Can The Condition Of Excess Fingers Affect The Health Test For Work?
During the night, I want to ask, I took the cpns custody test, there was a welfare test. I have excessive fingers, will it affect my test results? Because there I saw a physical disability examination.
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Finger growth that is more than normal or in medical language this condition is called polydactyl. This condition is an anomaly or a form of congenital abnormalities in the fingers, where this condition has occurred during the womb.
The exact cause of this code is not yet known, but some researchers claim the existence of mutations or damage or negligence in genes during fetal development and growth are still in the womb. And this condition is usually inherited, if you have a family history of this condition then it can be a risk factor for you.
Regarding influencing test results or not, we cannot give a definitive explanation. Because this is the authority of the agency or company you are applying for. Each agency must have different regulations and conditions, including in terms of health in the form of physical examination. It is better to discuss this with the organizer or selectors about your condition and your possibility to register the work in the field you want.
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