A new radiograph has confirmed that a baby in a pelvis suffered a serious injury, but it has been reported that he did not have a high risk of developing complications.
The newborn was taken to the hospital on Tuesday and treated by the paediatric surgical team at the hospital.
He has since recovered.
Doctors have not yet revealed the baby’s condition, but they have said the baby could have an extremely rare and serious injury.
Doctors are currently working to monitor the baby for further complications and the exact diagnosis.
The boy is in the hospital in a stable condition, and his parents are being supported by the medical team.
The news comes just days after the Italian football federation (FIGC) was criticised for not acting sooner to remove a player from the national squad due to his low risk of injury.
The player, Roberto Mancini, is now out of action for three months after undergoing surgery to repair a ruptured aorta.
The operation was reportedly performed at the Hospital of the University of Turin, where he is undergoing rehabilitation.
The player was playing in the Serie A with Udinese and the FIGC is responsible for all decisions regarding player transfers.