Department of Coloproctology and Pelvic Floor Surgery @ Ospedale Galeazzi - Sant'Ambrogio

The Coloproctological and Pelvic Floor Surgery Unit deals with the diagnosis and treatment, surgical and non-surgical, of anorectal pathologies and of the female and male pelvic floor. The activity started in May 2019.

We perform transabdominal interventions with Laparoscopic and Robotics techniques. We perform transanal and pelvic-perineal interventions. We also take care of the diagnostic process in collaboration with the Radiology service. The average hospital stay of our patients is less than 2 days, confirming the minimally invasive nature of the surgical procedures we apply.

We are at the forefront with the most modern technologies such as laser, robotic Surgery, stem cells, sacral nuromodulation, titanized biocompatible prostheses.

Our excellence in numbers


transanal and transperineal surgical procedure


Robotic And Laparoscopic procedure for Pelvic floor Suspension

Conditions we take care of at this Department

Notable advanced technological equipment

  • one Da Vinci Robot
  • LASER for transanale Surgery - Endoanal 360° ultrasound

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Meet our team

Head physician

Angelo Stuto

General surgeon
Angelo Stuto

Featured physicians

Ospedale Galeazzi - Sant'Ambrogio

The new hospital brings together in a single facility Istituto Ortopedico Galeazzi, the first hospital for orthopaedic admissions that performs 75% of all revision orthopaedic surgeries in Italy, and Istituto Clinico Sant'Ambrogio, example of healthcare excellence for its cardiovascular unit as well as for the diagnosis and treatment of obesity.

The new Ospedale Galeazzi - Sant’Ambrogio (OGSA), accredited by the Italian National Healthcare System (SSN), and given an IRCCS status (Scientific Institute for Research, Hospitalization and Healthcare) by the Italian Ministry of Health for the study of the locomotor system disorders, it is a center of excellence for clinical and pre-clinical biomedical research, and it is well-known for its teaching activity as a learning site for the Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery in agreement with the University of Milan.

As former Istituto Ortopedico Galeazzi, it is known for its achievements in the field of sports medicine and is now home for RE.GA.IN, a regenerative medicine center for the treatment of cartilage and tendon pathologies.

Since 2007, the Institute has become a member of the ISOC (International Society of Orthopaedic Centers), recognized as one of the 19 institutes of excellence in the field of orthopaedics representing 16 countries.

Former Istituto Clinico Sant'Ambrogio adds to the new OGSA its healthcare excellence in treatment of cardiovascular pathologies with over 500 interventions of cardiac surgery and 2,500 interventional cardiology procedures per year thus becoming among the first Italian centers for cardiovascular treatments. The Cardiothoracic Center represents a point of excellence in mini-invasive cardiac surgery and in the percutaneous aortic valve replacement. Additionally, former Istituto Clinico Sant'Ambrogio is in the first place among the Lombardy hospitals for the treatment of acute myocardial infarction.