Shehbaz Sharif’s chest, kidneys are affected, reveals medical report

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27 Nov, 2018 6:58 pm

ISLAMABAD (92 News) – The medical report revealed on Tuesday that Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) president Shehbaz Sharif’s chest and kidneys have been affected.

As per details garnered – in light of the report of Shehbaz Sharif – the proposal was given to form a large medical board comprising cancer experts. The doctors expressed reservations on his swelling of the intestines and glands.

According to the sources, the doctors recommended Shehbaz Sharif be kept in an open and clean. It also added that keeping the cancer survivors in the crowd is not safe for his life.

“Few sub-centimeter mediastinal lymph nodes are seen. One of the more prominent right lower paratracheal lymph node measures 8.00mm in short axis,” stated by the report dated November 25 from a laboratory in Islamabad.

“Both the kidneys show lobulated contours. There is a tiny hypodense area at lower pole of left kidney with internal fat attenuation… suggesting of bening etiology likely angiomyolipoma,” it added.

Opposition Leader in National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif has returned to Lahore accompanied with National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Tuesday after his medical examination was concluded and doctors allowed him to travel. He was shifted to Islamabad to attend NA session on production order.

The former Punjab chief minister is currently in the National Accountability Bureau’s (NAB) custody.

On November 25, Shehbaz Sharif underwent computed tomography (CT) scan at a hospital in Islamabad on the advise of the medical board constituted on order of the court for the opposition leader of NA.

Medical board, comprising three doctors of polyclinic, examined the PML-N president and conducted his blood tests after he complained of pain in his throat on November 23.

On October 5, the NAB arrested Shehbaz Sharif inside its Lahore office where he was summoned to record his statement in connection with the Punjab Saaf Pani Company case.


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