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Can I Get Social Security Disability for Angiitis

Can I get Social Security disability for angiitis? You are probably asking this question because you have angiitis, and it and/or other conditions that you have along with this disease have caused you to be disabled, unable to work and in need of financial assistance. financial-problems-and-disability-benefits Angiitis is a general medical term that is used to refer to a group of uncommon diseases that are marked by inflammation of your blood vessels. Damage to and inflammation in the walls of various blood vessels in your body are what characterizes angiitis. When taken together, these uncommon diseases are referred to as vasculitides. What distinguishes each one of these diseases in this group are: Laboratory test abnormalities Certain patterns of particular organ involvement Distribution of blood vessels affected. There are several different kinds of angiitis. Only particular organs are affected by some of these types of angiitis. For example, there are forms of angiitis that only involve your brain, skin, eye or particular internal organs. However, there are also forms of angiitis that may affect several of your organ systems at the same time. Some of these types of angiitis are extremely severe as they involve some of your vital organs. Some of the other kinds of angiitis that affect multiple organ systems are mild and may be resolved without the need for treatment. Unknown The cause of angiitis is unknown in most cases. However, a small number of cases are caused by ongoing or recent infections that are similar to those that are brought on by certain viruses. There are occasions in which an infection may result in an abnormal response by your immune system. Angiitis can occur after your infection has gone away when this happens. You may have angiitis in conjunction with other diseases that are related to your immune system. For instance, angiitis may be a complication of rheumatoid arthritis, which is looked at as an autoimmune disease. Autoimmune diseases are diseases in which your immune system, for some unknown reason, attacks the cells and tissues of your own body. Any organ system Because any organ or organ system of your body may be affected by angiitis, there are several different signs and systems that you may experience with the disease. This is also due to the fact that there are so many different types of angiitis. Possible signs and symptoms are: A rash Itchy, red, burning eyes Headaches Fever Loss of energy Fatigue Chronic middle ear infections Loss of appetite Unintentional weight loss Ulcers (sores) in your mouth General aches and pains Coughing up blood Loss of sensation Abnormal sensation Shortness of breath Weakness, tingling and numbness in different parts of your body Difficulty with thinking clearly Progressive kidney failure Stroke Heart attack. You may have already applied for the financial assistance you need from the Social Security Administration and been denied. If you are planning on appealing your denial or reapplying, remember this important fact. People who are represented by a disability attorney like the one at disabilitycasereview.com, are approved more often than people without an attorney. Contact the disability attorney at disabilitycasereview.com, and have your case evaluated at no cost or obligation to you. Article written by James Shugart Connect with James on Google+