AS Roma: “Castan has a congenital vascular alteration in his brain!”

After months of hidden truth AS Roma decided to announce the real medical problem that is affecting Leandro Castan. As most of the people were expecting Castan cannot return on the playing pitch soon but in the next few week he should undergo to a proper surgery to definitely eliminate a congenital vascular alteration in his brain. AS Roma released an official medical report to deeply explain Castan’s problem:

“After the Empoli v Roma match, Leandro Castan suffered about of acute dizziness. The player underwent medical tests in the days after the match, which revealed a congenital vascular alteration in his brain, a condition more commonly known as a cavernoma. Inside the cavernoma, the tests revealed a small edema and, as a consequence, temporary swelling. This was the cause of the symptoms reported by the player, which subsided of their own accord within a few days. Although the cavernoma does not represent a threat to the player’s life – indeed, he is currently in peak physical condition – he is at risk of reoccurrences. Therefore, the medical staff, club and player have agreed that he will undergo neurosurgery at the beginning of December in order to definitively cure the problem. This will allow his to resume regular competitive sporting activity.”


Check the medical report in Italian HERE!

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