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Claudio Spinelli

Claudio Spinelli Claudio Spinelli Professor University of Pisa Italy

Professor Claudio Spinelli was born on January 26th 1953, Follonica (Grosseto). Currently he is working at Department of Surgical, Medical, Molecular Pathology and Critical Care University of Pisa. He completed his bachelor’s degree at University of Pisa Medical School 25-10-1979 Final grade: 110/110 cum lode postgraduate degree in General Surgery in the year 1984, University of Pisa. Pediatric General Surgery,1989, University of Bologna, and Urology, 1994, University of Pisa. His professional experiences areResidency in General Surgery –University of Pisa in the year 1979, Surgical Internship in the year 1985,Straight Surgical Internship in the year 1987,Assistant Medical Directorin the year 1993 and Associate Professor in the year 2002 –Pediatric General Surgery -ACADEMIC TEACHING LESSONS Pediatric General Surgery and General Surgery teaching lessons at Medical School; Pediatric Nursing School ; Obstetrician School and Pediatrics, General Surgery , Emergency Surgery Resident. Academic teaching lessons at “Scuola Normale Superiore -Sant’Anna” di Pisa He has 503 publications (6 monographs) He did his internship in Pediatric Surgery of Nice (Lenval), France. Pediatric Surgery Hospital “Bambin Gesù”, Rome, Italy

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gastro-intestinal, thoracic, endocrine, uro-andrological diseases, diseases; abdominal wall defect (both in children and adults).

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Habitual Joint Dislocations and Recurrent Multiple Hernias: An UnusualConnective Tissue Disease?
Claudio Spinelli, Jessica Piscioneri, Leonardo Rossi, Silvia Strambi and Concetta Liloia
Case Report: J Clin Case Rep 2015, 5: 563
DOI: 10.4172/2165-7920.1000563
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