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Psychological Correlates of Battle and Nonbattle Injury Among Operation Iraqi Freedom Veterans
Limited research exists on the relationship between physical injury and PTSD within military populations. The present study assessed postinjury rates of PTSD and other psychological correlates among battle and nonbattle injuries. A total of 1,968 men (831 battle injuries and 1,137 nonbattle injuries) injured between September 2004 and February 2005 during Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) composed the study sample. Patients were followed through November 2006 for mental health diagnosis (ICD-9doi:10.7205/milmed-d-03-9107 pmid:19354083 fatcat:ahech36lvvcg7d2nkbr3yoxwwu