Myan­mar rul­ing party pa­tron U Tin Oo still not ar­tic­u­late with par­a­lytic stroke: an­nounce­ment

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The con­di­tion of pa­tron of Myan­mar’s rul­ing Na­tional League for Democ­racy (NLD) U Tin Oo, who was hos­pi­tal­ized due to fail­ing con­scious­ness five days ago, is still not ar­tic­u­late with the left side of his body suf­fer­ing par­a­lytic stroke, Yan­gon Gen­eral Hos­pi­tal an­nounced late on Mon­day. But he has re­gained some fac­ul­ties, said the hos­pi­tal. A med­i­cal team com­pris­ing 15 spe­cial­ists is ad­min­is­ter­ing nec­es­sary treat­ment, said Dr. Aye Ko Ko, su­per­in­ten­dent of the hos­pi­tal, adding that the pa­tient’s heart beat and res­pi­ra­tion are nor­mal. Blood clots were found with blood ves­sel to the brain of the pa­tient caus­ing par­a­lytic stroke.

U Tin Oo, 91, was brought to the hos­pi­tal on May 17 mid­night for ur­gent treat­ment af­ter he slipped over in the bath­room in his res­i­dence los­ing con­scious­ness.

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