Prime Minister Sharon in late December, a week before he suffered a massive stroke (file photo) (epa)
9 February 2006 -- Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, comatose since suffering a massive stroke last month, has undergone a computer scan of his brain.
A statement from the Jerusalem hospital where Sharon is being treated said there was no change in Sharon's condition. The statement described the condition as "serious and stable."
About three weeks ago, doctors began to try to revive Sharon from an artificially induced coma following the stroke, but attempts to wake him have not succeeded.