I am  Antonio Pelliccia and this is my  website

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My present position is Chief of Cardiology of the Institute of Sports Medicine and Science of the Italian National Olympic Committee. Rome. Italy

 

My Education

Medical Degree at the University Medical School La Sapienza in Rome, 1975

Specialization in Cardiovascular Disease, 1979 and subsequently in Sport Medicine, 1983.

I have spent large part of my professional activity at Institute of Sports Medicine and Science, Rome. Substantial part of my education has been in the US, at the National Institute of Health, Cardiology Branch, Bethesda, Maryland, University Hospital of the Georgetown University in Washington DC and TUFTS University Medical School in Boston.

 

Area of expertise

Evaluation of left ventricular hypertrophy induced by exercise conditioning.

Criteria of differential diagnosis of “athlete’s heart” from structural cardiac disease, with special regard to cardiomyopathies.

Implementation of pre-participation screening for cardiovascular disease at risk of sudden death in athletic populations.

Definition of appropriate criteria for interpretation of the 12-lead ECG in trained individuals.

Clinical assessment and recommendations for sport participation in athletes with cardiovascular diseases.

Strategies to improve the level of physical activity and sport participation in sedentary individuals.

 

Academic Appointments

Full Professor of Internal Medicine (Sport Medicine discipline) by the National Scientific Advisory Board of the Italian Ministry of Research and University.

Professor of Sport Cardiology. Postgraduate School of Sport Medicine. University of Rome and L’Aquila.

Adjunct Professor in Sports Cardiology. Tufts University Medical School, Boston, MA.

Visiting Professor at University of Belgrade School of Medicine. Belgrade. Serbia.

 

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Scopus H-Index (January 2021) 

Publications

I’m the first author of over 200 papers published on peer-reviewed journals (including New England Journal of Medicine, Journal American Medical Association, Circulation, Journal American College of Cardiology, American Journal of Cardiology, European Heart Journal, Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, International Journal of Sport Medicine).

 

Scientific Journal

Since 2014, Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness. Minerva Medica Publ. Torino.

 

  • A. Venerando, G. CaldaroneA. Pelliccia: "Metabolic Diseases". In "The Olympic Book of Sports Medicine". A. Dirix, H.G. Knuttgen, K. Tittel. (Editors) Blackwell Scientific Publications 1988. pag. 542-559.

  • A. Pelliccia, A Spataro, G.Caselli, A Biffi, M Granata, F Culasso. “Extreme cardiac adaptation to training: echocardiographic data and maximum oxygen uptake”. In Echocardiography 1988. A Dagianti, and H Feigembaum (Editors). Elsvier Publ. Amsterdam 1988; pag. 149-58.

  • P. Zeppilli, M La Rosa Gangi, C SantiniA Pelliccia, A Spataro, R Scognamiglio, A Nava. “Right heart in athletes”. ”. In Echocardiography 1988. A Dagianti, and H Feigembaum (Editors). Elsvier Publ. Amsterdam 1988; pag. 173-8.

  • P Spirito, L Agati, G Derchi, A Pelliccia, M Penco, F Fabietti, A Dagianti, C Vecchio. “Noninvasive assessment of left ventricular function in athletes”. In Echocardiography 1988. A Dagianti, and H Feigembaum (Editors). Elsvier Publ. Amsterdam 1988; pag. 167-72.

  • A. Pelliccia; G. Caselli, P. Bellotti (Editors): “Advances in Sports Cardiology”. Springer-Verlag Italia 1997.

  • A. Pelliccia; BJ. Maron: “Cardiac adaptation to exercise training”. In “The Oxford Textbook of Sports Medicine” 2nd Edition. M. Harries, C. Williams, W D Stanish, LJ Micheli (Editors). Oxford University Press. Oxford 1998, pag. 301-320.

  • A. Pelliccia; BJ. Maron. “Screening athletes for cardiovascular disease”. In The Textbook of exercise and sports cardiology. PD Thompson (Editor) McGraw-Hill, New York. 2001; pag. 235-48.

  • A. Pelliccia; BJ Maron. “The Athlete’s Heart, ECG and differential diagnosis with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and other cardiomyopathies”. In Diagnosis and Management of Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Edited by BJ Maron. Blackwell Futura, 2004; p 367-81

  • Corrado D, Pelliccia A, Antzelevich C, Leoni L, Schiavon M, Buja G, Maron BJ, Thiene G, Basso C. “ST-segment elevation and sudden death in the athlete”. In “The Brugada Syndromefrom bench to bedside”. Antzelevich C. (Editor). Blackwell Futura Publ. 2005; pag.130-139.

  • A. Pelliccia (Editor) The Athlete’s Heart: on the Border Between Physiology and Pathology. Cardiology Clinics. Saunders Publ. Philadelpia 2007; 25 (3): I-XV, 371-486.

  • A. Pelliccia (Editor) “Sports Cardiology Casebook.”  Springer Verlag. London 2009. I-XVII, 1-242.

  • A. Pelliccia, Di Paolo FM, Quattrini FMAortic Root Dilatation in Athletic Population. Progress in Cardiovascular Disease. 2012. Vol. 54, pag. 432-7. 

  • A. Pelliccia, Maron MS, Maron BJ. Assessment of Left Ventricular Hypertrophy in a Trained Athlete: 2 Differential Diagnosis of Physiologic Athlete's Heart From Q33 Pathologic Hypertrophy.  Progress in Cardiovascular Disease. 2012. Vol. 54, pag. 387-96.

  • A. Pelliccia. The cardiovascular screening program: From the Italian experience to a global strategy. In the “Sport Cardiology Textbook” Edited by P. Thompson (in press)

  • A. Pelliccia, D. Corrado. Cardiovascular Screening for the Prevention of Sudden Cardiac Death in Athletes: insights from the Italian experience. In the Olympic Textbook of Sport Cardiology. M. Wilson, J. Drezner, S. Sharma Editors. (in press)

Just click either on the images below or on the right menu to see videos of recent interviews.

 

Interview on Medecine & Sante publique

Sport e patologia cardiovascolare

 

Dr Antonio Pelliccia Discusses New ESC Guidelines on Sports, Exercise in Patients With CVD

Sport e patologia cardiovascolare

See the interview on ajmc.com

 

Attività sportiva nei pazienti cardiopatici. Le linee guida ESC (in Italian) 

Sport e patologia cardiovascolare

See the interview on cardioinfo.it

 

Sport and cardiovascular pathology - Sport e patologia cardiovascolare (in Italian) 

Sport e patologia cardiovascolare

See the interview on cardioinfo.it

  

Clinical Case, ESC CONGRESS, ROME, 2016 

ESC Congress

 

ESC Congress, Rome, 2016

ESC Congress

 

Outcomes in Athletes with Marked ECG Repolarization Abnormalities 

Abnormal_ECG

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Don't Make a Federal Case Out of It 

Abnormal_ECG

See the article on JACC or download the PDF

 

Clinical Consequences of Intense Athletic Training 

JACC Don't Make a Federal Case Out of It

 

Audio Interview on BMJ Talk Medicine 

Audio Interview on BMJ Talk Medicine

 

Rowing highlights the heart 

See the article on World Rowing or download the PDF

 

What is new in the diagnosis of athlete's heart? 

 

Cardiac Screening in Adult and Young Athletes 

 

 

Heart Remodeling Common in Olympic Athletes 

aug2016 

See the article on Medscape or download the PDF

 

Right Ventricular Changes in Olympic Athletes Described 

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