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Antonio De Tommasi

Antonio De Tommasi

Director
University of Bari Aldo Moro Company
Italy

Biography

Professor of Neurosurgery in the Updating Course supported by the University of Bari and the Apulia Region “Patient Management: Interrelation between Medical Physicians and Healthcare givers,” University Hospital of Bari, Italy SURGICAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE Performed over 4,500 neurosurgical operations of the following types: -cranial traumas (950) -spinal cord traumas (500) -benign and malignant endocranial tumours (1100) -benign and malignant spinal cord tumours (400) -hemorrhagic vascular pathologies (400) -cerebral abcesses (60) -cerebral and spinal parasitosis (30) -pediatric neurosurgery (300) -functional neurosurgery (50) -cervical, dorsal, lumbar disk hernias and degenerative diseases (900) MAIN RESEARCH AND SCIENTIFIC SKILLS RESEARCH PROJECT FUNDS INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL REFEREE MAIN CONGRESS PARTICIPATION MAIN PUBLICATIONS MAIN PUBLICATION RECOGNITION AWARD

Research Interest

Cranio-spinal neurotraumatology with clinical and experimental research in traumatic patients. Spinal neurosurgery in degenerative diseases with decompression and stabilization as well as reconstructive techniques. Oncological neurosurgery (cerebral and medullary) with anatomo-pathological and genetic studies. Vascular neurosurgery in the treatment of vascular malformations and haemorrhages. Neurosurgery in cerebral and spinal parasitosis. Pediatric neurosurgery with studies in the treatment of childhood malformations, tumours and vascular pathologies of the brain and spine. Functional neurosurgery with the application of beta-ray sources and the Argon laser in stereotactic therapy of degenerative, vascular and tumour pathologies.