Rushed To Hospital Again: Pope Francis To Undergo Intestinal Surgery Under General Anesthesia

Rushed To Hospital Again: Pope Francis To Undergo Intestinal Surgery Under General Anesthesia

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By Spy Uganda Correspondent

Pope Francis has gone to hospital for surgery on his intestine.

The procedure comes two years after he had 13in of his colon removed because of an inflammation and narrowing of the large intestine.

The Vatican said Francis, 86, would be put under general anaesthesia and would be in hospital for several days.

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Yesterday he returned to the Vatican after undergoing tests in hospital.

The move came two months after he was taken to hospital with an acute case of bronchitis.

Reports said Francis went to Rome’s Gemelli hospital on Tuesday morning for checks.

Witnesses at the Vatican’s Perugino gate, one of the main entrances to the city state, said that Francis returned to the Vatican a short while later, and greeted guards as he usually does.

Francis, 86, spent three days at Rome’s Gemelli hospital in late March.

Initially, the Vatican said he had gone in for scheduled tests, but the pontiff later revealed he had felt pain in his chest and was rushed to the hospital where bronchitis was diagnosed.

He was put on intravenous antibiotics and was released April 1, quipping that he was “still alive”.

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The Argentine pope had part of one lung removed when he was a young man. He also suffers from sciatica nerve pain and has been using a wheelchair and walker for over a year because of strained ligaments in his knee.

Francis has had a packed schedule of late, with multiple audiences each day.

The Vatican has recently confirmed a travel-filled August, when the Holy See and Italy are usually on holiday, with a four-day visit to Portugal in the first week of August and a similarly long trip to Mongolia starting August 31.

His next public appointment, if confirmed, would be his weekly general audience on Wednesday in St Peter’s Square.

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