Jimmy Carter, the oldest living former president, was recovering and remained hospitalized Tuesday after brain surgery that morning "to relieve pressure on his brain" following bleeding caused by a series of falls, his office said.
Reverend Tony Lowden, Carter's pastor, said the ex-president was admitted to hospital on what he described as "a rough day".
Despite his recent injuries, Carter has maintained a busy schedule, making public appearances and building houses with Habitat for Humanity as part of the Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project. The Carter Center said the pressure in his brain was due to bleeding from "his recent falls".
Former President Jimmy Carter, seen here earlier this month in Georgia, was hospitalized Monday.
He and his wife founded the Carter Center in 1982 to carry on their worldwide and humanitarian work.
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He received his first radiation treatment at age 90.
The church confirmed Carter will not be teaching his Sunday school class this week. He also regularly teaches Sunday school at Maranatha Baptist Church in his hometown in southwest Georgia.
CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus said that the procedure is normally quick. Referring to his cancer diagnosis, Carter said he assumed he'd die quickly after finding out the extent of his illness. I didn't ask let God to let me live, but I just asked God to give me a proper attitude toward death. "I have, since that time, been absolutely confident that my Christian faith includes complete confidence in life after death".
On his 95th birthday on October 1, Carter became the oldest living former US president-a title formerly held by George H.W. Bush, who died at the age of 94 previous year.