Argentine President Cristina Fernandez has been cleared to return to work a month after undergoing surgery for a cerebrovascular injury, officials said Saturday.

Due to the "satisfactory results" from tests conducted Friday, Fernandez was given the medical clearance, presidential spokesman Alfredo Scoccimarro said, citing the medical report from the hospital where she underwent the surgery.

Despite the medical clearance, Fernandez is still prohibited from flying for at least another 30 days, the Favaloro Foundation University Hospital said.

Fernandez will undergo a cardiological exam this weekend and then a determination of her workload will be made on Monday.

The president underwent surgery due to the deterioration of a subdural hematoma in her skull, suffered when she fell down and hit her head in August. EFE