Torres, a second half substitution, crashed into Deport substitute Alex Bergantinos as they both went to head the ball in the 85th moment of the 1-1 stalemate at the Riazor.
The former Liverpool and Chelsea frontman then slammed intensely to the turf, with his head clacking against the ground.
With players from both sides seeming exceptionally worried by what they had seen, restorative staff surged over and Torres, who at any rate at first appeared to be oblivious, was in this manner removed the pitch on a stretcher.
An Atletico tweet on Thursday evening, which said Torres was “steady, cognizant and clear”, had affirmed there was sure news about the 32-year-old after he experienced tests and therefore spent the night at a nearby clinic.
On Friday morning a refreshed articulation on the club’s legitimate site read: “The forward, who is steady, spent a decent night (in doctor’s facility) and will experience a MRI in the following hours to affirm he is certainly alright.”
Without further ado a while later Atletico tweeted: ” Great news! Fernando @Torres has as of now been released and has left the hospital.”
A further club proclamation read: “The Rojiblanco striker has experienced a cervical attractive reverberation and has left the healing center toward the beginning of today. Fernando should rest (from) games for 48 hours.
“Fernando Torres has no adjustments or traumatic wounds after the hit to the head that he endured on Thursday in Riazor, as decided at first by the cranial and cervical CT that was submitted to the Rojiblanco striker yesterday.
“In the wake of spending the night in perception, Fernando Torres has left at the beginning of today the clinic of La Coruna.”
On Thursday night Torres posted a message on his official Twitter account which read: “Thank all of you for stressing over me and for your messages of support. It’s quite recently been a terrify. I would like to return soon!”
Atletico’s underlying Thursday morning proclamation additionally uncovered that Bergantinos and Depor administrator Pepe Mel had gone by Torres.
Diego Simeone’s side had fallen behind in the 13th minute when Florin Andone opened in, before Antoine Griezmann leveled with a breathtaking 68th-minute strike.
Atletico supervisor Simeone said in his post-coordinate public interview: “Stressed, nervous….those are the emotions after he endured such a substantial blow.
“We heard the blow from the seat, we perceived how he fell and we were perplexed. We didn’t know whether that clamor was Fernando’s neck or not.
“They are lamentable circumstances that occur in matches and we’re seeking after the best for Fernando.”