Paola Cesaro

Title: MD
Position: Head of Simple Unit of Gastroenterology and Oncologic Endoscopy
Organization: The Service of Gastroenterology and Digestive Endoscopy of the Brescia-based Fondazione Poliambulanza
Country: Italy

– Academic year 1994/1995 – Diploma of Classical Maturity obtained

at the Liceo ginnasio P. Giannone high school in Caserta.

– October 27, 2003 – Degree in Medicine and Surgery at the Universita’

Cattolica del S.Cuore of Rome.

– November 2003 – Licensed to practice medicine.

– 10/02/2004 – Registration in the Register of Physicians-Surgeons of the Medical Association of

Rome, with order number 53144.

– October 25, 2007 – Specialization in Gastroenterology at the Universita’

Cattolica del S.Cuore of Rome with a grade of 50 out of 50 and cum laude.

– Academic year 2007-2008 Level II Master’s Degree in Digestive Endoscopy.

Operative, U.O. Digestive Endoscopy, Agostino Gemelli Polyclinic,

Rome (Director: Prof. G. Costamagna).

– Academic year 2014-2015 he received his PhD in.

Operative Digestive Endoscopy, U.O. Digestive Endoscopy of the Policlinico

Agostino Gemelli, Rome (Director: Prof. G. Costamagna).From 1996 to 1999

he served as an assistant at the Digestive Endoscopy Service

directed by Prof. Guido Costamagna, Policlinico Agostino Gemelli, University

Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Rome.

– 1999-2007 – Clinical activity at the Institute of Internal Medicine and

Geriatrics, Section of Gastroenterology, devoting himself to the following

activities:

– Assistive activity in inpatient wards;

– Assistive activity at the digestive endoscopy service of the

A. Gemelli Polyclinic;

– outpatient visits;

– gastroenterological consultations;

– 2007-2009 Professional collaboration at the Service of

Digestive Endoscopy at the Nuova Itor Clinic, located in Rome at Via

Pietralata, 162.

– 2008 Professional collaboration with the Santa Famiglia Clinic, located in

Rome in Via dei Gracchi 134, 00192 as Head of the

Digestive Endoscopy Service.

– 2008 Specialist gastroenterological examinations at the Outpatient Clinics

doctors of the dellEni offices in Rome, located respectively in Via Laurentina

and in Piazzale Mattei, respectively.

– 2009-2010 Substitutions for outpatient specialist at the ASLs

of Rome

– From 2008 to May 2013 clinical activities at the Operating Unit of

Digestive Endoscopy of the Policlinico A. Gemelli of Prof. G.

Costamagna, devoting himself to the following activities:

– Assistive activity in the inpatient ward;

– Assistive activity at the Digestive Endoscopy Service of the

A. Gemelli Polyclinic;

– outpatient visits;

– teaching activities at theEETC (European Endoscopy Training

Centre);

– September 2011: attendance at the Digestive Endoscopy Service

of the University of Mainz (Germany) (Director: Ralf Kiesslic, Leiter der

interdisziplinären Endoskopie I. Med. Klinik Universitätsmedizin

Langenbeckstr. 1 55101 Mainz)

CLINICAL ACTIVITIES

– From June 2013 to present Head of Simple Unit of.

Gastroenterology and Oncologic Endoscopy at the Service of

Gastroenterology and Digestive Endoscopy of the Fondazione

Poliambulanza of Brescia devoting himself to the following activities:

– nursing activities at the Digestive Endoscopy Service;

– outpatient visits;

– endoscopic on-call;

– regional JRC screening program.

– April 2015: Training to learn the technique of dissection

endoscopic dissection (ESD) in the colorectum at the endoscopy center of

Prof N. Yahaghi, Keio University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan

– Endoscopic experience:

▪ Esophagogastroduodenoscopy

▪ Treatment of upper tract digestive bleeding

varicose and non-varicose

▪ Extraction of foreign bodies

▪ Placement of percutaneous gastrostostomy

▪ Placement of upper digestive tract endoprostheses

▪ Endoscopic treatment of neoplastic lesions of the

upper digestive tract: polypectomy, mucosectomy,

endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD) of the tract

upper digestive tract and full-thickness resection (FTRD).

▪ Colonoscopy

▪ Endoscopic treatment of neoplastic lesions of the

lower digestive tract: polypectomy, mucosectomy,

endosopic submucosal dissection (ESD) of the colon and

full-thickness resection (FTRD).

▪ Tattooing of upper and lower digestive tract lesions.

▪ Treatment of digestive bleeding of the colon

▪ Placement of colonic endoprostheses.

▪ Enteroscopy push

▪ Enteroscopy with videocapsule

▪ Colonoscopy with videocapsule

▪ Urgent endoscopy (injection hemostasis techniques,

thermal contact and “contact-free,” clip placement,

ligation of esophageal varices)

▪ Intraoperative endoscopy

▪ Radiofrequency treatment of Barrett’s esophagus.

(BarrX)

– Clinical experience: management and treatment of patient with pathology

of the gastrointestinal system in outpatient, day-hospital and

inpatient care.