Whatâ€™s the Latest with Seve?
Friends claimed that Seve Ballesteros was in high spirits when they visited him after his latest operation. He was exceptionally making good progress and his memory was normal. Seve still remembered the shots he made when he played in the Ryder Cup against Jose Maria Olazabal. He even joked that he is working on a new book.>
His health is generally picking up with his right side fully function though his left side is still quite lazy.
Seve underwent three operations and the latest was the cranioplasty. A fluid was removed from his brain and a small valve was planted to mend a defected bone in his skull. The whole surgical procedure was challenging for the medical team when they attempted to remove a mass in the brain. With Seve’s recovery, the process was considered successful.
The 51-year-old all time golf Champion expressed his appreciation to the medical staffs after he was allowed to leave the hospital last Thursday. He deeply thanked the doctors and the rest of the team in the intensive care unit of La Paz hospital for their patience while he was being a “rebel patient”.
Meanwhile, a close friend is still apprehensive because Seve’s prognosis is still unclear as of today. He was supposed to be released December 15 but was allowed to leave hospital earlier. His friend only hopes that there is nothing significant with it.
Seve is advised to return to the hospital regularly for radiotherapy. But the professional golfer did vow that he will “keep on fighting” until he fully recovers.
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