ISLAMABAD: On Tuesday, Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) President Shehbaz Sharif, who is currently in the National Accountability Bureaus (NAB) custody, reached Lahore after his medical examination was completed and doctors permitted him to travel.
Earlier today, the leader of the opposition in the National Assembly underwent a medical examination at Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) under the watch of NAB officials, sources said. Shehbaz was brought to Islamabad last week to attend a session of the National Assembly.
After the medical examination was completed, the doctors permitted Shehbaz to travel and the NAB team flew him to Lahore, sources added.
The medical report dated November 25 from a laboratory in Islamabad states, “Few sub-centimeter mediastinal lymph nodes are seen. One of the more prominent right lower paratracheal lymph node measures 8.00mm in short axis.”
“Both the kidneys show lobulated contours. There is a tiny hypodense area at lower pole of left kidney with internal fat attenuation… suggesting of bening etiology likely angiomyolipoma,” it added.
In light of the report, doctors recommended that Shehbaz be kept in an open and clean space which receives sunlight and fresh air.