Still I would put in a plea for the man who has not only a neurological disorder but at the same time some pathological condition, quite frequently found in combination. The emotional or nervous disturbance accentuates or aggravates the pathological condition. I had a case the other day of a man with definite entitlement for sinusitis and some other disability, but these entitlements were assessed negative. He had some condition described as hysteria, and there was a conflict in the medical opinion as to whether or not that was negligible. The whole case in combination was thrown into the discard, with the net result that the community must look after the man and his family, since he is totally incapacitated. I am urging that the department should give this man neurological treatment, in view of the doubt that exists in the reports of the neuropsychiatrists; and if they cannot cure him then his disability should be assessed according to the ratio established, particularly since he saw meritorious service in a field of war.