Argentine football star Diego Maradona didn’t burn-through liquor or unlawful opiates a long time before his passing, a post-mortem examination delivered on Wednesday said.
Maradona, who kicked the bucket in November matured 60, had taken seven unique meds to treat misery, tension and different afflictions however “there was no presence of [illegal] drugs,” a legal authority told the Reuters news office.
The dissection, which depended on blood and pee tests and delivered by the Buenos Aires Scientific Police, said Maradona had issues with his kidneys, heart and lungs.
The examination, which depended on blood and pee tests and delivered by the Buenos Aires Scientific Police, said Maradona had issues with his kidneys, heart and lungs [Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP]
Examiners are investigating different features of his passing that shook Argentina and the more extensive footballing world and have not precluded illegitimate demise.
The more itemized post-mortem affirmed the consequences of one did following his demise that said the previous Boca Juniors and Napoli player passed on from “intense aspiratory edema optional to exacerbated ongoing cardiovascular breakdown with expanded cardiomyopathy.”
In a furious main side at her dad’s faultfinders, Maradona’s little girl Gianinna said the examination showed “an outcome viable with cirrhosis of the liver”.
The charming 1986 World Cup champ, who was viewed as one of the best football players ever, had combat liquor and illicit drug use for a lot of his life.
An adjudicator last week decided that Maradona’s body can’t be unearthed or incinerated on the off chance that DNA is required sometime in the future for use in paternity or different cases.
Maradona has five perceived kids and six with filiation demands. They are essential for an intricate legacy measure under way in Argentina.