CT scan on Sharon shows his life is not in danger

Medical officials reported Monday that Prime Minister Ariel Sharon underwent a CT scan to determine the outcome of surgery on his skull last week. The scan revealed no change in his condition, which the hospital defines as "serious but stable," meaning that his life is not in immediate danger. A spokesman at Hadassah Hospital said only that he is scanned every two or three days as a routine part of his care. He would not comment further, Israel Radio reported.