Letter From Hillary Clinton's Doctor Reveals She Has More Than Just Pneumonia
Hillary Clinton underwent surgery to treat an ear infection after a course of antibiotics and steroids earlier this year, her doctor has revealed.
The Hillary campaign has published part of her medical history for this year after she was diagnosed with pneumonia.
But instead of quashing speculation surrounding her health, it has raised questions among her critics about whether Clinton is fit enough to lead as president.
Part of the letter, written by Clinton's physician Lisa Bardack, reads,
A myringotomy is a surgical incision in the eardrum to relieve pressure or fluid.
She said this was followed up by a CT scan of her brain and sinuses in March 2016 and confirmed the scan "showed no abnormalities of the brain and mild chronic sinusitis."
The presidential candidate was symptom-free for the next six months.
Then came the medical episode on September 11.
Clinton was attending a 9/11 memorial in New York City when she became "overheated" and left the service after an hour or so, a spokesperson said at the time.
A video showed the moment she collapsed as she was being led away to a car.
It was later revealed Clinton had been suffering from pneumonia.
But despite her string of medical issues, the physician has stressed Clinton is still "fit" to serve as president.
The letter concludes,