Julio Elito Jr.

Federal University of Sao Paulo

Prof. Julio Elito Junior PhD graduated in Medicine from Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP) - Brazil in1989. He obtained his Master in 1995 and his Doctorate in 1997 both from UNIFESP. He is a specialist in laparoscopy (Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 2000) and has a PhD in reproductive medicine (2008). Due to the relevance of his research he obtained the title of Associate Professor of the Department of Obstetrics of UNIFESP (2006). He has experience in the field of Medicine, with emphasis in Gynecology and Obstetrics, acting mainly in the following subjects: ectopic pregnancy, methotrexate, ultrasonography, beta-hCG, polymorphisms, serological markers and multiple pregnancy. He has published a predictive score for medical treatment in ectopic pregnancy and reference charts for twins, with 221 citations in the international literature. He has published 64 articles in international and national journals, is a reviewer in several national and international journals, and a speaker at a number of national and international congresses. He wrote the book 'Ectopic Pregnancy” (2010), was the Editor of the book 'Multiple Pregnancy - New Challenges' by IntechOpen (2019), as well as numerous chapters in national and international books. He has been nominated several times for honored Professor by his students at the Medical School of Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP).

2books edited

3chapters authored

Latest work with IntechOpen by Julio Elito Jr.

"Non-Tubal Ectopic Pregnancy" is a comprehensive book, written in an organized and concise format. The book offers an immersion into non-tubal ectopic pregnancy and the reader is invited, chapter after chapter, to visit the most important aspects of non-tubal ectopic pregnancies. The book covers all aspects of non-tubal ectopic pregnancies including epidemiology, diagnosis, and management. Experts from all over the world have contributed to it, bringing the best from their research.The book presents the reader with the latest advances on non-tubal ectopic pregnancies.

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