2d 814 (1985).
7 Practice Book § 13-14 provides in relevant part: (a) If any party . . . has failed to submit to a physical or mental examination . . . the judicial authority may, on motion, make such order as the ends of justice require.
‘‘(b) Such orders may include the following: ‘‘(1) The entry of a nonsuit or default against the party failing to comply; ‘‘(2) The award to the discovering party of the costs of the motion, includ- ing a reasonable attorney’s fee;
‘‘(3) The entry of an order that the matters regarding which the discovery was sought or other designated facts shall be taken to be established for the purposes of the action in accordance with the claim of the party obtaining the order;
‘‘(4) The entry of an order prohibiting the party who has failed to comply from introducing designated matters in evidence;
‘‘(5) If the party failing to comply is the plaintiff, the entry of a judgment of dismissal. . . .’’
8 The plaintiff contends that the holding in Krajewski is not applicable to this case because it reviewed benefits under General Statutes § 31-308a and not General Statutes § 31-307. We disagree. After reviewing both § 223 (d) (2) (A) of the Social Security Act; 42 U.S.C. § 423, as amended; relevant federal regulations and § 31-307, we conclude that the standards for determining total disability also are not the same in those sections and that the holding in Krajewski is therefore applicable.