Mauro Boselli was discharged after undergoing emergency surgery: “I came home”

Mauro Boselli was discharged after undergoing emergency surgery: “I came home”
Mauro Boselli was discharged after undergoing emergency surgery: “I came home”

Mauro Boselli after receiving medical discharge

After more than two weeks of hospitalization, Mauro Boselli received the High medical this Tuesday. The former goalscorer had been hospitalized due to a severe anemic condition with digestive bleeding and it had to be emergency surgery. She is now recovering at her house. “It’s very good luckily”told Infobae The doctor. Guillermo Dominguez, who led the team of professionals that carried out the gastric surgery. He Bullfighter I could return to sports activities in two months.

It was the former footballer himself who announced the news. “After 15 days of hospitalization and a very important surgery, I returned home,” he said in a post on his Instagram profile. There he thanked “all the staff at the San Camilo Clinic for the care provided” and Domínguez “for carrying out this entire process, as well as a spectacular group of professionals and better people such as the doctors “Adolfo Badaloni, Leonardo Dimasi and Alejandro Mymicopulo”.

He also made a special mention of his wife, his family, his friends and his psychologist, who “were holding on since day one.” “Thank you all for caring. “I love you,” he closed the message that was accompanied by a photograph in which he sees the welcome they gave him in their home, where they waited for him with posters and balloons, as well as an image of his hospitalization and another where he poses with the doctors. .

Boselli had suffered the health problem a few days before traveling to Mexico for his farewell match, which was going to take place at the León stadium, one of the clubs that marked his career and where he spent six years. “There is no one more than me who regrets this health problem and at this important moment for me. From my heart I want to thank everyone who had already purchased their ticket for my farewell. Right now all I want is to recover and be well. I will keep you informed as soon as I have news. I love you very much and thank you for your support,” the attacker from Boca Juniors had said at the time, that he thought of his friend Domínguez to deal with his situation.

Boselli with doctors Adolfo Badaloni, Guillermo Domínguez and Leonardo Dimasi

The surgeon – graduated from the UBA Faculty of Medicine and specialized in laparoscopic surgery – put together a team of professionals and admitted the patient to the aforementioned clinic to carry out the operation. “We had to do gastric surgery. In the last five days everything progressed very well and he was discharged. Now the postoperative control and follow-up remains. He is recovering at his house. He is very well luckily. Let’s hope that in about two months he will be able to do sports activity.”, he commented. In the surgical procedure they used a technology created by himself to not leave scars.

The new date of the tribute match will be informed by the event organization, WFG. The event will take place at the La Fortaleza stadium, with capacity for 31 thousand spectators. Boselli had a great time in the Mexican team, since it was his most fruitful period in numbers with 221 games, 130 goals and 17 assists. In addition, he was champion in two First Division championships, the Apertura 2013 and the Clausura 2014. He was the top scorer in the Liga MX three times. Abroad he also played for Atlético Malagueño (Spain), Génova and Palermo (Italy), Corinthians (Brazil) and Cerro Porteño (Paraguay).

Mauro debuted as a professional in the Xeneize and won the 2004 Copa Sudamericana and the Copa Libertadores in 2007. He repeated in the top continental tournament in 2009 with Estudiantes de La Plata, with whom he also won the Argentine Cup last year, which allowed him to retire in style. .

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