I was recently disqualified because I had a subdural hematoma when I was born. When I went in for the actual exam, the doctor said that this should not affect my status. I was never operated on, it went away on its own. Since receiving the DQ letter we acquired a copy of my medical records from the time to send to the Naval Academy, to help in the waiver process. My cousin, a neurosurgeon, reviewed the records and the original CT scan, only to discover that I had never had a subdural hematoma. Instead my skull had deformed while passing through the birth canal, and expanded again at birth. The skull was pushed in and when it went back into shape a space was left between my skull and brain. My cousin said this was normal in newborns. Furthermore the records themselves state that I did notactually have a subdural hematoma, only that it was possible and that I should be kept under observation, and I was. My parents were never told this and were put under the impression that I actually had one. Can I get this disqualification reversed, especially considering I never had the condition I was disqualified for?