The president-elect of Brazil, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, is at home after being discharged this Monday from the Hospital Sirio Libanés in Sao Paulo, where he was admitted on Sunday to undergo a laryngoscopy to remove leukoplakia from one of his cords. vowels.
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“Good morning. Already at home, after a small procedure yesterday. All resolved and well. Good week to all,” he wrote on Twitter.
In a medical bulletin, the hospital reported that “the procedure showed the absence of neoplasia.” According to Folha de Sao Paulo, after the review, the doctors also pointed out that the leftist presents “a complete remission of the tumor (of the larynx) diagnosed in 2011.”
Lula was admitted on Sunday for a laryngoscopy and removal of a throat lesion. The process was successful and he was discharged this morning. Exams performed on 11/12 also demonstrated the “complete removal of the tumor diagnosed in 2011” pic.twitter.com/cMTZWAsEL9
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November 21, 2022
Lula was discharged this Monday at 7:45 a.m., and was accompanied by medical teams coordinated by Roberto Kalil Filho, Arturo Katz, Rubéns Brito, Rui Imamura and Luiz Paulo Kowalski, who signed the statement.
The 77-year-old president-elect participated in numerous events in his electoral campaign, both in the first and second rounds, in which he was the main speaker, which would have damaged his vocal cords.
‘Hello. Already home after a minor procedure yesterday (Sunday). Everything in order and good. Good week to all,’ Lula himself published on his Twitter account, along with the medical bulletin.
The injury was identified in a medical check-up prior to his trip to Egypt to participate in the 27th Conference of the Parties (COP27) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change last week.