Shehbaz Sharif to be kept in open and clean space: Medical report
28 November, 2018
Doctors on Tuesday recommended that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Shehbaz Sharif, who is currently in the National Accountability Bureau’s (NAB) custody, be kept in an open and clean space as his chest and kidneys had been affected.
According to his medical report dated November 25, “Few sub-centimeter mediastinal lymph nodes are seen. One of the more prominent right lower paratracheal lymph node measures 8.00mm in short axis.”
“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.
In the light of the report, doctors recommended that Shehbaz be kept in an open and clean space.
A few days earlier, a blood test report of the PML-N president had indicated that signs of cancer were returning. Following the report, doctors at Poly Clinic conducted further blood tests of the leader of the opposition in NA and even conducted his CT scan. Further, doctors had recommended that a larger medical board comprising cancer experts be formed to examine Shehbaz.