Hillary Clinton's medical tests on Sunday have been called "routine," but specific details about the procedures and their results have not been disclosed. On Feb. 3, 2013, she spent five hours undergoing what Clinton spokesman Philippe Reines called "a long-scheduled, routine follow-up," according to The Daily Telegraph.
Despite the length of Hillary Clinton's medical tests, Reines declined to disclose any details other than to say Clinton was in good condition.
The former first lady, senator and Secretary of State experienced health problems recently, beginning with a stomach virus that caused her to faint and hit her head in December 2012. Her fall resulted in a concussion and a blood clot in her head, which resulted in a hospital stay of several days. As a result of her illness, she was unable to participate in a Friends of the Syrian People meeting as scheduled during a trip to the Middle East, which she canceled.
After Hillary Clinton's medical tests over the weekend, her husband told New York Congressman Peter King that she was "doing much better," so at least that's good news.