Monday was the first time Ginsburg, the oldest member of the nine-justice court, has missed oral arguments as a result of her various health scares, including two previous cancer diagnoses.
Justice Ginsburg is now a three-time cancer survivor, and according to the American Lung Association, most patients are back to their usual lifestyles within a month after a lobectomy.
Ginsburg was working from home and reading transcripts of the oral arguments, according to a court spokeswoman and Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. "Post-surgery evaluation indicates no evidence of remaining disease, and no further treatment is required", the Court released Friday afternoon. Earlier this week, she missed oral arguments for two days at the Supreme Court, the first time she has missed courtroom arguments in her 25 years on the court.
The nodules were found after Ginsburg fell, breaking three ribs, in November.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg during a talk with Georgetown University law students in Washington.
President Donald Trump speaks to media before departing the White House en route to the U.S. -Mexico border in McAllen, Texas, on January 10, 2019.
The Supreme Court's Public Information Office announced on December 21 that Ginsburg "underwent a pulmonary lobectomy" in New York City. "She's barely two weeks out", Dr. Raja Flores, chief of the division of thoracic surgery at Mount Sinai Hospital in NY, told CNBC.
The necklace reportedly landed in Ginsburg's famous collar collection after she received it in the VIP gift bag at Glamour magazine's "Women of the Year" gala that year. She is expected to work on cases from home next week before returning to the Supreme Court.
She has otherwise said that she "will do this job as long as [she] can do it full steam".
Ginsburg, 85, showed the necklace to Katie Couric in a 2014 interview and told her she had deemed it her dissenting collar because, "It looks fitting for dissents".
'Glad to see you are feeling great, ' President Trump told her at an event for the late Justice Antonin Scalia. I don't want to traffic in hyperbole and it's certain that much of Justice Ginsburg's medical resilience can be attributed to an excellent medical team.
The White House has told allies at the Judicial Crisis Network and the Federalist Society to ready for another potential hard confirmation battle, Politico reports in an article relying on unnamed sources.