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An individual who undergoes kidney transplantation is considered to be under a disability for 12 months following surgery. Thereafter, the individual is evaluated on kidney function.
Social Security explores the ability of an individual to perform work he or she has done in the past despite his organ transplant disability. If SSA finds that a person can do his past work, benefits are denied. If the person cannot, then SSA proceeds to the final step.
At this stage, SSA looks at education, work experience and physical/mental condition to determine what other work, if any, the person can perform. To determine disability, SSA enlists vocational rules, which vary according to age.
If a person is:
Social Security considers under a disability for 12 months following surgery, or
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