1995 Table of Disabilities
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Table of Contents
- Ch 01 – Introduction and Definitions
- Ch 02 – General Instructions
- Ch 03 – Multiple Disabilities
- Ch 04 – Paired Organs
- Ch 05 – Attendance Allowance
- Ch 06 – Clothing Allowances
- Ch 07 – Exceptional Incapacity Allowance
- Ch 08 – Eyes and Vision
- Ch 09 – Ears and Hearing
- Ch 10 – Nose, Throat and Related Conditions
- Ch 11 – Chest-Non-Tuberculous
- Ch 12 – Tuberculosis
- Ch 13 – Cardiovascular Conditions
- Ch 14 – Gastrointestinal Conditions
- Ch 15 – Endocrine Conditions
- Ch 16 – Genito-urinary Conditions
- Ch 17 – Upper Extremities
- Ch 18 – Lower Extremities
- Ch 19 – Back Disabilities
- Ch 20 – Craniocerebral Conditions
- Ch 21 – Psychiatric Conditions
- Ch 22 – Dermatological
- Ch 23 – Hematopoietic Conditions
- Career Impact Allowance
- Disability Benefits
- Disability Pension
- Disability Award
- Exceptional Incapacity Allowance
- Related Allowances
- Applying for Benefits
- How Benefits are Determined
- Who Can Help?
- Reviews and Appeals
- Frequently Asked Questions
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