Marc Marquez has undergone a new operation on his right arm as a result of the slow healing of the humerus bone, which has not improved with specific shock wave treatment.
Today the rider has undergone surgery at the Hospital Ruber Internacional, in Madrid, for a pseudarthrosis of the right humerus.
The surgery, carried out by a team made up of doctors Samuel Antuña, Ignacio Roger de Oña, Juan de Miguel, Aitor Ibarzabal.
And Andrea Garcia Villanueva consisted of the removal of the previous plate and the placement of a new plate. With the addition of an iliac crest bone graft with a corticoperiosteal free flap.
The surgical procedure lasted for eight hours and was uneventful.
Marc Marquez’s post-operative clinical situation has been deemed satisfactory by his medical team at the Hospital Ruber Internacional, in Madrid.
However, the cultures obtained during the pseudarthrosis surgery have confirmed that there was a previous infection in the fracture. Which will see Marquez undergo specific antibiotic treatment in the coming weeks.
Marquez will remain at the Hospital Ruber Internacional, in Madrid.