Diverticulosis and diverticulitis: how to prevent complications

Written by: Dott. Marco Scatizzi
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Edited by: Jennifer Verta

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By Dott. Marco Scatizzi
Surgery

Dr. Marco Scatizzi is an expert in General Surgery in Florence.
Graduated in Surgery and Medicine at the University of Florence in 1985 and specialized in General Surgery in the same University in 1990, he never stopped updating himself following First Specialization Courses in Basic and Advanced Robotic Surgery.
He began his medical activity in 1990 as Medical Assistant Surgeon at the ASL of Prato, soon moving to roles of greater responsibility as Director of the Department of Surgery and Director of the UOC of General Surgery and Oncology at the ASL of Prato . He is a founding member of the PeriOperative Italian Society (POIS) and a member of many medical associations including the Association of Italian Hospital Surgeons, the European Association of Endoscopic Surgeons and the Italian Society of Oncological Surgery.
He has performed more than 6,000 operations of Digestive Oncological Surgery and Advanced Laparoscopy, in particular for the treatment of bowel and stomach tumors, intestinal diverticula, inguinal hernias, gallbladder stones and anal diseases.
He is currently Director of the Complex Operative Unit of General Surgery at the S. Maria Annunziata Hospital in Florence, where he also practices freelance.

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