At first, I was very surprised to read the statement that the team of Fernando Alonso about his hit-and-run on a bicycle in Switzerland because there was no clear diagnosis of the injuries the rider had suffered in the accident. They said they were waiting for more tests on Friday morning, and that is something that indicated that there is nothing serious or important, simply that what Alonso may have is not seen in a normal x-ray and they wanted to do more tests such as an MRI or a CT scan.
Later, the prognosis was clarified with the information that arrived that the blow took him on the jaw and teeth. In the case of a mandibular fracture, as it seems, they would do more tests because they want to see well if there is displacement or not and, if necessary, put a plate on it. Because if it really is a clean fracture, there should be no further testing. Either way, whatever it is, it’s not a major injury. So it can be said, almost with complete certainty, that he could be without any problems in the preseason tests in Bahrain.
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