Zsa Zsa Gabor Rushed by Ambulance to UCLA Medical Center
A blood clot in the actress' left leg prompted emergency treatment Wednesday.
Zsa Zsa Gabor was rushed by ambulance to UCLA Medical Center Wednesday due to complications from hip replacement surgery last year that resulted in her right leg being amputated in January because of gangrene.
The 94-year-old actress' publicist, John Blanchette, confirmed to the Associated Press that Gabor was ordered by her doctors to seek immediate treatment after she experienced a blood clot in her left leg.
The wheelchair-bound Gabor, who is partially paralyzed from a 2002 car accident, has been hospitalized several times since last July's surgery, mostly for various infections and clots. Most recently, she was hospitalized again last month for a lung infection and then released from the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center on February 6, her 94th birthday.
The Hungarian actress' film career spans from the early 1950s, when she appeared in John Huston's Moulin Rouge in 1952, to her cameo in 1996's A Very Brady Sequel.
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