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Workers' Comp – Occupational Disease – Chronic Venous Insufficiency (access required)

Although claimant's treating physician, a general and vascular surgeon, opined that claimant's bilateral chronic venous insufficiency may have been aggravated by standing without protective support stockings, he stated that her condition did not have its origin in her employment, and thus it is not compensable as an occupational disease. Bracey v. City of Portsmouth School Bd. ...

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