Social Security Disability or Supplement Security Income for Kidney Disease: Part 3

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Get on the bus for your Kidney Disease SSD or SSI Benefits. Purchase the self-help eBook “How to win your Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income Case without an Attorney” to get your case reviewed and onto a Decision Writers’ desk for a decision too.

within one year, you can qualify under this listing (listing 6.06).

Medical Documents and Evidence Required

What type of documents and evidence will you need for Social Security Disability will use to decide if you have a blue book listing-level impairment (this will be one of the above listings) from chronic renal disease? The Social Security disability will need all medical records and history of your kidney condition that includes all medical treatment notes from your treating physician or physicians, laboratory findings documents showing progressive renal disease, and hospitalization. Also, showing evidence of your clinical or lab results indicates deterioration of kidney function is very important to submit for your disability claim.

Furthermore, Social Security Disability would like to see your most recent clinical observation and physicians treatment notes. Your lab results must have more than one occasion over a three-month period.

Currently, if you are undergoing dialysis, you should have laboratory findings that document the state of your renal function prior to starting dialysis, and a statement from your doctor saying you need ongoing dialysis.

If you have been diagnosed with nephrotic syndrome, then you medical record document must show the magnitude of edema, containing periorbital, pretibial, and presacral edema. Medical documents should describe any instances of pleural effusion, ascites, or pericardial effusion. You medical record documents must contain proteinuria levels and serum albumin.

Finally, if you have a renal biopsy performed, medical documents showing the microscopic examination of specimen report. Also, your actual microscopic examination report is not available, then Social Security Disability will accept a statement from your physician stating a biopsy was administered and the description of the test results.

Kidney Transplant Benefits for Claimants

Having a kidney transplant you can get 12 months of disability automatically the first

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