What happened to Dinesh Chandimal after he played for India in the World Cup?
The day after his Test debut against South Africa, the 25-year-old was sent to the Mumbai Medical College for a CT scan.
There he underwent a CT-scan and an MRI.
The results showed that Chandimal had a benign heart murmur and a left ventricular dissection, and that the damage to his right ventricle was severe.
A few hours later, Chandimal underwent a second CT scan and an angiogram, and the doctor reported the results as benign.
The India captain was flown to the Gwalior Medical College in Mumbai, where he was taken for a cardiac evaluation.
He was admitted on Tuesday morning and remained in the ICU until the afternoon.
A team of doctors was then called in to determine the cause of Chandimal’s heart murmour.
Chandimal is expected to make a full recovery.
India’s India team will fly to New Zealand on Thursday.