CPT Code 29888- Arthroscopically aided anterior cruciate ligament repair/augmentation or reconstruction.
The US Marines does not have doctors and nurses. The US Navy provides medical personnel to support the Marines. Yes, all doctors and nurses are officers in the Medical Corps.
No, he got a medical discharge
yes!! you can join the marines if you are deaf in one ear,but since its a medical condition,you may need waivers
im in the marines and my medical officer is having me do it so....
you enlist in the navy as a corpsman and you will be assigned a medical profession.
Percutaneous Coronary InterventionPosterior Cruciate Ligament(a ligament that helps attach the femur (bone of the thigh) to the tibia (bone of the lower leg)
ACL stands for Anterior Cruciate Ligament - the main ligament in the knee binding the back of the thigh bone to the front of the shin bone.
A corpsman in the Marine Corps is a FMF Corpsman (Fleet Marine Force Corpsman), in a nutshell their job is to provide medical support to Marines, as well as being a rifleman.
well if you actually have a legitimate medical condition, you probably won't be able to serve in the first place, and if you don't have a condition, that means you're abusing it. I'm not in the Marines, so I can't say, but I can only assume it to be probably.
The medical term for the initials acl is Anterior Cruciate Ligament, which is a tearing in the knee or if the knee is hit too hard by or on something, if it is stretched out too much, and from a sudden stop while running and jumping too hard.