Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was released from the hospital Wednesday after a possible infection and is “doing well,” according to a Supreme Court spokeswoman.

“Justice Ginsburg has been discharged from the hospital,” court spokeswoman Kathy Arberg said in a statement. "She is home and doing well.”

Ginsburg was admitted to the hospital Tuesday for a possible infection and was experiencing symptoms such as fever and chills. Arberg claimed Ginsburg had undergone a procedure "to clean out a bile duct stent that was placed last August."

Ginsburg, 87, has dealt with numerous health issues in recent years, surviving cancer four times. In May, she was hospitalized for a benign gallbladder condition, and participated in oral arguments from her hospital room during recovery.

In January 2019, Ginsburg missed oral arguments for the first time, after two cancerous nodules were removed from her left lung the prior month.

Ginsburg was first appointed to the Court in 1993 by President Bill Clinton. She has focused much of her legal career on issues such as gender equality and women’s rights. In 1980, she was nominated to a seat on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit by President Jimmy Carter.

The court remains in recess until October.