Transplant and Vascular Surgeon Specializes in: 1. Kidney transplantation 2. Vascular access surgery (acute and chronic hemodialysis access, central lines for parental nutrition, monitoring, IV chemotherapy, etc.) 3. Vascular and Endovascular Surgery (for acute and chronic peripheral arterial and venous diseases) 4. Vascular Ultrasound 5. General Surgery Fellowship Training in Transplant and Vascular Surgery at National Kidney and Transplant Institute Residency in General Surgery at Philippine General Hospital Graduated Doctor of Medicine at the University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center Graduated Bachelor of Science in Chemistry at the University of the Philippines-Diliman Specialty: General Surgery Subspecialty: Vascular » » » [Read more]
Eduardo T. Aro, Jr., MD
Working opportunities for neurosurgeon in Australia
Neurosurgery is one of the most complex and highly paid specialties in medicine. A neurosurgeon uses surgical techniques to treat diseases of and injuries to the brain, peripheral nervous system, and spinal cord. This field requires extensive training which includes eight years of education after high school, followed by seven years of residency. Neurosurgeons are held in high regard internationally and are always highly sought due to their specialist nature. There are many opportunities for neurosurgeons to work in Australia.