The listings for heart conditions include the following:
- Chronic heart failure
- Ischemic heart disease
- Recurrent arrhythmias
- Symptomatic congenital heart disease
- Heart transplant
- Aneurysm of aorta or major branches
- Chronic venous insufficiency, and
- Peripheral arterial disease.
Included in the category of cardiovascular impairment is any disorder that affects the proper functioning of the heart or the circulatory system. The disorder can be congenital or acquired.
You’ll find detailed explanations for these disorders in the following posts:
It’s easy to understand that Social Security is very specific and demanding in the medical tests and records required to meet a listing. It is quite common to be denied benefits at the initial stages even with a severe disorder.
The Social Security Disability Lawyers at Match and Farnsworth, P.C., have experience in navigating the complex process of applying for benefits, and they are experienced in obtaining, explaining, and submitting medical records with easy to understand advocacy that helps the examiners at Social Security realize the severity of your condition and grant your claim sooner.
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