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Zardari's MRI report reveals shrink brain

Zardari's MRI report reveals shrink brain
Former President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari: File Photo

 

MRI report of the PPP leader was carried out the other day as a new medical board was constituted to physically examine health of former president Asif Ali Zardari.

Dr. Mazhar Badshah, head of medical board carried out a medical check-up of the former president and MRI test was also conducted.

According to intitial report of the MRI, the brain of former president had shrinked. It happened because of age or any other disease and would be further learnt. 
It may be noted that the medical board was formed on the directions of the Islamabad High Court and the court has sought former president's medical report on December 11. 

It is pertinent to mention here that the former president is already suffering from heart problem, sugar and other diseases.

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