Juan Schiaretti, 71, arrived at the Sanatorio Allende de Nueva Córdoba at 9 in the morning on Tuesday to undergo surgery by doctors Gustavo Bechis and Marcelo Bertrán, from the Urology service.

The president was admitted to the fourth floor and after 11 o’clock the operation began, which lasted two and a half hours.

“The surgical intervention was carried out successfully, we spoke with the team of professionals and they informed us that he was fine, without any complications. He is awake, with the typical discomfort of a postoperative period,” the general medical director of the Sanatorio Allende, René Carlos Vandersande.

After the intervention, the president was transferred to the Coronary Unit, because he has a cardiac history “that must be monitored.”



If there are no complications, this Wednesday he would go to the common room and would be hospitalized there for two days, so that in 72 hours he could be discharged.

In the medical report, they reported that the cyst found in the upper pole of the right kidney was removed and that it was sent to the Pathological Anatomy service for analysis.

The operation arose after routine medical studies, where a complex cyst was evidenced in the upper pole of the right kidney, which has a medical indication for surgical resection.

Oscar González, a Peronist legislator and surgeon, told Cadena 3 that “the prognosis is surely good.” “They are procedures that take approximately two hours, surely when the surgery is finished there will be a medical part,” he said at the time the operation was performed.

For his part, Vandersande had explained to Cadena 3: “The governor did some routine studies a few days ago, they are part of the checkups that he does.”

“Incidentally, an image appeared in the upper part of the right kidney, a cystic image, which according to the gaze and the evaluation of the specialists it is necessary to remove,” he added.

Regarding the injury, he clarified that it “did not give symptoms” and that was why it was “found in the studies.”

Regarding the procedure, he had indicated that a “videolaparoscopy” would be performed, a “less aggressive” approach that “in principle would require 48 or 72 hours of postoperative control in hospitalization.”

Added to this, “surely there will be a request for rest and then he will be able to return to his usual tasks,” he added before the operation.

“A cyst is a radiological image and what you have to do is remove it, that’s why a videolaparoscopy is done and that little part of the kidney is removed,” he reported.

“In general, it does not imply any affectation of the functionality of the kidney,” said Vandersande, adding: “They are quite scheduled surgeries and do not have complications.”

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