Diseases with Which Do not Take to the Army
The military service is now treated differently. Someone considers it their duty to serve in the army, and someone is looking for any reason not to put on tarpaulin boots. Modern medicine represents a huge list of diseases that are not taken into the army.
It should be noted that there are several categories of fitness for military service.
First or A means that the guy is healthy and fit to serve in the army.
The second or B signals little or no serious health problems.
The third or B means limited availability for service. In this category, the draftee is enrolled in the reserve.
Fourth or G means temporary inoperability. A young man is given a respite until he is completely cured.
Fifth or D indicates complete unfitness to service.
So, what are the diseases that are not taken into the army?
The list of contraindications is huge, so we will limit ourselves only to diseases, because of which the conscript is assigned a third or fifth category.
If the conscript has intestinal infections, bacterial and viral diseases, bacterial zoonoses, viral diseases that are transmitted by arthropods or are caused by chlamydia, hepatitis, typhoid, chronic dysentery, paratyphoid, echinococcosis, toxoplasmosis, salmonellosis, trichocephalosis, hemorrhagic fever, its suitability is limited.
If a young person is sick with tuberculosis, first and secondary syphilis, actinomycosis, histoplasmosis, candidiasis of internal organs, coccidioidosis, sporotrichosis, he is also classified in categories B or D.
. The carriers of HIV infections, AIDS and cancer patients do not belong to the ranks of defenders of the Fatherland.
Conscripts with obesity, beginning with the second stage, gout, diabetes, thyroid disorders, mental disorders of various nature are also not suitable.
Diseases not recruited are supplemented by schizophrenia and active psychosis, paranoid personality disorder, epilepsy and mental retardation, drug addiction and chronic alcoholism, meningitis, poliomyelitis, encephalitis, multiple sclerosis.
In the presence of craniocerebral hemorrhages, memory disorders, thinking, transient cerebral ischemia, Parkinsonism, as well as spinal and brain injuries, peripheral nerve injuries, severe muscle atrophy, a young man can not be recruited for military service.
Diseases not recruited include blindness or very significant loss of vision, physiological pathologies, deafness and deafness, hypertensive and ischemic diseases, bronchial asthma. With incurable combined heart disease, neurocirculatory dystonia and persistent vegetative-vascular disorders and heart rhythm disturbance, a young person will not be allowed to serve in the army.
Various lesions of the larynx and violations of the respiratory and vocal functions, defective limbs or their absence, abnormalities of the feet and their deformation, the presence of trauma to the internal organs and disfiguring the face of the scars complement diseases that are not taken into the army.
In addition, if a conscript cirrhosis, stomach ulcer, hernia of various degrees, intestinal obstruction, esophageal spasms, polyps, fissures and anal fistulas, prolapse of the rectum, eczema, neurodermatitis, psoriasis, Reiter's disease, Bechterew and Wegener's granulomatosis, recurrentQuincke's edema, chronic urticaria and various diseases of the spine, it is defined in limited health groups. Diseases not recruited by the army are not limited to the list listed above. A full list of diseases is always posted in the Military Committee.