Waiver for Osteochondroma

StixTheNerd

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Mar 17, 2017
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Hi guys, I have one non-recurring osteochondroma on my left arm. An osteochondroma is a small bone growth out the side. It does not affect me in any way and I can't even tell it is there. I only know it's there because of X-rays. Would I need a waiver for this? Thanks.
 

MohawkArmyROTC

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I am not sure about the other services, but current or history of osteochondromatosis is a DQing condition for the Army. I am not a doctor so I do not know the differences between osteochondroma and osteochondromatosis.
 

sallopez1996

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I am not sure about the other services, but current or history of osteochondromatosis is a DQing condition for the Army. I am not a doctor so I do not know the differences between osteochondroma and osteochondromatosis.

So it's a permanent DQ with no waiver available?
 
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