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This is the term used when disability benefits are granted to someone who has a medical condition which is not contained in the List of Impairments but is found to be disabled. When a claimant’s condition does not meet a “listing” then the examiner will look more at the medical condition and consider what your impairment is in relation to your ability to perform daily activities (such a caring for yourself) and your ability to work. If it is determined that there is no work you can do (considering your age, education and skills) you may be granted disability benefits called a “medical-vocational allowance.”

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