VASILEVSKAYA Eva

Dermatovenerologist Head of the clinic of dermatology and allergology-immunology, Ph.D., doctor of the highest category
2006
Starts working
at EMC
1997
Beginning of
the medical career

2000 – 2001: training in Israel (Tel Aviv (MIOCLINIK); Tsel-Arim (MEDSEA Clinic at the Dead Sea), Haifa Military Hospital). 2004 – 2005: training in Germany (Cologne, Munich) in Dermatooncology, mastering non-invasive methods in skin pathomorphology studies. Her Candidate of Medical Sciences dissertation was devoted to the immunopathogenesis and 308-nm excimer laser therapy for psoriasis. At present, she is working on her Doctor of Medical Sciences dissertation at the Laboratory for the Study of Skin Reparation of the Scientific-Research Institute of Molecular Medicine of the Moscow Medical Academy after the name of I. M. Sechenov; this dissertation is devoted to non-invasive assessment of the efficacy of stem cell therapy in dermal cosmetology.

Graduated from Sechenov Moscow Medical Academy and completed her clinical residency in Dermatovenereology in 1998, after which she specialized in Trichology (diseases of the hair) at the Russian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education under the tutorship of Professor K.N. Suvorova and in Dermatooncology and Plastic Surgery at the Russian Academy of Sciences, Department of Dermatooncology and Plastic Surgery, under the tutorship of Professor О.А. Panova and Doctor of Medical Sciences A.L. Piruzyan.

Scientific works

Active participant of international and All-Russian congresses, regular presenter, Honorary Member of the National Alliance of Dermatologists and Cosmetologists. Author of over 50 publications, including foreign professional journals; author of 2 studies.

Membership

Member of the European Academy of Dermatovenereology (EADV). Honorary member of the National Alliance of Dermatologists and Cosmetologists

Professional interests

Dermatooncology, laser dermal cosmetology. Utilizes state-of-the-art methods in minor surgical dermal cosmetology.

Languages

Russian.

Василевская Ева Александровна

VASILEVSKAYA Eva

Dermatovenerologist Head of the clinic of dermatology and allergology-immunology, Ph.D., doctor of the highest category
2006
Starts working
at EMC
1997
Beginning of
the medical career

2000 – 2001: training in Israel (Tel Aviv (MIOCLINIK); Tsel-Arim (MEDSEA Clinic at the Dead Sea), Haifa Military Hospital). 2004 – 2005: training in Germany (Cologne, Munich) in Dermatooncology, mastering non-invasive methods in skin pathomorphology studies. Her Candidate of Medical Sciences dissertation was devoted to the immunopathogenesis and 308-nm excimer laser therapy for psoriasis. At present, she is working on her Doctor of Medical Sciences dissertation at the Laboratory for the Study of Skin Reparation of the Scientific-Research Institute of Molecular Medicine of the Moscow Medical Academy after the name of I. M. Sechenov; this dissertation is devoted to non-invasive assessment of the efficacy of stem cell therapy in dermal cosmetology.

Graduated from Sechenov Moscow Medical Academy and completed her clinical residency in Dermatovenereology in 1998, after which she specialized in Trichology (diseases of the hair) at the Russian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education under the tutorship of Professor K.N. Suvorova and in Dermatooncology and Plastic Surgery at the Russian Academy of Sciences, Department of Dermatooncology and Plastic Surgery, under the tutorship of Professor О.А. Panova and Doctor of Medical Sciences A.L. Piruzyan.

Department Clinic of dermatology, venereology, allergology and immunology Moscow, 35 Schepkina st., 7 Orlovsky per., 5/1 Spiridonievsky per., 26 Trifonovskaya st. Telephone: +7 (495) 933 66 55

Scientific works

Active participant of international and All-Russian congresses, regular presenter, Honorary Member of the National Alliance of Dermatologists and Cosmetologists. Author of over 50 publications, including foreign professional journals; author of 2 studies.

Membership

Member of the European Academy of Dermatovenereology (EADV). Honorary member of the National Alliance of Dermatologists and Cosmetologists

Questions

My mom had a mole (suspected for melanoma) removed in November 2015. Histology revealed lentigo melanoma in situ. We checked the slides back in the Netherlands, and the diagnosis was a superficial spreading melanoma of Clark 3 Т1а Beslow 0,8 stage; re-excision with capture of 1 cm of healthy skin ( read more )

My mom had a mole (suspected for melanoma) removed in November 2015. Histology revealed lentigo melanoma in situ. We checked the slides back in the Netherlands, and the diagnosis was a superficial spreading melanoma of Clark 3 Т1а Beslow 0,8 stage; re-excision with capture of 1 cm of healthy skin is recommended. Is it possible to make re-excision and subsequent histology in your hospital? If so, how soon? ( hide )

We absolutely agree with the opinion of the European colleagues: re-excision with a wider offset is required; according to the Russian Protocol it is necessary to move 2 cm from the peripheral edge. This is for counter insurance, as lentigo-melanoma is a favorable type, and previous surgery is likely to put an end to this story and the forecast is favorable. All the necessary ( read more )

We absolutely agree with the opinion of the European colleagues: re-excision with a wider offset is required; according to the Russian Protocol it is necessary to move 2 cm from the peripheral edge. This is for counter insurance, as lentigo-melanoma is a favorable type, and previous surgery is likely to put an end to this story and the forecast is favorable. All the necessary manipulations for the study are possible in our Clinic; we have our own well-equipped laboratory with the possibility to ask the advice concerning the sample in Germany and Israel. You should make an appointment with the surgeon-oncologist (Marina Bissessar) in the nearest time to conduct the diagnostic re-excision. Hope to help! ( hide )

12.12.2015
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