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  • Confusing medical standard

    Absence of one or both testicles, congenital (752.89) or undescended (752.51)

    Is this saying that its disqualifying to be missing one or both due to it being congenital or undescended or does it mean missing one or both is disqualifying and congenital or undecended is just clarifying some grey areas. The lack of a conjunction after the coma makes this unclear.

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    Re: Confusing medical standard

    either way is a no go

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      Re: Confusing medical standard

      Originally posted by Toshim View Post
      Absence of one or both testicles, congenital (752.89) or undescended (752.51)

      Is this saying that its disqualifying to be missing one or both due to it being congenital or undescended
      This is what it is saying. In other words, there are other reasons that an applicant could have this medical condition. If it is because it is congenital or undescended, then they are ineligible to enlist.

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