Rolling Stone Richards has brain surgery:



WELLINGTON, N.Z. — Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards had surgery to relieve a blood clot on his brain caused by an accident while on vacation in Fiji, local media reported Monday. The 62-year-old rocker was recovering in New Zealand after “brain surgery,” Australian and New Zealand media reported. A spokeswoman for the band said last week that Richards only suffered a mild concussion from an accident in Fiji in late April and would not require surgery. The New Zealand Herald reported that Richards underwent brain surgery to relieve a subdural hematoma or blood clot on the brain. The operation normally involves drilling a hole through the skull to drain the clot. Subdural hematoma can be caused by mild knocks to the head


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