Maharashtra Governor discharged from hospital
Maha Guv, K Sankaranarayanan who underwent an arterial surgery to remove a clot in his left carotid artery, was discharged from the Hospital.
Mumbai: Maharashtra Governor K Sankaranarayanan, who underwent an arterial surgery to remove
a clot in his left carotid artery, was discharged from the
Bombay Hospital on Sunday.
Dr B K Goyal, honorary dean and chief cardiologist of
Bombay Hospital attending on him accompanied the Governor to
Sankaranarayanan, who is also holding additional charge
of Governor of Goa, was admitted to Bombay Hospital on
January 10 following a spell of giddiness.
After detailed investigation, a clot with narrowing was
discovered in his left carotid artery, which was corrected by
an arterial surgery. Dr Sudhanshu Bhattacharya operated upon
the Governor, a Raj Bhavan release said.