Dr. Vincenzo Della Corte is a neurosurgeon at Casa di Cura La Madonnina.
In 1972, he graduated from the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Padua, thus obtaining in 1976 a diploma in Neurosurgery from the School of Specialization in Neurosurgery of the University of Padua.
In 1972, he received the position of attending physician at the Institute of Neurosurgery of the University of Padua, and in the fall of 1973 he was appointed assistant neurosurgeon at the same institute. He retained this qualification first as a freelance teacher, and then as a full-time teacher from the spring of 1975 to 1986.
On that day, he was appointed as a chief assistant, and in November 1987, after passing the relevant competition based on qualifications and exams, he was appointed as an actual assistant of neurosurgery in the corresponding department of the Padua Hospital.
In 1990, he was appointed head of the Department of Postoperative Intensive Care of the Neurosurgery of Padua. This qualification was maintained until February 1999. Since that time, he has been practicing neurosurgery in private medical institutions, mainly in the city of Milan. In 1985, he passed the national competition for the qualification of chief neurosurgeon. From autumn 1974 to autumn 1995, he held the position of consultant neurosurgeon at the Ospedale Traumatologico of Padua.
As for teaching, he was Professor of Neurosurgery at the ULSS-21 Professional School in Padua from 1980 to 1995. He participated in numerous conferences in neurosurgical centers, including foreign neurosurgical centers, for the development of new surgical techniques.
He treated about 30 thousand specialist patients, of which more than 10 thousand were healers directly. Actively participated in the meetings of operating rooms, both in public hospitals and in private structures, cooperating in more than 3,000 surgical interventions.
As the First surgeon, he owns at least two thousand neurosurgical interventions related to the entire specialized industry (both endocranial, vertebro-medullary, and peripheral nervous system).
Its global operational activity is at least 5,000 operations. In particular, in recent years, he has improved the minimally invasive surgical technique of spinal neurosurgery under local anesthesia with light sedation, which is used instead of the traditional open technique under general anesthesia for at least 95% of the pathology associated with root compression with lysis of meningoradicular adhesions, discectomy, uncophoraminotomy.
Minimally invasive neurosurgical intervention on the spine was briefly illustrated for informative purposes also in two articles published on the website medicitalia.it, the author of which is a scientific contact person in the field of neurosurgery.
University of Padua
Degree in Medicine and Surgery, 1972
University of Padua
Diploma in Neurosurgery, 1976