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VASILIEVA Irina

Head of EMC Mammology clinic, radiologist M.D.
1998
Starts working
at EMC
2015
Beginning of
the medical career

Graduated from the 1st Sechenov Moscow Medical Institute obtaining a degree in Medicine, with subsequent specialization at the Department of X-ray Imaging.

She continued her education at the Department of Radiation Diagnostics and Radiation Therapy of the Academic Medical Centre in Amsterdam, where she studied major issues of comprehensive radiation diagnostics, radiation therapy, as well as problems in the treatment of acute and chronic leukaemia in children.

Experience

Dr.Vasilieva was Head of Department of X-ray Imaging and Ultrasound Diagnostics of the Centre for Sport Medicine of the Moscow City Committee of Health for 7 years.

Scientific works

 Dr.Vasileva is an author of a number of scientific publications.

Membership

Participant of international radiological conferences.

Languages

Russain, English, Czech

VASILIEVA Irina

Head of EMC Mammology clinic, radiologist M.D.
1998
Starts working
at EMC
2015
Beginning of
the medical career

Graduated from the 1st Sechenov Moscow Medical Institute obtaining a degree in Medicine, with subsequent specialization at the Department of X-ray Imaging.

She continued her education at the Department of Radiation Diagnostics and Radiation Therapy of the Academic Medical Centre in Amsterdam, where she studied major issues of comprehensive radiation diagnostics, radiation therapy, as well as problems in the treatment of acute and chronic leukaemia in children.

Department Breast Clinic Moscow, Schepkina Str.,35 Telephone: +7 (495) 933 66 55 Oncology Institute Moscow, Schepkina Str.,35 Telephone: +7 495 933-66-55

Experience

Dr.Vasilieva was Head of Department of X-ray Imaging and Ultrasound Diagnostics of the Centre for Sport Medicine of the Moscow City Committee of Health for 7 years.

Scientific works

 Dr.Vasileva is an author of a number of scientific publications.

Membership

Participant of international radiological conferences.

Questions

I have a benign lump in one breast size of 12.0*9.9 mm. Puncture or a biopsy will be done next week. I was told by mammologist that surgery is needed. As far as I know, concerning the surgery, axillary lymph nodes are to be removed together with the tumor. I also know that in Europe lymph nodes are ( read more )

I have a benign lump in one breast size of 12.0*9.9 mm. Puncture or a biopsy will be done next week. I was told by mammologist that surgery is needed. As far as I know, concerning the surgery, axillary lymph nodes are to be removed together with the tumor. I also know that in Europe lymph nodes are testes for specific markers and only affected ones should be removed; if lymph nodes are no affected, they are not to be dissected and the surgery is minimally invasive. So what is your approach? Does it make sense to do it or you have the same methods and the same equipment? ( hide )

If histological examination of the sample reveals fibroadenoma of basic type or tissue hyperplasia without atypia, or nodular type fibrocystic condition of the breast tissue, the question of surgical treatment should not arise. If biopsy reveals giant fibroadenoma sectoral resection is indicated, i.e. mass excision within the healthy tissues and lymph nodes will be removed. In ( read more )

If histological examination of the sample reveals fibroadenoma of basic type or tissue hyperplasia without atypia, or nodular type fibrocystic condition of the breast tissue, the question of surgical treatment should not arise. If biopsy reveals giant fibroadenoma sectoral resection is indicated, i.e. mass excision within the healthy tissues and lymph nodes will be removed. In case of non- benign histological result, i.e. carcinoma is detected, subsequent immunohistochemical examination is required as well as a clinical oncologist and surgeon consultation; and the decision on complex treatment will be taken by case management team. With regard to the diagnosis and treatment methods in our center, each case is addressed individually. Sometimes we remove a benign area (for example, the area of hyperplasia with atypia) using the vacuum-needle technique through 3-4 mm incision. As for the surgical procedure protocols for benign breast tumors, benign simple fibroadenoma is not removed in America, Europe, Israel, etc. I would like to discuss your case with you in more details and perform some additional tests if needed, so I would be glad to see you at EMC’s Breast center. ( hide )

16.05.2015
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Reviews

Annisa Serventi
Moscow

Sir, I write to you as you are the Director of EMC. You have an outstanding team! I have been successfully treated for breast cancer. I already personally thanked dr Mandelblatt, dr Vassilieva, dr Daskalova, dr Salim and all the staff at the Oncology dept, the Breast center, the Radiotherapy center and all the nurses of the 6th floor, but I also wanted to express my deepest appreciation to you. I have found excellent professionalism in every single person I met during this year of therapy. Not just the doctors, but all the assistants and the secretaries as well, they are all equally very ( read more )

Sir, I write to you as you are the Director of EMC. You have an outstanding team! I have been successfully treated for breast cancer. I already personally thanked dr Mandelblatt, dr Vassilieva, dr Daskalova, dr Salim and all the staff at the Oncology dept, the Breast center, the Radiotherapy center and all the nurses of the 6th floor, but I also wanted to express my deepest appreciation to you. I have found excellent professionalism in every single person I met during this year of therapy. Not just the doctors, but all the assistants and the secretaries as well, they are all equally very careful and dedicated, always smiling and attentive. Thank you Sir, for putting such an amazing staff together! ( hide )

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