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Conflicting

05/04/1984
per curiam -- Campbell, CJ; Coffin, Breyer, JJ

Case remanded to resolve discrepancy between DDS examiner, who concluded claimant had a severe impairment and could not return to former

01/01/1984

Pain can constitute a significant nonexertional impairment which precludes naked application of the Grid and requires use of a vocational

01/01/1982

Although views of medical advisor are not always by themselves substantial evidence when medical advisor does not examine claimant, this

01/01/1981

Court must uphold the Secretary's findings if a reasonable mind, reviewing the evidence in the record as a whole, could accept it as adeq

01/01/1981

Court consider the medical opinion given by one or more physicians designated by the Secretary in deciding medical equivalence.

01/01/1972

District Court erred by reweighing the evidence.

01/01/1991

Conflicts in evidence are for the Commissioner to resolve.

01/01/1989

The Court "pays particular attention' to the ALJ's evaluation of complaints of pain in light of their subjective nature," quoting Sherwin

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