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Incidence of weapon injuries not related to interfactional combat in Afghanistan in 1996: prospective cohort study
Weapon injuries that are not attributable to combat are common and social changes accompanying conflict and widespread availability of weapons may be predictive of use of weapons that persists independently of conflict. Expand
[Primary treatment of gunshot and explosion injuries of the extremities with the Ilisarov ring fixator].
The callus distraction technique now permits the beginning of bony reconstruction at the same time as the initial surgical debridement of gunshot and explosion injuries. Expand
Exploring Consequences of U.S. Withdrawal from Afghanistan: An Overview and Perspective on Economy
Since 2003, the economic situation, life expectancy, and per capita income of Afghanistan were increasing. This was mainly due to foreign aid reported $83 billion from 2003 to 2016. 90% ofExpand
A Conceptual Framework to Measure Economic Growth of Afghanistan
Afghanistan is the least developed country in Asia which is under war from the previous 20 years. After the end of the  partial war, many aspects of Afghan economy are improving, for instance, theExpand