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PDFWAC 415-104-615


The following conditions of the neck are causes for rejection of membership:
(1) Cervical ribs if symptomatic, or so obvious that they are found on routine physical examination. (Detection based primarily on X-ray is not considered to meet this criterion);
(2) Congenital cysts of branchial cleft origin or those developing from the remnants of the thyroglossal duct, with or without fistulous tracts;
(3) Fistula, chronic draining, of any type;
(4) Healed tuberculosis lymph nodes when extensive in number or densely calcified;
(5) Nonspastic contraction of the muscles of the neck or cicatricial contracture of the neck to the extent that it interferes with the wearing of a uniform or equipment or is so disfiguring as to make the individual objectionable in common social relationships;
(6) Spastic contraction of the muscles of the neck, persistent, and chronic;
(7) Tumor of thyroid or other structures of the neck, see WAC 415-104-720 and 415-104-725.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 41.50.050(6) and 41.50.090. WSR 78-03-023 (Order IV), ยง 415-104-615, filed 2/15/78. Formerly WAC 297-50-120.]
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