Melania Trump’s Embolization Procedure Explained

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Melania Trump’s Embolization Procedure Explained

First lady Melania Trump underwent the procedure and will remain in the hospital for the week. The purpose of an embolization is to cut off the blood supply to a lesion to cause it to shrink and ultimately die off.

Bloomberg: Melania Trump Had Surgery To Treat Benign Kidney Condition, White House Says

First Lady Melania Trump underwent successful surgery to treat a kidney condition on Monday and is expected to remain in the hospital for the duration of the week, the White House said. The first lady had “an embolization procedure” at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, to treat “a benign kidney condition,” the White House said in a statement. The White House didn’t otherwise describe her medical diagnosis. (Sink and Cortez, 5/14)

Los Angeles Times: Melania Trump Had An Embolization To Treat A Kidney Condition. What Is An Embolization?

To find out what an embolization procedure entails and why it might be necessary, we spoke to Dr. Mark S. Litwin, professor and chairman of urology at UCLA. (Netburn, 5/14)

Melania Trump had an embolization to treat a kidney condition. What is an embolization?

The White House announced that First Lady Melania Trump underwent an embolization procedure Monday to treat a benign kidney condition. According to the statement, the treatment was a success. However, she is expected to remain at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for the rest of the week.

 

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