Many young men are afraid that they will be called up for military service, even despite not really good condition of health. And it can turn back exacerbation of a disease, emergence of complications and even disability. Therefore it is extremely useful to know about with what diseases do not take in army. As in this question there is a set of nuances and subtleties.
With what diseases do not take in army?
For military service recruits from category "D", completely suitable are completely unsuitable – from category "A". The young people ranked as categories "B" can serve with restrictions, from "In" will be sent to a stock. And the category "G" means that the young man is temporarily unsuitable to military service (for example, because of a change or treatment of some disease in a hospital). The list of diseases with which do not take in army and in the presence of which any given category is appropriated is rather extensive. However it must be kept in mind that even if the disease from this list is found in the young man, it does not give a guarantee yet that it will be sent to a stock or is recognized as unusable. Everything depends also on in what stage there is pathology. For example, if it is about intestinal infections, then only those who have incurable or diseases hard to cure from this group will be able to receive a delay. If it is tuberculosis, active if benign tumors – breaking work of internals, etc. There is a lot of reservations. And the biggest controversy is caused at the same time either by the most widespread diseases, or, on the contrary, pathologies with exotic names.
Whether take in army with a hypertension?
Depending on what indicators the young man will have with this disease, the category "B" or "B" can be appropriated to it. It is necessary to serve in the first case after all, and here in the second is not present. Can count on this ease those at whom the hypertension of the 1st (indicators of pressure 140-159/90-99) and the 2nd stages is defined (140-179/90-109). If the recruit has the 3rd stage (180 and more / 110 and more), then he are recognized as completely unsuitable to military service and is ranked as category "D". To receive a delay because of presence of a hypertension, it is necessary to undergo a special diagnostic procedure – a research of fluctuations of AD values within a day. And still the commission needs to submit the documents confirming the fact that in the last half a year the young man was followed up by a doctor.
Whether take in army with an urolithic disease?
The recruit at whom the urolithic disease is defined, is recognized as unusable to military service. And, unconditionally, as even chronic pathology at once can become sharp. Increased loads can lead to it, not dietary food and also impossibility in the conditions of the barracks mode regularly to be followed up by a doctor and to take medicine.
Whether take in army with Gilbert's disease?
The rare diagnosis – "genetic jaundice", that is Gilbert's disease, is the basis of reckoning of the recruit to category "B". It will be recognized suitable for service, but with restrictions of conditions: mitigation of the mode of physical activities, diet, etc.
Whether take in army with Pertes's disease?
Aseptic necrosis of a head of a femur, that is Pertes's disease, is the lifelong diagnosis. But, nevertheless, the commission can recognize such recruit as fit for service with restrictions. Everything depends on severity of a disease.
Whether take in army with a disease of Keniga?
Most often the disease of Keniga affects knee joints (the cartilage peels off from a bone and the mobility of a joint is lost). The recruit with such disease can be, depending on a development stage, is defined in category "B" or "D".