At a press conference at the hospital where ex-Pachuca goalkeeper
admitted for a thrombosis
, doctors said the Colombian is
stable again after they opened the carotid artery and prevented it from closing
It took until 5 p.m. Monday to
finalize the procedure, and there were two brain scans made so the doctors could see the cerebral activity, and they
confirmed that Calero did not suffer a stroke.
That means, according to doctors, that
tissue surrounding the artery is functioning properly.
The doctors added that Calero has everything in his favor, thanks to his good physical condition and good muscular tone.
Calero will be fed by tubes for hours after sedation, if
improvement is detected.
Rumors circulated that Calero had
stopped taking his medicines to prevent clots, which was flatly denied by the doctors who treated him.
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