SSDI and Hematological Disorders

The Social Security Administration evaluates several different hematological disorders: non-malignant (non-cancerous) disorders like anemias, thrombosis, and bone marrow failure, as well as malignant (cancerous) disorders, such as leukemia, lymphoma, and multiple...

How to Get Disability for Parathyroid Gland Disorders

Some individuals may believe that they are only able to receive social security disability payments if they happen to be visibly disabled, such as a condition that causes you to be in a wheelchair or being legally blind, but that’s not the case. One such condition...

SSDI and Hemolytic Anemias

Anemia conditions can be mild or severe, and the Social Security Administration looks closely at the severity of medical symptoms that negatively impact red blood cells. Some anemia conditions are so crippling that hospitalization and special medical treatment is the...

How To Get Disability For Anasarca

If you are experiencing end-stages renal failure, which is also known as chronic kidney failure, you may be eligible for either SSDI or SSI disability benefits, depending on the severity of your condition. The Social Security Blue Book provides a listing in order to...

SSDI and Cytomegalovirus disease

All disorders are evaluated differently by social security. There are a variety of immune system disorders that are all evaluated differently and are treated differently. Immune system disorders are organized in three categories: autoimmune disorders, immune...

SSDI and Anterior Poliomyelitis

Under Social Security Disability Insurance, whether or not neurological disabilities are covered depends mostly on the type of neurological disability and the symptoms and documentation associated with it. The full outline of the disability evaluation under social...