Learn more about getting VA disability for health conditions the VA automatically assumes were caused by the circumstances of some vets’ military service.
The VA rates diabetic retinopathy as a secondary condition to service-connected diabetes. Ratings are based on severity of visual impairment.
Veterans are eligible for VA compensation for Hodgkin’s lymphoma if they were exposed to Agent Orange or if they provide evidence it is service connected.
Ischemic heart disease, more often called coronary artery disease, is a serious heart condition that limits the supply of blood to the heart.
The VA provides disability benefits for service-connected prostate conditions including prostate cancer and enlarged prostates.
Hypertension is common among veterans and can be service connected. Learn how the VA rates high blood pressure on and off medication.