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Kabul surgeons save a severely wounded hand from amputation

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Kabul surgeons save man's severely injured hand_censoredThe Kabul doctors have performed a rare surgery in Wazir Mohammad Akbar Khan hospital saving a severely injured hand of a man.

The surgery was performed over a period of 9 hours involving 6 surgeons headed by Doctor Abdul Haseeb Baktash.

According to the doctors, the right hand of the man was severely wounded resulting into the cutting of almost all blood vessels and nerves but the damage was repaired in a rare surgery.

The surgeons involved in the surgery included Dr. Zalal Ahmad, Dr. Syed Raifullah Sajad, Dr. Bismillah Zazai, Dr. Ramin Faramarz and Dr. Haris Arif Behruzi.

This is not the first time the surgeons in Kabul have performed a rare surgery which comes despite the country’s health care system was badly damaged as a result of decades of war and violence that affected almost all sectors providing services to the residents of the country.

Earlier, surgeons in Wazir Mohammad Akbar Khan state hospital successfully performed a rare heart surgery on a young Afghan man who was taken to hospital in a critical condition.

The Ministry of public Health (MoPH) said the 22-year-old man had suffered a cardiac injury on the left side of his heart with a dimension of 3 centimeters.

Meanwhile, surgeons performed a complicated brain tumor surgery in June last year in Shah Amanullah Khan Ghazi hospital which is mainly dedicated for the treatment of the Afghan national security forces particularly the Afghan intelligence operatives.

The Afghan Intelligence – National Directorate of Security (NDS) said the patient Mohammad Reza was suffering from Cerebellar tumor which had resulted to reduced visibility, failure to maintain the balance of body, headache, drowsiness, nausea and vomiting but fully recovered after the successful surgery.

Also, a 21-year-old girl underwent a successful surgery in Kabul’s Sardar Mohammad Daud Khan hospital earlier last year helping the girl to walk after 21 years of disability.

A complicated brain surgery of an Afghan National Army (ANA) soldier was performed in the same hospital which helped the victim to recover after being in coma condition for a period of four months.

The 24-year-old soldier Ata-ur-Rehman was injured after receiving a rocket shrapnel during a gun battle with the militants.

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