The answer is No, unless you also have all the appropriate findings to support that you meet all the required criteria in the Listing. The diagnosis without the medical findings is an unsupported diagnosis and is therefore not going to get you benefits. This process is all about medical evidence — many times medical test results which confirm a diagnosis but more importantly demonstrate you have this medical condition in a very severe way– much more severe than the average person suffering from this condition.
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