Division of Digestive Surgery

 Clinical Activities

Surgical Oncology B is a highly specialized Division devoted to treating patients suffering from tumors of the abdominal cavity, in synergy with the Departments of Medical Oncology, Radiotherapy and Nuclear Medicine.
We offer surgical treatments with the highest quality standards on a European level for cancers of the entire digestive system, including the liver, pancreas, biliary tract, peritoneum and retroperitoneum.
Special attention is paid to the Sick suffering from: Carcinosis Peritoneal through staging and typing of disease in videolaparoscopy and integrated treatment peritonectomy in combination with hyperthermic antiblastic perfusion of the abdominal cavity.
Liver metastases, with minor and major liver resections in combination with systemic chemotherapy and radiofrequency treatments.
Surgical and healthcare activities are carried out by highly specialized medical staff.

 Clinical Diagnostic Pathway

Surgical treatments for the following types of tumors :
• Esophagus
• Stomach
• Duodenum, Pancreas, Biliary VV
• Soft
• Colon - Rectum
• Carcinosis peritoneal
• Gastrointestinal stromal tumors
• Retroperitoneal Sarcomas

The minimally invasive approach, videolaparoscopy, is preferred in all possible cases.

The Unit specialises in performing the following treatments:
• Integrated Treatment of stomach cancer
• Treatment of Peritoneal Carcinosis Integrated with peritonectomy associated with hyperthermic antiblastic perfusion of the abdominal cavity.
• Neoplastic ascites treatment is not otherwise treatable with hyperthermic antiblastic perfusion with minimally invasive access via videolaparoscopy.

 Collaborators

Secretariat:
Tel. 06 52662337/6
 
Secretariat of Hospital Ward:
From 08.00 to 15.00 on Monday and Friday

Tel. 06 52662337/6  Fax 06 52662338 

 Medical Visits/Exams

Surgical treatment of the following types of tumors:

• Esophagus
• Stomach
• Colon - Rectum
• Liver
• Pancreas
• Biliary tract
• Gastrointestinal stromal tumors
• Retroperitoneal Sarcomas
• Adrenal
The minimally invasive approach, videolaparoscopy, is preferred in all possible cases..

The Unit’s specialties:
- Treatment of Peritoneal Carcinosis Integrated with peritonectomy associated with hyperthermic antiblastic perfusion of the abdominal cavity.
- Treatment of neoplastic ascites not otherwise treatable with hyperthermic antiblastic perfusion with minimally invasive access via videolaparoscopy
- Integrated treatment of liver metastases.

 Where/How to gain access to the Division

The Division of Digestive Surgery in Oncology provides consulting services for patients suffering from digestive cancers every morning from Mondays to Fridays, from 8.30 to 12.00.


Follow-ups are constantly carried out in all of our treated patients.
For urgent or special cases please contact us directly at the following numbers:
Secretariat: Tel. 06 52662336
Department: Tel. 06 52666884 - Fax 06 52662338

Inpatient admissions
All admissions are programmed. Almost all patients undergoing surgery are evaluated by the clinical and anesthetic perspective during pre-admission care pathways, which shortens hospital stay, and avoids long waiting lists.