Victim of heart failure, Diego Maradona would have died at the end of a slow agony, according to the experts in charge of the autopsy of the Argentine icon.
The veil is gradually lifting on the circumstances of Diego Maradona’s death, which occurred on November 23. According to the results of the autopsy, the former playing master of the Albiceleste died of“Acute pulmonary edema following exacerbated chronic heart failure” which would have lowered blood pressure with each heartbeat.
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And according to the Argentinian television channel Telefe, the former Neapolitan would have died after a slow agony that would have lasted between six and eight hours. These would at least be the conclusions of the forensic experts in charge of the investigation opened after the disappearance. Results which would accredit the thesis of a medical error on the part of the teams at his bedside. Pointed out since the disappearance of the Argentine star, his doctor, Leopoldo Luque, is more than ever in turmoil
The Argentinian press had already revealed on Tuesday that the first results of the autopsy had shown that the hero of the 1986 World Cup had not received his treatment for his heart problems since his brain surgery a month earlier. According to investigators, the house where the Argentinian n ° 10 had been convalescing since his release from the hospital was also unsuitable for his condition.
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