Ariel Sharon's doctors came under criticism on Thursday for failing to divulge a brain disease disovered after an initial, mild stroke suffered by the prime minister and for prescribing drugs that may have been inappropriate for a patient suffering from it, possibly causing his second, massive stroke.
The criticism added to a growing chorus of questions about Sharon's treatment, and whether his doctors' decisions were the right ones. Some experts, however, said there was no right or wrong.
As &to=http://english.pravda.ru/main/2002/09/30/37457.html' target=_blank>Sharon lay comatose for an eighth day Thursday, a brain scan showed positive results, indicating that the remnants of the blood in his brain from his Dec. 4 stroke have been absorbed, hospital officials said in a statement.
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