Van Persie was in agony after suffering the injury against Brazil
Netherlands striker Robin van Persie has been cleared to play in Tuesday's semi-final against Uruguay after a scan on his elbow showed no serious damage.
Van Persie injured his elbow during his side's 2-1 win over Brazil in the World Cup quarter-final on Friday.
Defender Joris Mathijsen has also been given the all clear, having suffered a knee injury during the warm-up.
"Neither scan on Van Persie or Mathijsen showed any serious damage," said a statement from the Dutch FA.
But Netherlands coach Bert van Marwijk will definitely be without midfielder Nigel De Jong and full-back Gregory van der Wiel, who are both suspended.
Mathijsen had been named in the Dutch starting line-up for Friday's match, but his place was taken by Ajax's former Blackburn Rovers centre-back Andre Oojer.
Arsenal star Van Persie played on after picking up his injury, before eventually being substituted with five minutes remaining.
Netherlands won the game after coming back from a goal down and face a Uruguay side that beat Ghana 4-2 on penalties after the game finished 1-1.
Highlights - Netherlands 2-1 Brazil