Brazilian President, Michel Temer hospitalized for blocked urinary tract
President Michel Temer of Brazil was rushed to the hospital on Wednesday due to a urinary tract obstruction.
In a statement by his office, Temer’s doctor recommended that he go to the Army Hospital in Brasilia for exams after he reported pain. He underwent a bladder video test by catheter and would leave the hospital as soon as possible.
77-year old Temer, was recently diagnosed with a partial coronary artery blockage, leading him to take a daily aspirin and adopt a low-fat diet.