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Adult Skin Disorders: Genetic Photosensitivity Disorders

Genetic photosensitivity disorders are categorized as a skin disorder under the Social Security Administration's ("SSA") Listings of Impairments ("listings"). Many types of genetic photosensitivity disorders exist and all may potentially have a disabling effect. For purposes of awarding benefits, the SSA places them in two categories: Xeroderma pigmentosum (XP) and basically every other type of

Adult Skin Disorders: Genetic Photosensitivity Disorders2017-08-08T18:24:48+00:00

Adult Skin Disorders And Other Affected Body Systems

If you or someone you know has a skin disorder such as genetic hypersensitivity, you may have a disability that meets the criteria established by the Social Security Administration's (SSA) Listing of Impairments (the "Listings"). The listings are only examples of common skin disorders that Social Security considers sufficiently severe to prevent a claimant for

Adult Skin Disorders And Other Affected Body Systems2017-08-07T21:58:59+00:00

Evaluating & Assessing Adult Skin Disorders – Medical Evidence & Treatment

If you or someone you know has a skin disorder such as genetic hypersensitivity, you may have a disability that meets the criteria established by the Social Security Administration's (SSA) Listing of Impairments (the "Listings"). The Listing of Impairments lists impairments so severe that they may prevent an individual from performing substantial gainful activity (SGA),

Evaluating & Assessing Adult Skin Disorders – Medical Evidence & Treatment2017-08-03T11:04:23+00:00

Identifying Your Disability Under The Listing Of Impairments: Adult Skin Disorders

If you or someone you know has a skin disorder, you may have a disability that meets the criteria established by the Social Security Administration's (SSA) Listing of Impairments (the "Listings"). The listed disorders are only examples of skin disorders that Social Security considers sufficiently severe to prevent an individual from performing substantial gainful activity.

Identifying Your Disability Under The Listing Of Impairments: Adult Skin Disorders2017-08-01T18:56:05+00:00

Evaluating & Assessing Adult Skin Disorders – Severity

If you or someone you know has a skin disorder such as ichthyosis, a bullous disease, dermatitis, or suffer from burns, you may have a disability that meets the criteria established by the Social Security Administration's (SSA) Listing of Impairments (the "Listings"). The Listing of Impairments lists impairments considered severe enough to prevent an individual

Evaluating & Assessing Adult Skin Disorders – Severity2017-07-26T08:55:23+00:00

Identifying Your Disability: The Types Of Adult Skin Disorders That Qualify As An Impairment

The Listings of Impairments ("listings") are used by Social Security to evaluate skin disorders that may result from hereditary, congenital, or acquired pathological processes. The types of impairments covered by these listings are Ichthyosis, bullous diseases, chronic infections of the skin or mucous membranes, dermatitis, hidradenitis suppurativa, genetic photosensitivity disorders, and burns. The following summarizes

Identifying Your Disability: The Types Of Adult Skin Disorders That Qualify As An Impairment2017-07-24T22:51:03+00:00
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