Big B undergoes medical test at Nanavati Hospital
Amitabh Bachchan underwent an abdominal Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) test at Nanavati Hospital in suburban Vile-Parle, hospital sources said in Mumbai on Tuesday.
"Bachchan came last night like any other out-door patient and underwent an abdominal MRI", Dr Ashok Hatolkar, Medical Superintendent of the hospital said adding that "everything is clear".
No CT scan was done, he added.
Bachchan came at 11 pm and left at 2 am, sources said.
In November, he had undergone a surgery at a city hospital for diverticulum in the small intestine that had ruptured.
Last week, the actor had undergone a general check-up by the doctors at his residence, sources said.
The actor is likely to undergo another surgery soon for hernia, which doctors noticed during the November operation.
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