Zsa Zsa Gabor Readmitted to Hospital for "Massive Blood Clot"
Paramedics rushed to the Beverly Hills mansion of Zsa Zsa Gabor Friday morning, after the ailing actress's private physician found a "massive blog clot," TMZ.com reports. The actress was then transported to UCLA Medical Center where she is receiving treatment.
Gabor's husband, Prince Frederic von Anhalt, told TMZ that the actress had a "bad infection" in her right leg and "no blood flowing" in her left leg.
It was reported that Gabor complained about pain and swelling in her legs this morning and called in her private physician for a house call. When the doctor arrived he found what appeared to be a "massive blood clot" and called 911.
Gabor's trip to the hospital on Friday is her fourth visit in recent months. In late August, she was found unresponsive at home and rushed to the hospital. Earlier that same month, the 93-year-old underwent surgery to remove blood clots. After the surgery, a priest read Gabor her last rites--but she made a recovery and was released.
The actress broke her hip in a July 17 fall at her home in Bel-Air, California. The actress's condition began to deteriorate after hip replacement surgery a few days later, and she remained hospitalized for the following three weeks.
Gabor has been partially paralyzed since a 2002 car accident and had a stroke five years ago. Her publicist, John Blanchette, describes her as "pretty much bedridden and wheelchair-bound for the last eight years."