Wednesday, November 17, 1999
Archbishop out of hospital
A day after checking in for chest pains, the Most Rev. Daniel E. Pilarczyk, archbishop of Cincinnati, left a hospital in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday to attend the National Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Doctors at Georgetown University Hospital found no new blockages in Archbishop Pilarczyk's arteries, said Dan Andriacco, a spokesman for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati.
Blockages in two arteries have forced Archbishop Pilarczyk, 65, into the hospital five times previously this year. He has undergone four angioplasties this year to clear clogged arteries. He underwent radiation therapy last week.
Doctors told Archbishop Pilarczyk on Monday that his chest pains may have resulted from loss of blood during an earlier operation to clear blockages. The archbishop has been returning to work quickly after his recent hospitalizations.
In July 1988, Archbishop Pilarczyk collapsed during a vacation in Gatlinburg, Tenn., after suffering a ruptured artery in his brain. Neurosurgeons sealed off the aneurysm, and the archbishop returned to work two months later.
Archbishop Pilarczyk, born in Dayton, was appointed archbishop of Cincinnati in 1982, replacing the late Cardinal Joseph Bernardin. The archdiocese includes 19 southwestern and western Ohio counties.
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