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On August 11, 2004, the Plaintiff was seen by Nina B. Nizetic, M.D. This interview was conducted in Spanish and Dr. Nizetic completed a psychiatric report. The Plaintiff stated that she only drives occasionally and arrived to the interview by taxi cab. The doctor found the Plaintiff was properly dressed and her gait and posture were normal, and that she maintained a proportionate weight. The Plaintiff advised the doctor that she had high blood pressure, arm pain and recurring headaches. Further, that she felt depressed, isolated, and had crying spells and lacked any interest in day-to-day activities. The Plaintiff advised she lives with her husband of 13 years and has no children. The Plaintiff started working at the age of 16 in a factory. The Plaintiff stated she does housework with her husband and goes shopping with her husband. The Plaintiff stated she goes to church, likes to watch TV or read. The Plaintiff's mental status revealed she was "[o]riented regarding time, place and person. She evidenced diminished concentration. Her memory for recent events was fair. Her memory for distant events seemed preserved. Ms. Rios did calculation, gave correct answers to similarities and…
. . . On the first evaluation and subsequent ones, he diagnosed “AXIS I: 296.33” which in the DSM-IV is defined . . . The diagnosis upon discharge at First Hospital Panamericano was AXIS I: 296.33, major depression, recurrent . . .
. . . diagnosed James with Major Depressive Disorder, Recurrent, Severe Without Psychotic Features (DSM-VI 296.33 . . .
. . . disability status to K.G.), that she had diagnosed K.G. between October 2007 and March 2008 as “MDD 296.33 . . . care between October 3, 2007, and March 25, 2008, and presents diagnoses of Major Depressive Disorder 296.33 . . .
. . . diagnostic codes for major depressive disorder, recurrent, severe without psychotic features (DSM-IV 296.33 . . .
. . . His diagnosis was: Axis I: 296.33 Major Depression Recurrent Axis I: Dysthymia Axis I: Anxiety NOS Axis . . . He further stated that Plaintiffs Major Depression Recurrent 296.33 as well as her Anxiety Disorder make . . .
. . . A diagnostic impression of Axis I: 296.33 Major Depressive Disorder, Moderate 300.00 Anxiety Disorder . . . WRAT-III: Reading 41 Spelling 27 Arithmetic 30 Diagnostic Impression: Axis I: 296.33 Major Depressive . . .
. . . Diagnoses were: AXIS I: Code 300.81 — somatization disorder Code 296.33 — major depressive disorder, . . . disorder: (DSM — IV AXIS I: 300.81); and a major depressive disorder, recurrent, severe: (DSM — IV AXIS I: 296.33 . . . His diagnoses were, inter alia: AXIS I:(1)(DSM) 300.81 somatization disorder; (2) (DSM) 296.33 — major . . .
. . . In July 1993, Plaintiffs diagnosis was Major Depression, Recurrent DSM 296.33.... 13. . . .
. . . B/0 296.33 Major Depression, recurrent, severe, without psychotic features. 294.80 Organic Mental Disorder . . . Plaintiffs diagnosis was as follows: Axis I 296.33 Major Depression, Recurrent, Severe, without Psychotic . . .
. . . borough’s tax collector, the total due for those years, with interest through February 26, 1993, is $43,-296.33 . . .
. . . “Producers Settlement Fund”, $2,659.69, and Roloff would owe defendants’ “Administration Expense” $296.33 . . .