j013-k85/rulebase-acute-pancreatitis/inability-obtain-appropriate-clinical-management-acute-pancreatitis

Infection with a specified organism

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-pancreatitis-j013-k85/rulebase-acute-pancreatitis/infection-specified-organism

Pancreatic outflow obstruction

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-pancreatitis-j013-k85/rulebase-acute-pancreatitis/pancreatic-outflow-obstruction

Penetrating or major blunt trauma to the upper abdomen

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-pancreatitis-j013-k85/rulebase-acute-pancreatitis/penetrating-or-major-blunt-trauma-upper-abdomen

Renal or hepatic or cardiac transplantation

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-pancreatitis-j013-k85/rulebase-acute-pancreatitis/renal-or-hepatic-or-cardiac-transplantation

Surgery to the abdomen or thorax

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-pancreatitis-j013-k85/rulebase-acute-pancreatitis/surgery-abdomen-or-thorax

Systemic vasculitis

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-pancreatitis-j013-k85/rulebase-acute-pancreatitis/systemic-vasculitis

Acute Stress Disorder E008

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-stress-disorder-e008-308

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Rulebase for acute stress disorder

<h5>This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)</h5><p>Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.</p><p>For each listed condition there are:</p><ul><li>Links to the current RMA SOPs; and</li><li>Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:<ul><li>confirming a diagnosis;</li><li>applying a SOP correctly;</li><li>establishing clinical onset;</li><li>assessing clinical worsening;</li><li>applicable ICD codes; and </li><li>changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.</li></ul></li></ul><p> </p><p>Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. </p><p> </p><p>Also in this section of CLIK are:</p><ul><li>Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;</li><li>Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and</li><li>A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser</li></ul><p> </p><p>RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the <a href="http://www.rma.gov.au&quot; target="_blank">Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.</a></p>

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-stress-disorder-e008-308/rulebase-acute-stress-disorder

A category 1A stressor - experiencing a specified event

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-stress-disorder-e008-308/rulebase-acute-stress-disorder/category-1a-stressor-experiencing-specified-event

A category 1B stressor

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-stress-disorder-e008-308/rulebase-acute-stress-disorder/category-1b-stressor

Having a significant other who experiences a category 1A stressor

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-stress-disorder-e008-308/rulebase-acute-stress-disorder/having-significant-other-who-experiences-category-1a-stressor

Inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for acute stress disorder

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-stress-disorder-e008-308/rulebase-acute-stress-disorder/inability-obtain-appropriate-clinical-management-acute-stress-disorder

Traumatic death of a significant other

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/acute-stress-disorder-e008-308/rulebase-acute-stress-disorder/traumatic-death-significant-other

Acute rheumatic fever G043

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/acute-rheumatic-fever-g043-i00i01i02

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Adenocarcinoma of the Kidney B012

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/adenocarcinoma-kidney-b012-c64

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Cigar smoking

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/adenocarcinoma-kidney-b012-c64/rulebase-adenocarcinoma-kidney/cigar-smoking

Cigarette smoking

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/adenocarcinoma-kidney-b012-c64/rulebase-adenocarcinoma-kidney/cigarette-smoking

Cumulative inhalation of respirable asbestos fibres

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/adenocarcinoma-kidney-b012-c64/rulebase-adenocarcinoma-kidney/cumulative-inhalation-respirable-asbestos-fibres

Inhaling respirable asbestos fibres in an enclosed space

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/adenocarcinoma-kidney-b012-c64/rulebase-adenocarcinoma-kidney/inhaling-respirable-asbestos-fibres-enclosed-space

No appropriate clinical management for adenocarcinoma of the kidney

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/adenocarcinoma-kidney-b012-c64/rulebase-adenocarcinoma-kidney/no-appropriate-clinical-management-adenocarcinoma-kidney

Obesity

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/adenocarcinoma-kidney-b012-c64/rulebase-adenocarcinoma-kidney/obesity

Pipe smoking

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/adenocarcinoma-kidney-b012-c64/rulebase-adenocarcinoma-kidney/pipe-smoking

Renal cystic disease secondary to end stage renal disease

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/adenocarcinoma-kidney-b012-c64/rulebase-adenocarcinoma-kidney/renal-cystic-disease-secondary-end-stage-renal-disease

Smoking tobacco products - material contribution

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/adenocarcinoma-kidney-b012-c64/rulebase-adenocarcinoma-kidney/smoking-tobacco-products-material-contribution

Adhesive Capsulitis of the Shoulder N010

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/adhesive-capsulitis-shoulder-n010-m750

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Rulebase for adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder

<h5>This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)</h5><p>Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.</p><p>For each listed condition there are:</p><ul><li>Links to the current RMA SOPs; and</li><li>Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:<ul><li>confirming a diagnosis;</li><li>applying a SOP correctly;</li><li>establishing clinical onset;</li><li>assessing clinical worsening;</li><li>applicable ICD codes; and </li><li>changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.</li></ul></li></ul><p> </p><p>Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. </p><p> </p><p>Also in this section of CLIK are:</p><ul><li>Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;</li><li>Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and</li><li>A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser</li></ul><p> </p><p>RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the <a href="http://www.rma.gov.au&quot; target="_blank">Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.</a></p>

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/adhesive-capsulitis-shoulder-n010-m750/rulebase-adhesive-capsulitis-shoulder

Diabetes mellitus

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/adhesive-capsulitis-shoulder-n010-m750/rulebase-adhesive-capsulitis-shoulder/diabetes-mellitus

No appropriate clinical management for adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/adhesive-capsulitis-shoulder-n010-m750/rulebase-adhesive-capsulitis-shoulder/no-appropriate-clinical-management-adhesive-capsulitis-shoulder

Paralysis involving the shoulder

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/adhesive-capsulitis-shoulder-n010-m750/rulebase-adhesive-capsulitis-shoulder/paralysis-involving-shoulder

Trauma to the shoulder

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/adhesive-capsulitis-shoulder-n010-m750/rulebase-adhesive-capsulitis-shoulder/trauma-shoulder

Adjustment Disorder E016

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/adjustment-disorder-e016-3090309130924309

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Factors in CCPS as at 15 October 2008 (E016)

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/adjustment-disorder-e016-3090309130924309/rulebase-adjustment-disorder

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A category 1A stressor

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/adjustment-disorder-e016/factors-ccps-15-october-2008-e016/category-1a-stressor

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A category 1B stressor

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/adjustment-disorder-e016/factors-ccps-15-october-2008-e016/category-1b-stressor

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A category 2 stressor

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/adjustment-disorder-e016/factors-ccps-15-october-2008-e016/category-2-stressor

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A clinically significant psychiatric condition

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/adjustment-disorder-e016/factors-ccps-15-october-2008-e016/clinically-significant-psychiatric-condition

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A serious medical illness or injury

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/adjustment-disorder-e016/factors-ccps-15-october-2008-e016/serious-medical-illness-or-injury

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A significant other who experiences a category 1A stressor

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/adjustment-disorder-e016/factors-ccps-15-october-2008-e016/significant-other-who-experiences-category-1a-stressor

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Chronic pain

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/adjustment-disorder-e016/factors-ccps-15-october-2008-e016/chronic-pain

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Inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for adjustment disorder

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/adjustment-disorder-e016/factors-ccps-15-october-2008-e016/inability-obtain-appropriate-clinical-management-adjustment-disorder

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Miscarriage or foetal death in-utero or stillbirth

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/adjustment-disorder-e016/factors-ccps-15-october-2008-e016/miscarriage-or-foetal-death-utero-or-stillbirth

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The death of a significant other

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/adjustment-disorder-e016/factors-ccps-15-october-2008-e016/death-significant-other

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Adrenal Insufficiency C032

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/adrenal-insufficiency-c032-e271e272e273e27

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Albinism P008

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/albinism-p008-27021

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Alcohol Use Disorder E025

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/alcohol-use-disorder-e025-f101f102

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Factors in CCPS as at 9 September 2009 (E025)

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/alcohol-use-disorder-e025/factors-ccps-9-september-2009-e025

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A category 1A stressor

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/alcohol-use-disorder-e025-f101f102/rulebase-alcohol-dependence-and-alcohol-abuse/category-1a-stressor

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A category 1B stressor

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/alcohol-use-disorder-e025-f101f102/rulebase-alcohol-dependence-and-alcohol-abuse/category-1b-stressor

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A clinically significant psychiatric condition

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/alcohol-use-disorder-e025-f101f102/rulebase-alcohol-dependence-and-alcohol-abuse/clinically-significant-psychiatric-condition

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A serious medical illness or injury

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/alcohol-use-disorder-e025-f101f102/rulebase-alcohol-dependence-and-alcohol-abuse/serious-medical-illness-or-injury

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No appropriate clinical management for alcohol dependence or alcohol abuse

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/alcohol-use-disorder-e025-f101f102/rulebase-alcohol-dependence-and-alcohol-abuse/no-appropriate-clinical-management-alcohol-dependence-or-alcohol-abuse

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Severe childhood abuse

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/alcohol-use-disorder-e025-f101f102/rulebase-alcohol-dependence-and-alcohol-abuse/severe-childhood-abuse

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The death of a significant other

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/alcohol-use-disorder-e025-f101f102/rulebase-alcohol-dependence-and-alcohol-abuse/death-significant-other

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Alkaptonuria P001

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/alkaptonuria-p001-e702

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Rulebase for alkaptonuria

<h5>This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)</h5><p>Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.</p><p>For each listed condition there are:</p><ul><li>Links to the current RMA SOPs; and</li><li>Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:<ul><li>confirming a diagnosis;</li><li>applying a SOP correctly;</li><li>establishing clinical onset;</li><li>assessing clinical worsening;</li><li>applicable ICD codes; and </li><li>changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.</li></ul></li></ul><p> </p><p>Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. </p><p> </p><p>Also in this section of CLIK are:</p><ul><li>Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;</li><li>Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and</li><li>A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser</li></ul><p> </p><p>RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the <a href="http://www.rma.gov.au&quot; target="_blank">Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.</a></p>

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/alkaptonuria-p001-e702/rulebase-alkaptonuria

Inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for alkaptonuria

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/alkaptonuria-p001-e702/rulebase-alkaptonuria/inability-obtain-appropriate-clinical-management-alkaptonuria

Trauma to joint manifesting in alkaptonuric arthritis

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/alkaptonuria-p001-e702/rulebase-alkaptonuria/trauma-joint-manifesting-alkaptonuric-arthritis

Allergic Rhinitis F004

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/allergic-rhinitis-f004-j301j302j303j304

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Rulebase for allergic rhinitis

<h5>This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)</h5><p>Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.</p><p>For each listed condition there are:</p><ul><li>Links to the current RMA SOPs; and</li><li>Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:<ul><li>confirming a diagnosis;</li><li>applying a SOP correctly;</li><li>establishing clinical onset;</li><li>assessing clinical worsening;</li><li>applicable ICD codes; and </li><li>changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.</li></ul></li></ul><p> </p><p>Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. </p><p> </p><p>Also in this section of CLIK are:</p><ul><li>Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;</li><li>Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and</li><li>A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser</li></ul><p> </p><p>RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the <a href="http://www.rma.gov.au&quot; target="_blank">Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.</a></p>

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/allergic-rhinitis-f004-j301j302j303j304/rulebase-allergic-rhinitis

Exposure to allergen causing allergic rhinitis

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/allergic-rhinitis-f004-j301j302j303j304/rulebase-allergic-rhinitis/exposure-allergen-causing-allergic-rhinitis

Inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for allergic rhinitis

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/allergic-rhinitis-f004-j301j302j303j304/rulebase-allergic-rhinitis/inability-obtain-appropriate-clinical-management-allergic-rhinitis

Allergic contact dermatitis M004

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/allergic-contact-dermatitis-m004-l23

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Rulebase for contact dermatitis

<h5>This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)</h5><p>Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.</p><p>For each listed condition there are:</p><ul><li>Links to the current RMA SOPs; and</li><li>Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:<ul><li>confirming a diagnosis;</li><li>applying a SOP correctly;</li><li>establishing clinical onset;</li><li>assessing clinical worsening;</li><li>applicable ICD codes; and </li><li>changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.</li></ul></li></ul><p> </p><p>Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. </p><p> </p><p>Also in this section of CLIK are:</p><ul><li>Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;</li><li>Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and</li><li>A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser</li></ul><p> </p><p>RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the <a href="http://www.rma.gov.au&quot; target="_blank">Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.</a></p>

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/allergic-contact-dermatitis-m004-l23/rulebase-contact-dermatitis

Direct cutaneous exposure to an irritant

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/allergic-contact-dermatitis-m004-l23/rulebase-contact-dermatitis/direct-cutaneous-exposure-irritant

Exposure to an allergen responsible for contact dermatitis

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/allergic-contact-dermatitis-m004-l23/rulebase-contact-dermatitis/exposure-allergen-responsible-contact-dermatitis

Inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for contact dermatitis

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/allergic-contact-dermatitis-m004-l23/rulebase-contact-dermatitis/inability-obtain-appropriate-clinical-management-contact-dermatitis

Re-exposure to an allergen responsible for contact dermatitis

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/allergic-contact-dermatitis-m004-l23/rulebase-contact-dermatitis/re-exposure-allergen-responsible-contact-dermatitis

Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency P002

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/alpha-1-antitrypsin-deficiency-p002-2776

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Rulebase for alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency

<h5>This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)</h5><p>Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.</p><p>For each listed condition there are:</p><ul><li>Links to the current RMA SOPs; and</li><li>Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:<ul><li>confirming a diagnosis;</li><li>applying a SOP correctly;</li><li>establishing clinical onset;</li><li>assessing clinical worsening;</li><li>applicable ICD codes; and </li><li>changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.</li></ul></li></ul><p> </p><p>Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. </p><p> </p><p>Also in this section of CLIK are:</p><ul><li>Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;</li><li>Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and</li><li>A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser</li></ul><p> </p><p>RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the <a href="http://www.rma.gov.au&quot; target="_blank">Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.</a></p>

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/alpha-1-antitrypsin-deficiency-p002-2776/rulebase-alpha-1-antitrypsin-deficiency

No appropriate clinical management for alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/alpha-1-antitrypsin-deficiency-p002-2776/rulebase-alpha-1-antitrypsin-deficiency/no-appropriate-clinical-management-alpha-1-antitrypsin-deficiency

Alzheimer disease F020

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/alzheimer-type-dementia-f020-g30

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Factors in CCPS as at 16 September 2011 (F020)

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/alzheimer-type-dementia-f020/factors-ccps-16-september-2011-f020

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A moderate to severe cerebral trauma

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/alzheimer-type-dementia-f020/factors-ccps-16-september-2011-f020/moderate-severe-cerebral-trauma

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Cigar smoking

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/alzheimer-type-dementia-f020/factors-ccps-16-september-2011-f020/cigar-smoking

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Cigarette smoking

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/alzheimer-type-dementia-f020/factors-ccps-16-september-2011-f020/cigarette-smoking

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Diabetes Mellitus

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/alzheimer-type-dementia-f020/factors-ccps-16-september-2011-f020/diabetes-mellitus

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Dyslipidaemia

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/alzheimer-type-dementia-f020/factors-ccps-16-september-2011-f020/dyslipidaemia

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Electromagnetic field exposure

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/alzheimer-type-dementia-f020/factors-ccps-16-september-2011-f020/electromagnetic-field-exposure

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Hyperhomocysteinaemia

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/alzheimer-type-dementia-f020/factors-ccps-16-september-2011-f020/hyperhomocysteinaemia

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Hypertension

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/alzheimer-type-dementia-f020/factors-ccps-16-september-2011-f020/hypertension

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Inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for Alzheimer-type dementia

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/alzheimer-type-dementia-f020/factors-ccps-16-september-2011-f020/inability-obtain-appropriate-clinical-management-alzheimer-type-dementia

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Major depressive episodes

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/alzheimer-type-dementia-f020/factors-ccps-16-september-2011-f020/major-depressive-episodes

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Obesity

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/alzheimer-type-dementia-f020/factors-ccps-16-september-2011-f020/obesity

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Pipe smoking

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/alzheimer-type-dementia-f020/factors-ccps-16-september-2011-f020/pipe-smoking

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Smoking tobacco products - material contribution

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/alzheimer-type-dementia-f020/factors-ccps-16-september-2011-f020/smoking-tobacco-products-material-contribution

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Thyroid Disorder

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/alphabetic-index-statements-principles/b/alzheimer-type-dementia-f020/factors-ccps-16-september-2011-f020/thyroid-disorder

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Anal Fissure J006

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/anal-fissure-j006-k600k602

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Rulebase for anal fissure

<h5>This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)</h5><p>Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.</p><p>For each listed condition there are:</p><ul><li>Links to the current RMA SOPs; and</li><li>Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:<ul><li>confirming a diagnosis;</li><li>applying a SOP correctly;</li><li>establishing clinical onset;</li><li>assessing clinical worsening;</li><li>applicable ICD codes; and </li><li>changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.</li></ul></li></ul><p> </p><p>Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. </p><p> </p><p>Also in this section of CLIK are:</p><ul><li>Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;</li><li>Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and</li><li>A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser</li></ul><p> </p><p>RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the <a href="http://www.rma.gov.au&quot; target="_blank">Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.</a></p>

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/anal-fissure-j006-k600k602/rulebase-anal-fissure

Anal surgery

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/anal-fissure-j006-k600k602/rulebase-anal-fissure/anal-surgery

Constipation

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/anal-fissure-j006-k600k602/rulebase-anal-fissure/constipation

Crohn's disease

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/anal-fissure-j006-k600k602/rulebase-anal-fissure/crohns-disease

HIV infection

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/anal-fissure-j006-k600k602/rulebase-anal-fissure/hiv-infection

Inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for anal fissure

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/anal-fissure-j006-k600k602/rulebase-anal-fissure/inability-obtain-appropriate-clinical-management-anal-fissure

Trauma to the perineum

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/anal-fissure-j006-k600k602/rulebase-anal-fissure/trauma-perineum

Ulcerative colitis

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/anal-fissure-j006-k600k602/rulebase-anal-fissure/ulcerative-colitis

Analgesic Nephropathy K001

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/analgesic-nephropathy-k001-n140

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Rulebase for analgesic nephropathy

<h5>This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)</h5><p>Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.</p><p>For each listed condition there are:</p><ul><li>Links to the current RMA SOPs; and</li><li>Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:<ul><li>confirming a diagnosis;</li><li>applying a SOP correctly;</li><li>establishing clinical onset;</li><li>assessing clinical worsening;</li><li>applicable ICD codes; and </li><li>changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.</li></ul></li></ul><p> </p><p>Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. </p><p> </p><p>Also in this section of CLIK are:</p><ul><li>Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;</li><li>Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and</li><li>A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser</li></ul><p> </p><p>RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the <a href="http://www.rma.gov.au&quot; target="_blank">Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.</a></p>

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/analgesic-nephropathy-k001-n140/rulebase-analgesic-nephropathy

Accumulated phenacetin consumption

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/analgesic-nephropathy-k001-n140/rulebase-analgesic-nephropathy/accumulated-phenacetin-consumption

Continuous phenacetin consumption

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/analgesic-nephropathy-k001-n140/rulebase-analgesic-nephropathy/continuous-phenacetin-consumption

Inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for analgesic nephropathy

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/analgesic-nephropathy-k001-n140/rulebase-analgesic-nephropathy/inability-obtain-appropriate-clinical-management-analgesic-nephropathy

Angle-Closure Glaucoma F028

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/angle-closure-glaucoma-f028-36523655936561

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Rulebase for angle-closure glaucoma

<h5>This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)</h5><p>Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.</p><p>For each listed condition there are:</p><ul><li>Links to the current RMA SOPs; and</li><li>Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:<ul><li>confirming a diagnosis;</li><li>applying a SOP correctly;</li><li>establishing clinical onset;</li><li>assessing clinical worsening;</li><li>applicable ICD codes; and </li><li>changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.</li></ul></li></ul><p> </p><p>Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. </p><p> </p><p>Also in this section of CLIK are:</p><ul><li>Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;</li><li>Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and</li><li>A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser</li></ul><p> </p><p>RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the <a href="http://www.rma.gov.au&quot; target="_blank">Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.</a></p>

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/angle-closure-glaucoma-f028-36523655936561/rulebase-angle-closure-glaucoma

A condition which may give rise to neovascularisation of the iridocorneal angle

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/angle-closure-glaucoma-f028-36523655936561/rulebase-angle-closure-glaucoma/condition-which-may-give-rise-neovascularisation-iridocorneal-angle

Acquired cataract

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/angle-closure-glaucoma-f028-36523655936561/rulebase-angle-closure-glaucoma/acquired-cataract

An hereditary corneal dystrophy

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/angle-closure-glaucoma-f028-36523655936561/rulebase-angle-closure-glaucoma/hereditary-corneal-dystrophy

Anterior subluxation or dislocation of the lens

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/angle-closure-glaucoma-f028-36523655936561/rulebase-angle-closure-glaucoma/anterior-subluxation-or-dislocation-lens

Congenital cataract

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/angle-closure-glaucoma-f028-36523655936561/rulebase-angle-closure-glaucoma/congenital-cataract

Inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for angle-closure glaucoma

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/angle-closure-glaucoma-f028-36523655936561/rulebase-angle-closure-glaucoma/inability-obtain-appropriate-clinical-management-angle-closure-glaucoma

Intraocular lesion

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/angle-closure-glaucoma-f028-36523655936561/rulebase-angle-closure-glaucoma/intraocular-lesion

Intraocular surgery or penetrating keratoplasty

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/angle-closure-glaucoma-f028-36523655936561/rulebase-angle-closure-glaucoma/intraocular-surgery-or-penetrating-keratoplasty

Iridocorneal endothelial syndrome

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/angle-closure-glaucoma-f028-36523655936561/rulebase-angle-closure-glaucoma/iridocorneal-endothelial-syndrome

Occlusion of the iridocorneal angle

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/angle-closure-glaucoma-f028-36523655936561/rulebase-angle-closure-glaucoma/occlusion-iridocorneal-angle

Significant trauma to the eye

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/angle-closure-glaucoma-f028-36523655936561/rulebase-angle-closure-glaucoma/significant-trauma-eye

Treatment with a drug causing mydriasis or miosis

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/angle-closure-glaucoma-f028-36523655936561/rulebase-angle-closure-glaucoma/treatment-drug-causing-mydriasis-or-miosis

Treatment with a drug reported to have caused acute angle-closure glaucoma

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/angle-closure-glaucoma-f028-36523655936561/rulebase-angle-closure-glaucoma/treatment-drug-reported-have-caused-acute-angle-closure-glaucoma

Uveitis

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/angle-closure-glaucoma-f028-36523655936561/rulebase-angle-closure-glaucoma/uveitis

Animal Envenomation S008

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/animal-envenomation-s008-x20-x27

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Rulebase for animal envenomation

<h5>This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)</h5><p>Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.</p><p>For each listed condition there are:</p><ul><li>Links to the current RMA SOPs; and</li><li>Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:<ul><li>confirming a diagnosis;</li><li>applying a SOP correctly;</li><li>establishing clinical onset;</li><li>assessing clinical worsening;</li><li>applicable ICD codes; and </li><li>changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.</li></ul></li></ul><p> </p><p>Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. </p><p> </p><p>Also in this section of CLIK are:</p><ul><li>Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;</li><li>Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and</li><li>A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser</li></ul><p> </p><p>RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the <a href="http://www.rma.gov.au&quot; target="_blank">Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.</a></p>

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/animal-envenomation-s008-x20-x27/rulebase-animal-envenomation

Being bitten or stung or injured by a venomous animal

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/animal-envenomation-s008-x20-x27/rulebase-animal-envenomation/being-bitten-or-stung-or-injured-venomous-animal

Inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for animal envenomation

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/animal-envenomation-s008-x20-x27/rulebase-animal-envenomation/inability-obtain-appropriate-clinical-management-animal-envenomation

Ankylosing Spondylitis N005

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/ankylosing-spondylitis-n005-m45

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Rulebase for ankylosing spondylitis

<h5>This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)</h5><p>Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.</p><p>For each listed condition there are:</p><ul><li>Links to the current RMA SOPs; and</li><li>Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:<ul><li>confirming a diagnosis;</li><li>applying a SOP correctly;</li><li>establishing clinical onset;</li><li>assessing clinical worsening;</li><li>applicable ICD codes; and </li><li>changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.</li></ul></li></ul><p> </p><p>Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. </p><p> </p><p>Also in this section of CLIK are:</p><ul><li>Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;</li><li>Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and</li><li>A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser</li></ul><p> </p><p>RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the <a href="http://www.rma.gov.au&quot; target="_blank">Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.</a></p>

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/ankylosing-spondylitis-n005-m45/rulebase-ankylosing-spondylitis

Inability to obtain appropriate clinical management for ankylosing spondylitis

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/statements-principles/b/ankylosing-spondylitis-n005-m45/rulebase-ankylosing-spondylitis/inability-obtain-appropriate-clinical-management-ankylosing-spondylitis

Anosmia F087

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/ccps-medical-research-library/sops-grouped-icd-body-system/b/anosmia-f087-r438

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Antiphospholipid syndrome C035

This section of CLIK contains information relating to Repatriation Medical Authority (RMA) Statements of Principles (SOPs)

Each disease or injury covered by an RMA SOP is listed alphabetically and by body system.

For each listed condition there are:

  • Links to the current RMA SOPs; and
  • Information and guidance, prepared by a DVA contracted medical adviser, on:
    • confirming a diagnosis;
    • applying a SOP correctly;
    • establishing clinical onset;
    • assessing clinical worsening;
    • applicable ICD codes; and 
    • changes made in the most recent versions of the SOPs, as detailed in SOP bulletins that were issued at the time of the changes.

 

Historic 'rulebase' information on SOP factors, from the old CCPS medical research library, is also included for some conditions.  This information is out of date and will not be updated. 

 

Also in this section of CLIK are:

  • Information on declarations and non-SOP investigations by the RMA;
  • Links to DVA policy relating to SOPs; and
  • A guide to using SOPs, written by a DVA contracted medical adviser

 

RMA SOPs, declarations and investigations can be directly accessed on the Repatriation Medical Authority’s website.

Source URL: https://clik.dva.gov.au/sop-information/sops-and-supporting-information-alphabetic-listing/b/antiphospholipid-syndrome-c035

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