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Monday, December 13, 2021

JUST IN: Actor, Israel Matseke-Zulu's leg gets amputated at Sandton hospital after battling with gangrene

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that South African actor, Israel Matseke-Zulu's leg has been amputated at a hospital in Sandton, South Africa. (Read More Here).

Taking to social media, a popular South African blogger, M.M, revealed that Israel Matseke-Zulu's leg recently got cut off after battling with Gangrene for over four months. 

According to information, Israel Matseke-Zulu, is currently recovering after a successful surgery and his loved ones are with him. 

M.M wrote:

"It is reported that Israel Matseke-Zulu's leg has been amputated at a hospital in Sandton due to gangrene. 
Israel is said to be recovering and is with his loved ones."

Information about Gangrene from Mayoclinic:

"Gangrene is death of body tissue due to a lack of blood flow or a serious bacterial infection. Gangrene commonly affects the arms and legs, including the toes and fingers, but it can also occur in the muscles and in organs inside the body, such as the gallbladder.

"Your risk of gangrene is higher if you have an underlying condition that can damage your blood vessels and affect blood flow, such as diabetes or hardened arteries (atherosclerosis).

"Treatments for gangrene include surgery to restore blood flow and remove dead tissue, antibiotics if there is an infection, and hyperbaric oxygen therapy. The earlier gangrene is identified and treated, the better your chances for recovery." 

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