Dr.
Massimiliano Timpano

Urologist

He graduated in Medicine and Surgery in 2003 at the University of Turin with 110/110 cum laude and press dignity, with a thesis in urology, entitled "Azoospermia: new management protocols and experimental contribution."
He specialized in Urology in 2008, with 70/70 cum laude, with a thesis entitled: "Analysis and management of complications in the surgery of Gender Identity Disorder".
He works at the S.C.U. 2 Urology, Ospedale Maggiore San Giovanni Battista - Molinette of Turin since 2009.
He teaches at the University Master in Andrology, directed by Dr. Luigi Rolle at the University of Turin.
He is member of the Andrology Unit of the Urological Clinic of Ospedale Maggiore San Giovanni Battista - Molinette of Turin.
He is a member of C.I.D.I.Ge.M. (Center for Gender Identity Disorders - Molinette Hospital), of to the Urological Clinic of Ospedale Maggiore San Giovanni Battista - Molinette of Turin.
He is a teacher at the School of Clinical Sexology of Turin.
He plays supplementary teaching in urology at the Course of Bachelor in Technical Diagnostic Imaging, Radiology and Radiotherapy in Torino, and in the course of Bachelor of Nursing in Ivrea (TO).
His clinical activity deals mainly with andrology, particularly with the diseases of the penis (erectile dysfunction, Peyronie, congenital malformations), sexual dysfunctions, male infertility and sperm retrieval techniques (percutaneous and surgical), andrological oncology (cancer of the testis, penis, prostate) and in microsurgical techniques applied aurochs-andrology (microsurgical testicular removal of non-palpable lesions, microsurgical sperm retrieval - micro-expanded, microsurgical recanalization of the vas deferens).
He participates in numerous national and international congresses and authored many scientific publications in national and international journals, also available online.

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Massimiliano Timpano

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