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    FORMER world champion boxer Moi Fuentes has tragically died at the age of just 37, one year after suffering a brain clot in a fight. The Mexican super-flyweight suffered the devastating injury in a sixth round knockout defeat to David Cuellar Contreras in October 2021. 1Moi Fuentes passed away on Thursday morningCredit: Getty And now it has been confirmed by WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman that Fuentes passed away on Thursday morning. Sulaiman posted the news social media, saying: "Thank God, Moises Fuentes is already resting in peace. A warrior who fought to the last breath. "Our condolences to his family and friends and our appreciation to his wife for her dedication and dedication with indescribable love during this difficult year of suffering. "May he rest in peace." More to follow. Most read in SportTEST DRIVE McGregor says he'll be 'CLEAR for drug testing in Feb' as he plots UFC returnHOME SWEET HOME Gisele moves into new $11.5m Miami pad opposite Brady and talks to designerMASKED MEUN Why is Thomas Meunier wearing a mask for Belgium at the World Cup 2022?'GEAUX TIGAHS' Dunne...
    A MUM has shared how her son needed to have part of his skull removed and stitched to his back after he complained of headaches. Worried parents Krissie Thatcher and Dave Allon were told their teenage son Warrick had a 50 per cent chance of survival after he suffered a rare brain aneurysm. 3Warrick Allon waking up after the surgeryCredit: SWNS 3Warrick suffered a rare brain aneurysmCredit: PA 3The teen has made a full recovery and has even returned to school part-timeCredit: SWNS The 15-year-old was rushed into emergency surgery after he collapsed at the family's home in Andover, Hampshire. His worried parents were told to prepare for the worst surgeons would try and reduce the immense pressure in his skull following a brain haemorrhage. The operation also saw medics remove part of Warrick's skull - which was stitched into his back during surgery to allow for the swelling around the brain to reduce and to preserve the bone. Mum Krissie said: "I will remember that moment forever. READ MORE ON HEALTHDEADLY THREAT First signs of silent killer strike when...
    A BRIT tourist was left in a coma with a blood clot the size of a tennis ball after reportedly being the victim of a vicious attack at a nightclub in Magaluf. Joshua Pesticcio, 24, from Cardiff, director of a structural steel fabrication company, was allegedly set upon by the bouncer at a nightclub on the Spanish island of Majorca. 6Brit Joshua Pesticcio was left in a coma after he was allegedly assaulted by a bouncer in MagalufCredit: Steven Pesticcio 6He suffered a broken cheekbone, nose, and jaw following the attackCredit: Steven Pesticcio 6Joshua had travelled to Magaluf with his father and friends in June He needed emergency surgery following the alleged assault and suffered a broken cheekbone, nose, and jaw as well as a bleed on his brain. The Brit also spent two to three days in an induced coma following the attack. He has since returned home but says he still suffers from memory issues as a result of the alleged assault. Joshua's father Steven, also from Cardiff, claims the shocking attack came after his son's friend spilt...
    UMAR SADIQ has retired from boxing two years after suffering a traumatic brain injury - and now he's fighting to be a Hollywood star. The Brit suffered a brutal 12th-round stoppage defeat to former world super-middleweight title challenger Fedor Chudinov in Russia in September 2020. 4Umar Sadiq has hung up his glovesCredit: GETTY 4The Brit suffered a horrific brain bleed in his 2020 fight with Fedor ChudinovCredit: GETTY
    HAILEY Bieber has revealed that she "couldn’t speak" and her face drooped during a "really scary" stroke from a blood clot in her brain. Justin Bieber’s wife opened up with her fans following the terrifying episode which took place on March 10. 1 She posted a 12-minute video on YouTube titled Telling My Story, she revealed the surgery that followed "the scariest moment of her life", during which she suffered a blood clot to the brain. The health scare, which gave the celeb symptoms akin to a stroke, resulted in an emergency operation. Doctors told her that she had suffered the clot due to side effects from birth control pills, Covid-19, and a long haul flight. Following tests revealed that she had a grade five, which is the largest category of hole in the heart. The blood clot had traveled into her heart and escaped through the hole in her heart and escaped into her brain. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity...
    (CNN)Hailey Bieber has addressed speculation she's pregnant. The model, married to Justin Bieber, had seen comments that she was trying to hide a baby bump under her gown at Sunday's Grammy Awards. She took to Instagram with a simple, "I'm not pregnant leave me alone."Bieber attended the Grammys with her husband, who was up for eight awards.Recently, Bieber shared on her Instagram that she was admitted to the hospital after she experienced a blood clot in her brain. "I was sitting at breakfast with my husband when I started having stroke like symptoms and was taken to the hospital. Read More"They found I had suffered a very small blood clot to my brain, which caused a small lack of oxygen," she told fans. "But my body had passed it on its own and I recovered completely within a few hours."
    Hailey Bieber was spotted going for a low-key drive with a friend during an outing in Los Angeles this week. The 25-year-old wife of Justin Bieber clutched onto a cold beverage while riding in the passenger seat of her Land Rover Defender. Her sighting that day marked the first time she was spotted in public after a blood-clot on her brain landed her in the hospital.  On the go: Hailey Bieber was spotted going for a low-key drive with a pal during an outing in Los Angeles this week She appeared lost in her thoughts as she rode shotgun in the car while letting her female companion take on the driving responsibilities for their outing. Hailey, whose uncle is the embattled movie star Alec Baldwin, cut a casual figure in gold and white splotch print top and a black baseball cap. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Hailey Bieber cuts casual figure in yellow and brown tie dye... Justin Bieber addresses wife Hailey Bieber's recent health... Share this article Share She revealed the details of...
    March 12 (UPI) — Model Hailey Bieber, the wife of pop music star Justin Bieber, has disclosed she was hospitalized this week for a small blood clot in her brain. “On Thursday morning, I was sitting at breakfast with my husband when I started having stroke-like symptoms and was taken to the hospital,” the 25-year-old celebrity posted on Instagram Story Saturday. “They found I had suffered a very small blood clot to my brain, which caused a small lack of oxygen, but my body had passed it on its own and I recovered completely within a few hours. Although this was definitely one of the scariest moments I’ve ever been through, I’m home now and doing well, and I’m so grateful and thankful to all the doctors and nurses who take care of me!” Justin Bieber, 28, recently had to rearrange his concert tour dates after he tested positive for COVID-19. The couple have been married since 2018.
    Hailey Bieber said she was hospitalized for a blood clot in her brain earlier this week.The 25-year-old model and wife of Justin Bieber explained having "stroke-like symptoms" in an Instagram post on Saturday.Bieber was hospitalized and doctors found the small blood clot that was causing the symptoms, CNN reported. She said her body passed the clot on its own, without requiring surgery.Bieber said she recovered completely in a matter of hours, but found the experience to be one of the scariest times of her young life.As for her pop star husband, Justin Bieber posted a picture with his wife on Instagram with the caption, "Can't keep this one down."
    NEW YORK (AP) — Model Hailey Bieber says she is fine after a health scare, suffering a blood clot to her brain this past week. Bieber, wife of pop star Justin Bieber, posted on Instagram Saturday that she was having breakfast with her husband on Thursday when she began feeling stroke-like symptoms. Taken to the hospital, she said doctors had found a small blood clot on her brain. But she said her body passed it on its own and she recovered completely within a few hours. Related Articles ‘Shameful’: Alec Baldwin blames Halyna Hutchins’ husband for ‘Rust’ not being finished after her death Roman Abramovich’s jet-set ex-wife, friend of Ivanka Trump and Karlie Kloss, in the hot seat Wayne Wang Berkeley film series opens with hits and sexy risk-takers Grimes dating Chelsea Manning after splitting from Elon Musk, report says Photos: Sharon Stone’s Monterey County ‘Basic Instinct’ house gets massive price slash “Although this was definitely one of the scariest moments I’ve ever been through, I’m home now and...
    (CNN)Hailey Bieber said she was hospitalized for experiencing "stroke like symptoms" earlier this week.The model and wife of Justin Bieber explained the scary situation to her fans in an Instagram post to her stories on Saturday."On Thursday morning, I was sitting at breakfast with my husband when I started having stroke like symptoms and was taken to the hospital," she wrote. "They found I had suffered a very small blood clot to my brain, which caused a small lack of oxygen, but my body had passed it on its own and I recovered completely within a few hours. Although this was definitely one of the scariest moments I've ever been through, I'm home now and doing well, and I'm so grateful and thankful to all the amazing doctors and nurses who took care of me!"She ended her message by writing, "Thank you to everyone who has reached out with well wishes and concern and for all the support and love."Bieber appeared to reference his wife's health in his own Instagram post with a photo of them with the caption, "Can't...
    A MUM has died just days after having her first dose of the Oxford/AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine. Lucy Taberer fell ill after getting her first dose and her gums changed colour. 4Lucy Taberer fell ill after having her first dose of the Oxford/AstraZeneca coronavirus jab, she is pictured above with her son OrsonCredit: BPM The 47-year-old started to feel tired and lethargic and also developed bruising. Blood clots are extremely rare with the coronavirus vaccine and data previously showed that there was just a 0.000095 per cent chance of getting a blood clot after the AstraZeneca jab. Side effects can happen with almost all medications and coronavirus vaccines are no different. Most people have no side effects from the jab but some will experience pain at the site of injection and tiredness and fatigue. Sadly, Lucy developed blood clots on her brain which caused her to have a stroke. The playgroup leader from Aylestone in Leicester had her first jab at the Peepul Centre in Belgrave on March 19. Her distraught fiancé Mark Tomlin has now told of the impact her...
    A WOMAN in her 30s her died of a stroke after having the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine. Two other people of a similar age have suffered the complication but survived - in the first three cases of their kind reported. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest updates   2Three patients have had strokes after getting an AstraZeneca Covid dose (pictured)Credit: Getty London-based doctors who described the cases in unnamed patients said the signs to watch out for include face, arm or leg weakness, headache or impaired speech. It appears the strokes are linked with a very rare blood clotting condition already linked with the AstraZeneca jab, mostly in younger people.  Until now, it’s been thought these blood clots affect specific veins that supply the brain and stomach. But these case studies suggest the blood clots may also affect major arteries, leading to strokes.  Experts stressed that the cases of stroke and blood clotting are extremely rare. It comes as Brits younger than 40 are no longer offered the AZ shot after a change to the recommendations in light of...
    A MOTHER-of-four died from a brain blood clot just 11 days after receiving the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, her family says. Anne VanGeest, 35, of Eastern Township, Michigan, was given the one-shot vaccine on April 8 - five days before the CDC and FDA temporarily paused use of the jab over blood clot concerns. 3Anne VanGeest, 35, of Eastern Township, Michigan, was given the one-shot vaccine on April 8 and died 11 days later from a brain blood clotCredit: GoFundMe She died on April 19 at Mercy Health Saint Mary’s in Grand Rapids, with her official cause of death listed as "acute subarachnoid hemorrhage non-traumatic", WOOD-TV reported. The condition occurs when a blood clot in a vessel bursts, causing bleeding in the space between the brain and in the surrounding membrane. Days prior, VanGeest complained to family members that she was suffering from a persistent headache. In a statement issued by VanGeest's family, they stopped short of saying she died directly from the J&J vaccine and instead said she died "as the result of complications after...
    The family of a Michigan woman says she died from 'as the result of complications after receiving the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.' Anne VanGeest, 35, a mother-of-four from Easton Township, was given the one-shot immunization on April 8, reported WOOD TV. Five days later, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administation (FDA) recommended a temporary pause of J&J over blood clot concerns.  VanGeest's family says that within a few days, she developed a nonstop headache.  She was eventually taken to Mercy Health Saint Mary's hospital in Grand Rapids,  where she passed away on April 19 - 11 days after her inoculation.  Anne VanGeest, 35 (left and right), from Easton Township, Michigan, received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on April 8. She developed a nonstop headache and was eventually taken to Mercy Health Saint Mary's hospital, where she died on April 19 It comes after a pause was lifted on the J&J vaccine was lifted following blood clot concerns, mostly in women under age 50. Pictured: J&J vaccine at a...
    People are 10 times more likely to develop a CVST blood clot after catching Covid than after getting a vaccine, an Oxford study has found. CVST, full name cerebral venous sinus thombrosis, is the brain blood clotting condition spooking regulators by appearing in people having the AstraZeneca or Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccines. But researchers say the risk is significantly higher after coronavirus than it is after any of the Covid jabs.  The benefits of getting vaccinated are far higher than the risks, they insist, because the chance of getting a clot is still vanishingly rare and mass vaccination will protect millions of people – both those who get the jabs and the people around them. Scientists at Oxford University studied data from the US to work out how often people were diagnosed with CVST after testing positive for coronavirus. They estimated the rate was 39 cases per million people – 0.0039 per cent, or one in every 25,641. The rate for people who had Pfizer or Moderna's vaccine was about four in a million – 0.00039 per cent or one...
    YOU'RE up to ten times more at risk of getting a blood clot from Covid-19 than the AstraZeneca vaccine, scientists say. A study looked at the odds of getting a brain blood clot, called CVST, in people who had been diagnosed with Covid compared with those who had a vaccine. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest updates 2The risk of a brain blood clot, CVST, in different groups of people. It shows the risk and the range in brackets It showed the risk of a brain blood clot after the AstraZeneca vaccine was five in a million, and four in a million after vaccines from Pfizer or Moderna For people who had Covid, the risk was almost 40 in a million. Researchers at Oxford - the same university that created the AstraZeneca vaccine - said either after the coronavirus or a jab, the risk of a brain blood clot in the following two weeks was very rare. But comparing the two, they said the risk was "substantially and significantly higher" after Covid - which is largely avoidable...
    FREDERIC J. BROWN / Contributor/Getty Images Six women developed a CVST blood clot after getting a COVID-19 vaccine by J&J. Unlike other blood clots, CVST builds in the brain's sinus channels.  Some treatments include antiseizure medicine and surgery.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. US government health officials recommended that states halt Johnson & Johnson vaccinations on Tuesday. It came after a report found that six of the 6.8 million people who received a J&J COVID-19 vaccine developed a blood clot.  All six of them — women aged 18 to 48 years old — had developed a cerebral venous sinus thrombosis (CVST) blood clot. CVST is a rare type of clot that builds in the brain's sinus channels. The clot can block the channels from draining blood from the brain, which can lead to a hemorrhage. It occurs in five out of one million people each year.  Other types of blood clots, such as deep vein thrombrosis, occur in the legs. CVST symptoms include headache and blurred visionThe CDC and FDA said people who received a J&J...
    YOUNG Brits, under the age of 45, are 40 TIMES more likely to die of Covid than develop a brain blood clot after an AstraZeneca Jab, statistics show. It comes as fears over the safety of the Oxford/AstraZeneca jab led 20 European countries to suspend vaccinations last month. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates... 2Brits under the age of 45, are 40 TIMES more likely to die of Covid than develop a brain blood clot after an AstraZeneca JabCredit: LNP But medics in Germany have said they have just seen just one case of CVST blood clots in every 90,000 people who get the jab - just 0.0012 per cent. And last night the UK's Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) announced they have seen 30 cases of similar clots in 18.1million doses. This is roughly one in one in every 600,000 people - or 0.0012 per cent. Cambridge University academics say the risk of dying from coronavirus for 25- 44-year-olds is 0.04 per cent. It is roughly 33 times higher than Germany’s CVST incidence...
    Britons claim AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine has caused them to lose teeth and develop flatulence, MailOnline can reveal.  The UK's drug regulator, which polices the safety of Covid jabs, has also had reports of inoculated Brits being left screaming, yawning or crying afterwards. Officials ask people to report any health issues they have had after being vaccinated in case a serious side effect does crop up. But the 65-page list of alleged reactions is full of oddities. And some of these are even more common than actual medical problems. Rare brain blood clots that scared German regulators were reported five times, while six people reported 'teething' and 42 claimed crying was a side effect. Bosses at the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) say 'the suspected reactions described in this report are not proven side effects of Covid vaccines'. But they are kept on record in case any later do turn out to be linked. Scandal swirled around the jab last week after more than a dozen European nations stopped using it because of fears it could be linked to deadly...
    Diego Maradona has left hospital in an ambulance just eight days after being admitted for emergency brain surgery. The iconic former Argentinian footballer was driven away from the private Olivos Clinic just before 6pm on Wednesday as hundreds of fans of photographers tried to get a glimpse of him. Maradona was hospitalised last week and had to have an emergency operation to remove a blood clot from his brain.   Diego Maradona has been seen leaving the hospital at 6pm in an ambulance (above) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next LIVE: Paul Pogba is taken off with half an hour left with... Manchester City suffer injury scare as defender Nathan Ake... Joe Gomez fears he will miss rest of season and Euros after... Ryan Giggs WILL be involved in Wales' preparations for their... Share this article Share 331 shares Argentinian TV reporters travelling on motorbikes filmed the ambulance carrying him leaving before following the vehicle to transmit every inch of his journey.  His lawyer, Matias Morla, has said that the...
    Diego Maradona is recovering well from brain surgery and is already pressuring doctors to let him go home, his personal physician, Leopoldo Luque, said on Thursday.  The Argentina icon underwent surgery on a blood clot on the brain this week, with the operation deemed a 'success' despite worry issues caused by his history with drugs and alcohol.  The footballing legend, widely regarded as one of the best to ever play the game, had a subdural hematoma - an accumulation of blood between a membrane and his brain, according to Luque.  Diego Maradona is recovering well from brain surgery and already wants to return home (pictured in January 2020)  The football legend had a blood clot removed during an operation in Argentina this week RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Lionel Messi offers Diego Maradona 'a hug from the heart' in... 'Put him with Man United's squad and they'd go to another... F1 announces Saudi Arabia will host its first ever Grand... Ghana FA confirm they want to convince Brighton star Tariq......
    DIEGO MARADONA could leave hospital in the next few hours following his brain blood clot operation, according to his doctor. Leopoldo Luque said medics had convinced the football legend to stay another day as a precaution for the moment. 7Diego Maradona could leave hospital in the next few hoursCredit: Reuters 7But his doctor Leopoldo Luque hopes he stays another dayCredit: AFP or licensors 7Fans have been paying tribute to the legendary star outside the hospitalCredit: EPA But he also admitted the headstrong icon could decide to leave before and continue his recovery at home. Speaking outside Olivos Clinic on the outskirts of Buenos Aires after Maradona's second night in hospital, Luque said: “His recovery is still very good. “We’re very happy and he really wants to leave. We had to persuade him otherwise because the idea is to keep him in for another day. “We hope he stays until tomorrow. He won’t have to be transferred elsewhere. “He can walk, he can talk and he is much more lucid. It’s early days still but his recovery has been excellent so...
    (CNN)Lionel Messi sent a message of support to fellow countrymen Diego Maradona after the Argentina legend successful underwent surgery to remove a blood clot on the brain.Maradona's personal doctor, Leopoldo Luque, confirmed on Wednesday outside of the Olivos clinic that "everything is fine" following the operation."Diego, all the strength in the world," Messi wrote on Instagram. "My family and I want to see you well again as soon as possible. A big hug from the heart!" View this post on Instagram Diego, toda la fuerza del mundo. Mi familia y yo te queremos ver bien lo antes posible. ¡Un abrazo de corazón! A post shared by Leo Messi (@leomessi) on Nov 4, 2020 at 5:41am PST Barcelona and Argentina captain Messi played under Maradona when he was head coach of the national team between 2008 and 2010, ending his spell in charge following the World Cup in South Africa.Maradona, widely considered one of the greatest footballers of all time, was initially admitted to hospital on Monday as a preventive measure, according to his doctor, due to a low mood....
    Soccer icon Diego Maradona is in recovery after undergoing brain surgery. Reuters reported that the operation to treat a subdural hematoma, a blood clot on the brain, had been successful. Leopoldo Luque, Maradona’s neurosurgeon and personal physician, told the press that he was satisfied with the outcome of the operation. He addressed a small crowd outside the clinic where the football legend was being hospitalized. “I was able to evacuate the hematoma successfully and Diego tolerated the surgery very well,” the doctor said. The fans, many with posters, started chanting “Diego!” as they celebrated the good news. “The steps now are observation, but it is controlled. It will depend on how he does. It is not highly complex, but it is still brain surgery,” Luque stated. The physician earlier called the procedure “routine” and said that Maradona had been “lucid” when he agreed to it. The doctor noted that the operation had taken about 80 minutes and that the sports star was “under control.” “He has a small drain [to remove fluid] that we are planning to take out tomorrow,”...
    Argentinian soccer legend Diego Maradona has undergone successful brain surgery for a blood clot, according to his doctor. “We managed to successfully remove the clot. Diego coped well with the surgery,” Dr. Leopoldo Luque said Tuesday at a private clinic in Buenos Aires, Agence France-Presse reported. “It’s under control, there’s a little drainage (of blood). He’ll remain under observation,” he added. The 60-year-old World Cup winner and global soccer icon had been taken to hospital in La Plata to undergo tests after feeling ill. Maradona – who has survived two heart attacks, and also contracted hepatitis and undergone gastric bypass surgery — was transferred to the specialist clinic in the capital after a scan revealed the blood clot. Luque insisted earlier Tuesday that Maradona was undergoing “a routine operation” as local media speculated the clot was the result of a blow to the head. “The operation consists of a small incision to drain the blood. In 24 or 48 hours the patient can leave the hospital,” Dr. Raul Matera, a neurosurgeon, told TyC Sports channel. The former soccer player’s daughter...
    Argentinian soccer legend Diego Maradona has undergone successful brain surgery for a blood clot, according to his doctor. “We managed to successfully remove the clot. Diego coped well with the surgery,” Dr. Leopoldo Luque said Tuesday at a private clinic in Buenos Aires, Agence France-Presse reported. “It’s under control, there’s a little drainage (of blood). He’ll remain under observation,” he added. The 60-year-old World Cup winner and global soccer icon had been taken to hospital in La Plata to undergo tests after feeling ill. Maradona – who has survived two heart attacks, and also contracted hepatitis and undergone gastric bypass surgery — was transferred to the specialist clinic in the capital after a scan revealed the blood clot. Luque insisted earlier Tuesday that Maradona was undergoing “a routine operation” as local media speculated the clot was the result of a blow to the head. “The operation consists of a small incision to drain the blood. In 24 or 48 hours the patient can leave the hospital,” Dr. Raul Matera, a neurosurgeon, told TyC Sports channel. The former soccer player’s daughter...
    Diego Maradona's surgery on a blood clot on his brain has been declared a 'success' despite worrying issues caused by his long history with drugs and alcohol, it has been announced. The footballing legend, widely regarded as one of the best to ever play the game, had a subdural hematoma - an accumulation of blood between a membrane and his brain - according to his personal doctor Leopoldo Luque. His PR team have now confirmed that the major surgery he had on Tuesday, less than a week after his 60th birthday, went well and he is now on the road to recovery.  Two of Maradona's five children were quick to take to social media to reassure their father's fans, with Jana writing: 'Now life is feeling a little lighter.' A few minutes later, Dalma posted: 'I just got out of the clinic I just want to thank everyone for the constant displays of love for my dad, my sister and me. Thanks to everyone who prayed for him!' Mr Luque, a neurologist, said the problem likely was caused by an...
    DIEGO MARADONA is “resting” in his room after an 80-minute operation for a blood clot on his brain. The 60-year-old legend faces up to a week in hospital before he is allowed home after undergoing surgery at the private Olivos Clinic on the outskirts of Buenos Aires. 7Fans outside the Ipensa Clinic chanted his name as he was driven away in an ambulanceCredit: AFP or licensors 7Fans gathered to show their support for Argentina legend Diego MaradonaCredit: Reuters Daughter Dalma, who rushed to her father’s side on Tuesday after it emerged medics had discovered the bleed on his brain during a CT scan, tweeted overnight: “I’ve just left the clinic and I want to thank everyone for their constant displays of love for my dad. “Thanks to all those of you who prayed for him.” The retired footballer’s personal physician Leopoldo Luque, speaking around an hour after the op finished at 10.20pm local time, added: “Diego tolerated the surgery excellently and he’s doing very well. “We’ve left a small tube in to facilitate drainage which will be removed today. “Him...
    DIEGO MARADONA is set to undergo emergency surgery just days after his 60th birthday after doctors discovered a blood clot on his brain. The subdural haematoma, a type of brain bleed, was spotted during tests at the private clinic in La Plata, an hour’s drive south of Buenos Aires where he was admitted on Monday. 1Diego Maradona is set for emergency surgery after doctors discovered a blood clot on his brainCredit: Reuters He is now due to be transferred to a hospital in Olivos on the outskirts of the Argentine capital where the operation will take place. Journalist Martin Arevalo, a personal friend of the footballing legend who turned 60 last Friday, said: “At midday I spoke with him and he was feeling okay. “Two hours later they showed him the results of a scan and he had a haematoma. “They had to act quickly and they’re taking him to a clinic in Olivos. “The idea was that they would discharge him from hospital on Wednesday or Thursday but then they found this. The operation can’t wait.” A subdural haematoma...
    Prince Joachim of Denmark has been released from hospital and reunited with his family after undergoing emergency brain surgery in July.  The Danish royal,  51, was spending the summer holidays with his family in France in the Chateau de Cayx, which belongs to his mother, when he fell ill.  The son of Queen Margrethe, who is sixth in line to the throne, was rushed to Toulouse University Hospital, where he was immediately operated on. The Danish Royal Palace said he's not expected to suffer any long-term side effects after the surgery.  He's finally been discharged and returned to the family after spending the weekend in the intensive care unit, with Princess Marie, 44, at his bedside.  Prince Joachim of Denmark has been released from hospital and reunited with his family after undergoing emergency brain surgery in July. The Danish royal, 51, was spending the summer holidays in France in the Chateau de Cayx, which belongs to his mother, with his family when the health scare struck (pictured with his wife Princess Marie, 44 at the state dinner of Christianborg...
    COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Prince Joachim, the younger son of Queen Margrethe of Denmark, has been discharged after undergoing emergency surgery in France last month for a blood clot in his brain, the palace said Tuesday. The 51-year-old prince, who had been on vacation, was admitted to the Toulouse University Hospital on July 24. “It is now the assessment of the doctors that the Prince’s health has improved to such an extent that His Royal Highness can be discharged,” Lene Balleby, a spokeswoman for the royal household, said in a statement. The prince is now residing at his mother’s private summer residence of Chateau de Cayx in southwestern France. Earlier the palace said the blood clot “was due to a sudden dissection of an artery,” and doctors assessed that the risk of recurrence “is very small when the artery has healed.” Joachim is sixth in line to Denmark’s throne after his elder brother, Crown Prince Frederik, and his brother’s four children. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Prince Joachim of Denmark will not suffer any long-term effects after undergoing surgery for a blood clot in his brain, the royal palace has reported.  On Friday the 51-year-old son of Queen Margrethe, who is sixth in line to the throne, was rushed to Toulouse University Hospital in France, where he was immediately operated on. The procedure was 'successful' and the prince's condition was said to be stable, while his wife Princess Marie, 44, remains by his hospital bedside, according to a Royal Court statement.  Lene Balleby, a spokeswoman for the royal household, said in an official statement yesterday: 'The blood clot in the brain was due to a sudden dissection of an artery, and the hospital's medical team assesses that the risk of recurrence is very small when the artery has healed.'  Prince Joachim of Denmark (pictured in August 2018) underwent emergency brain surgery following a blood clot on Friday but is not expected to suffer any lasting physical injuries, the Danish palace has confirmed It added: 'It is the doctors' assessment that Prince Joachim will not have any physical...
    Deferment vs. forbearance: Which is best for your student loan? What Is Hill Descent Control? Off-Road Cruise Control Explained Prince Joachim of Denmark Expected to Make Full Recovery from Emergency Brain Surgery Prince Joachim of Denmark is on the road to recovery following emergency surgery for a blood clot on his brain. © Provided by People Prince Joachim The 51-year-old royal – who was treated at the University Hospital of Toulouse in France on Saturday – is “expected to be moved from the intensive care unit soon,” the Royal House announced in a statement on Tuesday. “After the recent days of hospitalization and treatment in the intensive care unit, it is now the doctors' assessment that Prince Joachim will not have physical or other consequences as a result of the blood clot,” the statement continues. © Provided by People The Danish royal "will not have physical or other consequences as a result of the blood clot,” says a statement from the Royal House “The blood clot in the brain was due to a sudden dissection of an artery, and...
    COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Prince Joachim, the younger son of Queen Margrethe of Denmark, who underwent emergency surgery for a blood clot in his brain won’t suffer any long-term effects, the royal palace said Tuesday. The 51-year-old prince, who had been on vacation in France, was admitted to the Toulouse University Hospital late Friday and was operated on early Saturday. “The blood clot in the brain was due to a sudden dissection of an artery, and the hospital’s medical team assesses that the risk of recurrence is very small when the artery has healed,” Lene Balleby, a spokeswoman for the royal household, said in a statement. “It is the doctors’ assessment that Prince Joachim will not have any physical effects or other injuries as a result of the blood clot,” Balleby said. “Prince Joachim is expected to be moved out of the intensive care unit as soon as possible but will continue to be hospitalized for some time to come.” Joachim married Marie Cavallier, with whom he has two children, in 2008, and she became Princess Marie. He also...
    Alec Penafiel was rushed to Johns Hopkins after a fall at the pediatrician’s office. Courtesy Atheia Penafiel A CT scan showed Alec had fractured the right parietal bone, the bone behind his right ear, and that he had a very large blood clot inside the skull, outside the brain. Courtesy Atheia Penafiel During a two-hour surgery, doctors were able to remove the clot, stop the bleeding. Courtesy Atheia Penafiel Dr. Alan Cohen said concussive injuries can be misleading. Courtesy Atheia Penafiel Atheia Penafiel is credited with son Alec’s life. Courtesy Atheia Penafiel (1/5) Share This Gallery: Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter. Share via email. Print. What seemed like a simple tumble turned into a near-death experience for a Frederick, Maryland, 15-month old. Earlier this month, Alec Penafiel was at the pediatrician’s office getting a checkup and routine shots. As they were wrapping up the visit, his mother, Atheia, turned away to pick up her keys. Alec tumbled off the table. At the time, she thought he had tried to...
    Prince Joachim of Denmark underwent emergency brain surgery following a blood clot but is now in a 'stable condition', the Danish palace has confirmed. On Friday, the 51-year-old son of Queen Margrethe, who is sixth in line to the throne, was rushed to Toulouse University Hospital in France, where he was immediately operated on. The procedure was 'successful' and the prince's condition is said to be stable, while his wife Princess Marie, 44, remains by his hospital bedside, according to a Royal Court statement. Just two days earlier, Prince Joachim had been celebrating his second son's 18th birthday at the Danish royals' summer residence, Chateau de Cayx in Cahors, in southern France. Prince Joachim of Denmark (pictured in August 2018) underwent emergency brain surgery following a blood clot on Friday but is now in a 'stable condition', the Danish palace has confirmed Just two days earlier, Prince Joachim had been celebrating his second son's 18th birthday at the Danish royals' summer residence, Chateau de Cayx in Cahors in southern France. Pictured, the prince with his family on the happy occasion In a statement the Palace...
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