Palermo professor died in Treviso: "Negligent doctors, he could be saved"
The well-known Palermitan professor who died in the last few months in Treviso could have been saved. Antonio Martorana, a former chemistry teacher at the Conegliano Aquarium – where the current governor of the Veneto region, Luca Zaia, also had one of several pupils – died of an ascending aortic dissection. "If the profiles of negligence had not occurred, Antonio Martorana would not have died, in terms of very high probability". The report leaves no doubt – reported by Gazzettino.it – which was signed by the medical examiner appointed by the Treviso Public Prosecutor to perform an autopsy on the body of the former professor who died in the hospital on 14 August. He was 78 years old.
A death that seemed immediately avoidable to the family. In fact, in the hours following his death, the Palermitan family had filed a complaint. Hence the decision to open a file by the prosecutor.
Martorana on the morning of…
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