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Andrea Cei


Dr. Andrea Cei graduated in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Pisa in 1977 and specialized in General Surgery at the same university in 1987. From 1981, he held the position of Internal Physician at the Surgical Clinic of the University of Pisa, where, from 1984, he served as an Assistant and subsequently, from 1987, as an Assistant in General and Vascular Surgery.

In October 1989, he enrolled in the two-year course in colon-proctology at the Hopital Saint-Margerite in Marseille under the direction of Prof. Jean-Claude Sarles, obtaining the University Diploma in colon-proctology. During the same period, he participated in various lectures, seminars, and surgical sessions, gaining specific experience in the field.

In the following 2 years, he participated in proctology surgical sessions at Hopital Leopold Bellan in Paris and at Hopital Cantonal Policlinique de Chirurgie in Geneva for further knowledge of proctological pathology.

Since 1982, he has also been dedicated to digestive endoscopy, performing both esophagogastroduodenoscopies and colonoscopies; he has gained experience in both the diagnosis and treatment of benign, preneoplastic, and neoplastic diseases of the upper digestive tract and the large intestine.

From December 1998 to September 2007, he was Head of Department at Casa di Cura S. Camillo in Forte dei Marmi (LU), carrying out, as the responsible surgeon, general surgery procedures.

Areas of expertise: gastroenterology consultations, proctological examinations, anoscopies, rectosigmoidoscopies, diagnostic and operative colonoscopies and esophagogastroduodenoscopies, medical and surgical treatment of proctological pathologies (hemorrhoids, fissures, abscesses, anal fistulas, anal stenosis), and hernia repair surgeries.

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