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Massimo Asolati
M.D.
  • Associate Professor
  • Intra-Abdominal Transplantation
  • Urology
Specialties
Liver Disorders, Liver Transplant, Kidney and Pancreas Transplant, Bile Duct Cancer
Board Certifications
  • Surgery - General Cert: American Board of Surgery
Publications

Acute Graft Dysfunction After Living-related Renal TransplantEllimoottil,C.; Brandt,W.; Bernardi,K.; Evans,A.; Mehta,V.; Picken,M. M.; Phelan,K.; Heinrich,L.; Milner,J.; Wai,P. Y.; Asolati,M.; Kuo,P. C.; Lu,A. D.Urology 2013 ; ( ):

'Prope' tolerance in a noncompliant living related small bowel transplant recipient after severe rejection.Asolati,M.; Testa,G.; Gangemi,A.; Sankary,H.; Oberholzer,J.; Benedetti,E.Transplantation 2007 ;83(1):77-79

Living related segmental bowel transplantation: from experimental to standardized procedure.Benedetti,E.; Holterman,M.; Asolati,M.; Di Domenico,S.; Oberholzer,J.; Sankary,H.; Abcarian,H.; Testa,G.Annals of Surgery 2006 ;244(5):694-699

Education
Medical School
  • University of Padua School of Medicine
Residency
  • University of Illinois at Chicago Medical Center, General Surgery
  • University of Padua, General Surgery
  • University of Padua, Thoracic Surgery
Fellowship
  • Baylor University Medical Center, Abdominal Transplant
  • University of Minnesota Hospital and Clinics, Surgery: Transplantation Surgery