Marc Marquez has undergone successful surgery on his arm, after the Honda driver underwent a "complex" procedure.
The six-time MotoGP world champion announced a leave of absence at the Italian Grand Prix last weekend to confirm a fourth operation on his right humerus.
The Spaniard broke his arm during his home Grand Prix in 2020, ultimately curtailing the rest of his campaign, while a struggle for fitness has been an issue since his return in April 2021.
That has prompted the decision to go under the knife once more for a complicated operation in Minnesota, which has now been cleared as a success by the medical team.
"Today we had the opportunity to operate on the right humerus of Mr. Marc Marquez," Dr. Sanchez Sotelo said in a statement. "The procedure was completed in approximately three hours.
"Despite the complexity of the procedure, the final outcome was satisfactory. We would like to wish Mr. Marquez a swift recovery and a successful return to his professional career."
Marquez made his MotoGP debut in 2013 with Honda and promptly went on to win the first of his half-dozen world titles in his maiden campaign.
He will remain in Minnesota over the coming days for post-operative recovery before he returns home to Spain.