Below is the list of conditions, their approximate prevalences during the relevant time period, and the reference where obtained. The small field of mental disorder seems to have a total equal to all combined medical/surgical conditions. ( Mental: 15%; Medical: 13.5%). Given the small threat, it is legally advisable to report all patients to get immunity.
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3. Rheumatic, arthritic, orthopedic, muscular, vascular or neuromuscular disease. Go to page 138 in the PDF box at the top.
4. Cerebral vascular insufficiency or cardiovascular disease which, within the preceding 6 months, has resulted in lack of coordination, confusion, loss of awareness, dyspnea upon mild exertion or any other sign or symptom which impairs the ability to control and safely perform motor functions necessary to operate a motor vehicle.
6. Mental Disorder. Preoccupation, hallucination or delusion.
(iii) Aggressiveness or disregard for the safety of self or others or both, presenting a clear and present danger, regardless of cause.
(6) Periodic episodes of loss of attention or awareness which are of unknown etiology or not otherwise categorized, unless the person has been free from episode for the year immediately preceding, as reported by a licensed physician.
(7) Use of any drug or substance, including alcohol, known to impair skill or functions, regardless whether the drug or substance is medically prescribed.
(8) Other conditions which, in the opinion of a provider, is likely to impair the ability to control and safely operate a motor vehicle.