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Tiger Woods is “awake” and “responsive” after sustaining “significant” injuries in a serious car accident.
The golf legend was hospitalized Tuesday after she was involved in a car accident and a statement on his Twitter account on Wednesday said he was “currently awake, responsive and restful” in the hospital.
Dr. Anish Mahajan of Harbor-UCLA Medical Center stated that Woods “suffered significant orthopedic injuries to his right lower extremity that were treated during emergency surgery,” which resulted in “comminuted open fractures in both the upper and lower portions of the tibia and Fibular bones were stabilized by inserting a rod into the tibia. “A” combination of screws and pins “were used to stabilize injuries to the bones of his foot and ankle, Mahajan also said.
Dr. Responding to this update on CNN, Sanjay Gupta stated that while Woods appeared to have no more life-threatening injuries, it was “good news”, “may need more surgery” and “it will likely be a long time” months before you start thinking about significant weight loads on “his leg”.
“It will be a long road and very steady progress,” said Gupta.
The emergency doctor Dr. Jeremy Faust agreed that “it will be a long way for Mr. Woods”. Dr. NBC News medical correspondent John Torres today had a similar assessment, stating that the golfer will “get the usual recovery from a fracture” which “will take several months”. However, Torres added that it would be longer before Woods fused his ankle or “made any major surgery on that ankle that would limit mobility in order to recover,” and “he really could never get that mobility back.” ” he had that before. ”
On Good Morning America, ABC correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton also called this “serious injury,” and while noting that “every patient is different,” she said that “this type of injury can have lifelong manifestations.” Brendan Morrow