According to reports, Borthwick-Jackson was treated by medical departments from both clubs, such was the concern after the incident.
Scunthorpe boss Stuart McCall went onto the field to check on the defender.
Borthwick-Jackson is on a season-long loan at Glanford Park after spells at Wolves and Leeds.
He has made 14 first-team appearances for United as well as 10 Premier League matches.
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