Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Marc Márquez is discharged, but is doubtful for Cheste

The Spanish rider Marc Marquez (Suter) has received a medical discharge in the USP Institut Universitari Dexeus, on completion of medical tests that have been practiced for the past two days after his arrival in Sepang, where last weekend was played on Malaysian Grand Prix.

Catalan, who could not compete in Malaysia due to the sharp drop suffered in Friday's first free practice and that caused vision problems, you still need to rest and is doubtful for the final event of the year at Valencia.

Arriving on Monday in Barcelona, ​​he moved to the hospital to be examined by doctors and Angel Charte Xavier Mir. The doctors underwent a thorough examination and testing for image, kept under observation for 48 hours under medical treatment.

Dr. Mir, Head of the Surgery of the Hand of USP Dexeus, said ilerdense injuries. "Marc Marquez has a left shoulder injury, an incised wound on the chin and second degree burns on his right knee, so we started with the cures for skin regenerating go," he said.

While Dr. Charte, Chief, Department of Medicine, emphasized vision problems. "In Malaysia also suffered an episode of blurred vision and image distortion. We put Marc to a series of diagnostic tests have shown that suffers periorbital edema that produces a sequential vertical diplopia (double vision), and dismisses any other type of injury.'s following this treatment to correct impaired vision and his condition improved, "he said.

Your participation in the Grand Prix of Valencia, to be held on 4, 5 and 6 November, will be decided in the coming days, depending on their evolution.


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