Vascular Disorders (Blood Vessel Conditions)

Social Security disability benefits can be obtained for a number of serious vascular disorders. These disorders of the blood vessels include congenital and acquired conditions that affect both the arteries and veins, large and small, including peripheral artery disease, arteritis, thrombosis, venous insufficiency, aneurysm, and hyperplasia. When the condition prevents you from working, or your doctor has restricted the individual from all major work activities, you should be able to get Social Security or SSI disability benefits as well as Medicare or Medicaid.

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