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If the conflicting diagnosis is coming from the same doctor you must contact that doctor and have him clarify the basis of his later diagnosis. It sounds like it could be an office error where the wrong codes were used. For example, the biller used grand mall instead of fainting when updating/documenting your husbands record . If the doctor acknowledges some sort of office error he will have to prepare a declaration stating such and submit a revised diagnosis, the first one, to the DMV again. Otherwise, you will have to have your husband examined by another doctor which will complicate, delay and extend the process when that doctor disagrees with grand mall diagnosis. I hope this is an office error committed by the first doctor.
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