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5223.0490 MUSCULOSKELETAL SCHEDULE; PELVIS.

Subpart 1.

General.

For permanent impairment to the pelvis, disability of the whole body is as provided in subpart 2. Permanent impairments due to sprains or strains of the sacroiliac joints must be treated as lumbar regional pain syndrome and rated as provided in part 5223.0390, subpart 3.

A.

Permanent partial impairment due to injury to the peripheral nerves is as provided in parts 5223.0420 and 5223.0430, and may be combined with ratings under this part.

B.

Permanent partial impairment due to bladder and urinary tract dysfunction is as provided in part 5223.0600, subpart 4, and may be combined with ratings under this part.

C.

Permanent partial impairment due to sexual dysfunction is as provided in part 5223.0600, subparts 7 and 10, and may be combined with ratings under this part.

D.

Permanent partial impairment due to anal dysfunction is as provided in part 5223.0590, subpart 4, and may be combined with ratings under this part.

Subp. 2.

Fractures.

A.

Fracture, healed or ununited, without displacement demonstrated on medical imaging study, zero percent.

B.

Healed fracture with displacement demonstrated on medical imaging study, and with persistent gait abnormality, five percent.

C.

Ununited fracture with displacement demonstrated on medical imaging study, and with persistent gait abnormality, ten percent.

D.

Persistent coccygodynia with or without coccyx fracture and with or without surgical treatment, zero percent.

E.

Fracture into acetabulum, the rating is the loss of range of motion at the hip as provided in part 5223.0500, subpart 4, and the rating under the categories of this part, and the final rating is the higher of the two, which may not be added or combined.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 176.105

History:

17 SR 3364

Published Electronically:

August 16, 2010

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