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Workers' Comp – Occupational Disease – Repetitive Wrist Motion – Conflicting Opinions (access required)

Although one physician diagnosed and treated claimant's torn radial collateral ligament and the doctor concluded that the condition was an ordinary disease of life, but an orthopedic surgeon diagnosed deQuervain's disease caused by repetitive wrist motions, such as those movements required by claimant's foundry job, the commission's conclusion that the claimant suffered from an occupational ...

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