Argentine president recovering favorably from surgery
BUENOS AIRES (AFP) - Argentine President Cristina Kirchner was recovering "without complications" on Wednesday from surgery that successfully removed a blood clot on her brain, her doctors said.
"Her spirits are very good," according to the medical report.
Mrs Kirchner, 60, underwent surgery on Monday after being diagnosed over the weekend with a "chronic subdural hematoma" resulting from a blow to the head sustained in a fall in mid-August.
"On the first post-operative day, Kirchner is evolving favorably without complications," the report said.