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- Posted on May 20th 2010 8:54PM by Benjy Eisen
There is bad news, however, and that's that while undergoing tests and screenings, an ultrasound revealed a hole in Michael's heart, formally referred to as a patent forum ovale (PFO). A statement on Michael's home page from his neurosurgeon, Dr. Zabramski, says that the condition is "operable and treatable and we think we may have diagnosed the problem that caused the ... warning stroke; however we feel it is highly unlikely this is connected to the brain hemorrhage he suffered just a few weeks earlier."
Michaels, who has publicly fought diabetes his entire career, obviously just wants to get better and get back to being a full-time rock star -- in addition to fronting Poison, he has numerous solo pursuits and is a contestant in this season's 'The Celebrity Apprentice' reality TV show. Doctors say that he is very likely to make a full recovery -- his second major one in as many months -- but that despite his tenacity and determination, he is not quite up to speed just yet. We would make a pun using one of his hit song titles, such as 'Nothing But a Good Time' or 'Every Rose Has Its Thorn,' but the truth is, we just wish Michaels a healthy and speedy recovery.