Japan’s emperor has prostate biopsy as precaution | Inquirer News

Japan’s emperor has prostate biopsy as precaution

/ 02:46 PM November 28, 2022
Japan’s Emperor

The Emperor arrives at a hospital in Tokyo on Sunday morning. The Japan News/Asia News Network

TOKYO — The Emperor underwent a prostate biopsy at a hospital in Tokyo on Sunday.

The Emperor, 62, had an MRI on Nov. 6 and was diagnosed with an enlarged prostate. However, there were said to be no findings of particular concern, and the biopsy was performed as a precaution.

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The Emperor arrived at the hospital by car before 9 a.m. He opened a window and bowed to people along the road.

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