Resuscitation, MRI, stroke

Last Sunday, 71-year-old Sophia Rotaru was hospitalized after speaking at a private event in Ufa. The media received contradictory information, but now it turned out that the actress was in the hospital because of a violation of the blood circulation of the brain without the development of an acute stroke.
“Sophia Mikhailovna was diagnosed with a transient ischemic attack,” said a source at a medical facility. - In addition, the patient had traces of multiple foci of old strokes. She mistook some of her medications. But drugs that fight blood clots are not at all drunk. ”

An MRI did not confirm brain hemorrhage. However, a swoon affected memory - according to the doctors, Rotaru did not recognize others and did not understand where she was and what had happened.

“Sophia Mikhailovna was brought to us in an ambulance with suspicion of a stroke,” one of the nurses in the Ufa Emergency Hospital said. - When the singer was taken on a gurney to the intensive care unit, Rotaru came to her senses.She began to repeat endlessly: “Girls, will I die? Will I die?

Later, Sofia Mikhailovna even got in touch with the fans: “Friends, indeed, had some health problems. Thank you all for your support and care! I am already normal and I really want ice cream! ”

Doctors insisted that Rotaru stayed in the clinic for at least five days in order to protect himself as much as possible against repeated attacks.

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