Tags : Brain


HM the Queen Sirikit recovering from slight blood shortage in

BANGKOK, 11 May 2013 (NNT) – Doctors tending Her Majesty the Queen at Siriraj Hospital have reported the latest result of a magnetic resonance imaging examination on Her Majesty, saying they no longer detect any shortage of blood to Her Majesty’s brain, the condition which she was diagnosed with in July last year. The report […]Read More


HM the King recovers from subdural bleeding

HM the King has recovered from minor bleeding in his brain, according to the 56th statement of the Royal Household Bureau, released on Sunday. A computer scan, performed on Sunday found that the slight subdural bleeding had gone. His Majesty the King has a good appetite and slept well. Read more: The NationRead More


Thai Queen treated for insufficient blood flow in brain

BANGKOK, July 22 – Royal physicians are treating Her Majesty Queen Sirikit after magnetic resonance imaging indicated inadequate blood flow to the rear of her brain, according to a statement by the Royal Household Bureau on Saturday. Her Majesty the Queen experienced dizziness and staggered slightly during walking exercise at dawn on Saturday. However, she […]Read More


His Majesty the King treated for rapid heartbeat, leaking blood

His Majesty the King Bhumibol Adulyadej has been treated for rapid heartbeat and a minor case of leaking blood vessels in the brain, the Royal Household Bureau announced Friday. The bureau announced that His Majesty had a shaking right hand Thursday evening and an irregular heartbeat. His team of doctors performed a computer x-ray scan […]Read More


Thai Singer Zee Undergoes Surgery after Car Crash

Pop singer Matanawee Keenan has been seriously injured in a car accident and undergone a brain surgery. At around 9:30 AM yesterday, Bangkok police received a report from 31-year-old Somporn Jutrakul that he accidentally hit 23-year-old Matanawee Keenan with his company’s pickup truck in front of Central World shopping complex. Read more: TAN NetworkRead More


British Teacher in A Coma After Brutal Assault in Pattaya

A British teacher is fighting for his life in a Thai hospital after a stranger savagely attacked him with a metal bar. Adam Pickles, 40, is in a coma after the brutal assault which left him needing emergency brain surgery. In a tragic twist of irony, Adam, of Bradford, West Yorks., who used to teach […]Read More


HM the King of Thailand undergoes a treatment to rectify

BANGKOK, 2 May 2011 (NNT) -The Bureau of the Royal Household issued the announcement No.36 on His Majesty the King’s health condition, following his hospitalization at Siriraj with fever, fatigue and lung inflammation. All symptoms have been cleared and His Majesty has stayed at the hospital for physical rehabilitation. Royal physicians found that His Majesty […]Read More


New helmet laws introduced in Thailand as fatality rate soars

Public Health Ministry regions across the country yesterday were declared compulsory helmet-wearing zones to promote safety and reduce fatalities caused by motorcycle accidents, said Deputy Minister Pannasiri Kullanartsiri. The move is aimed at promoting the Decade of Action for Road Safety – from 2011 to 2020 – after reports indicated 11,000 people were killed in […]Read More