Marco Matteoli

Marco Matteoli
Sapienza University of Rome | la sapienza · Department of Radiological, Oncological and Pathological Sciences

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Introduction
Marco Matteoli currently works at the Department of Radiological, Oncological and Pathological Sciences, Sapienza University of Rome. Marco does research in Pre-hospital Care, Primary Care and Radiology. Their current project is 'Radiogical analysis of IPV (intimate partner violence) injuries in emergency department'.
Additional affiliations
January 2009 - present
Sant´Andrea Hospital
Position
  • Medical Doctor
Education
May 2010 - May 2015
Sapienza University of Rome
Field of study
  • Radiology and Interventional Radiology
October 2006 - April 2010
Sapienza University of Rome
Field of study
  • Emergency Medicine

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Publications (30)
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Background: Intimate partner violence (IPV) is the most frequent type of violence against women. We compared clinical and radiological IPV characteristics to stranger assault (SA). Methods: We retrospectively identified 123 women with IPV from court reports and matched them to 124 SA. Clinical and radiological characteristics were evaluated by test...
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Abdominal pain is among the most frequent causes of hospital admission. Celiac artery compression syndrome (CACS), also known as Dunbar Syndrome is a rare cause of abdominal pain and weight loss, sometimes associated with nausea and vomiting. In this report we present a case of Dunbar syndrome in an elderly patient. The diagnosis was made with CT-a...
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Purpose: Blunt traumatic chylothorax could be distinguished in CT (Computer Tomography) scan as low attenuated fluid, due to chylomicrons inside, however blood intermixture in chylous effusion could make densitomery higher and hide chylothorax, due to the possible presence of an underlying hemothorax. The objective of the study is to demonstrate th...
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Programmi di post-processing nell'analisi delle lesioni da arma da fuoco e della balistica dei proiettili Obiettivi Didattici: Analizzare i vari tipi di algoritmi TC di post-ricostruzione come ausilio diagnostico nella valutazione delle lesioni da arma da fuoco e della balistica dei proiettili Introduzione: Le lesioni da arma da fuoco sono distinte...
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La valutazione radiologica delle lesioni da violenza domestica in una coorte italiana di donne. Settore Scientifico Radiologia d'Urgenza ed Emergenza Scopo: Lo scopo del lavoro è trovare i segni radiologici maggiormente specifici di lesioni da violenza domestica ed illustrare il ruolo del radiologo nell'identificazione delle lesioni occulte, contin...
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PURPOSE/AIM The purpose of this exhibit is to review the "in vivo" applications of CT conventional and unconventional post processing softwares to evaluate injuries and terminal ballistic of bullets in firefights and to identify the most useful application in clinical and forensic practice. CONTENT ORGANIZATION -Utility of ballisitic analysis in f...
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Homeless persons suffer of a range of medical conditions due to them life style, and face many challenges in accessing and utilizing public health services. The aim of the study is to demonstrate the utility of a travelling health care for homeless and to find the most usefull health skills necessary to voluntary physician. A retrospective cross-se...
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In this paper, we used a software commonly applied in the field of radiation therapy, to identify the spatial po-sition of the target volume of the tumors, to define with accuracy the spatial position of a bullet, and its intra-cranial route. We report a case of intra-cranial bullet's finding, in which after reconstructions, it was possible to defi...
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Acute aortic occlusion is a rare and catastrophic pathology with high mortality even after revascularization. Literature describes cases of acute aortic-iliac thrombosis due to cardiac emboli arising from left ventricle, but, so far, only few cases have been described about acute aortic iliac thrombosis due to a floating thrombus in descending aort...
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Clinical History A 70-year-old man was admitted to our department with a 4-month history of intermittent abdominal discomfort. Physical examination revealed a palpable mass in the left side of abdomen. Imaging Findings Abdominal computed tomography (CT) images show a large calcified mass (19x16 cm in size) in the left retroperitoneal space, contain...
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The use of programs of post-processing of MDCT (Multi Detectors Computed Tomography) images as an aid to the radiologist for identification of the angle of shot of bullets has been previously described, however, to the best of our knowledge, the uses of programs in the identification of both terminal and external ballistic of projectile have never...
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Percutaneous vertebroplasty (PV) has been established with wide clinical acceptance for the treatment of symptomatic osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures, metastatic disease and MM of the spine despite higher risk of symptomatic cement leakage, mainly due to osteolytic destruction of cortical bone. Radio frequency ablation (RFA) in spinal m...
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Majority of chilous leakage are caused to malignancy or iatrogenic trauma, and only 2.6% of chylothorax has a traumatic non-iatrogenic etiology, particularly, blunt chest trauma is a rare cause of chylothorax, and it is mostly associated with vertebral fracture. In our paper, we propose a radiological anatomy of chylous structures and pathophisiolo...
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The use of stents in patients with benign biliary obstruction is extensively studied in the literature. Although metal stents are associated with longer patency, the cost is significantly higher than the cost of plastic stents. To compare clinical outcomes and costeffectiveness of metal and plastic stents for benign biliary obstruction and biliary...
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Several lines of evidence suggest intimate partner violence (IPV) as one of the most important cause of violence against women. Focusing on the role of the radiologist in studying IPV in a cohort of Italian women, the purpose of this work is to describe some variables, such as locations and radiological pattern of injury in IPV, comparing them with...
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Dear Editor, We would like to thank the authors of the interesting letter commenting on our recent pictorial review on benign biliary stenoses, biliary leaks and fistulas. We agree with the authors that the use of biodegrad-able stents may indeed be a potentially promising option for the treatment of benign biliary stenoses; however there are no se...
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Clinical History A 45-year-old male patient presented with a sudden onset of epigastric pain and progressive asthenia. He was quite pale, tachycardic (HF 126 bpm), normocitic and normochromic anemia (Hb 7g/dl, MCV 80fl), serum amylase 180 IU/l. Alcohol intake 5-6U/day for 20 years. Smoker (30PY). A digital rectal examination revealed melena. Imagin...
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Clinical History A 27-year-old woman presented with a slowly enlarging painless swelling at the tip of the tongue. She was in good health, had history of local traumas and no familial history of malignancy. Intraoral examination revealed a well-demarcated, soft/elastic, spherical mass, in the left paramedian site of the tip of the tongue. Imaging F...
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Background: Benign biliary postoperative stenoses and biliary leaks and fistulas usually occur due to injury after laparoscopic cholecystectomy, gastric or hepatic resection, bilio-enteric anastomoses and after liver transplantation. In most of the cases a new surgical intervention is not possible and the percutaneous trans-hepatic approach is of...
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Ruolo della diagnostica per immagini nelle strategie contro la violenza di genere nel dipartimento di emergenza Poster No. PD-13/20 Tipo ePoster Didattico Parole Chiave Violenza di genere, TC, Emergenza, Violenza domestica, Radiologia fornense Settore Scientifico Radiologia d'Urgenza ed Emergenza Obiettivi Didattici: Scopo di questo lavoro è attiva...
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We are describing a case of acute prosthetic valve thrombosis, presented in emergency department with clinical findings of pulmonary embolism. This case, underlines the best diagnostic accuracy of the chest CT scan, comparison to the trans thoracic echocardiogram for the differential diagnosis.
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Aim: Aim of the study was to evaluate the operative time and the incidence of post-operative complications in a group of patients undergoing Lichtenstein inguinal hernia repair performed either by surgical residents or senior surgeons in a day-surgery setting. Patients and methods: The study population consisted of 198 patients: group I (n=102),...

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