Dr. Mark V. Mazziotti has a special interest and training in laparoscopy, thorascoscopy, and minimal invasive pectus excavatum repair. He has expertise in the full range of pediatric surgery.
Dr. Mazziotti’s current focus is on the clinical practice of pediatric surgery in an educational setting. He has special interest and training in minimally invasive surgery, including thoracoscopic pectus excavatum repair. He has devised a novel technique for the minimally-invasive repair of pectus carinatum using conventional Nuss equipment with modifications. He has studied how various stabilization techniques have improved outcomes in pectus excavatum patients.
Dr. Mazziotti’s research interests are in clinical outcomes. He has interest in clinical outcomes for patients with biliary dyskinesia treated with laparoscopic cholecystectomy compared to patients with gallstones treated in the same fashion. He also has ongoing projects evaluating clinical outcomes in patients with perforated appendicitis, spontaneous pneumothorax, and in patients with ITP undergoing laparoscopic splenectomy.