Ulman has successful surgery after suffering nosebleed

April 02, 2010|By Larry Carson | Baltimore Sun reporter

Howard County Executive Ken Ulman had successful surgery early Friday to cauterize what was termed "an arterial bleed in his septum," according to a statement from his spokesman, Kevin Enright.

Dr. Domenick Coletti performed the surgery, and Enright said Ulman was "alert and talking." The executive was expected to be released Saturday from Howard County General Hospital.

"The Ulmans truly appreciate the numerous calls, e-mails and well-wishes that have come their way during this time," Enright said. Ulman was taken to the hospital Thursday morning after he suffered a massive nosebleed in his office.

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