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Marquez undergoes further operation on broken right arm

Marc Marquez has undergone further corrective surgery to his broken right arm, the Honda MotoGP outfit announced on Thursday evening. The Japanese manufacturer confirmed that the six-time premier class world champion had gone under the knife at the Ruber Internacional hospital in Madrid after suffering “pseudarthrosis of the right humerus”, a disease that prevents the healing process of a broken bone. Marquez’s surgery consisted of a replacement metal plate attached to his injured right humerus as well as a bone graft in order to try and aid the bone’s continual healing process, Honda admitting that specific shock wave treatment on the arm did not work. Honda revealed Marquez’s...
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