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Dr. Eugeniy Veliev, M.D.


Currently is professor of the urology and surgical andrology department of RMACPE, M.D., Honored doctor of Russian Federation. From the year 2003 till the present time he is the professor of the Urology and Surgical Andrology department of Russian Medical Academy of Continuous Postgraduate Education. The main directions of professional and scientific work: general urology, oncological urology, reconstructive surgery on pelvic and retroperitoneal organs, phalloplasty, surgical treatment of incontinence, surgical treatment of prostate hyperplasia. His main fields of professional interests includes the functional treatment of the prostate cancer, surgical correction of the male incontinence. Prof. Veliev is a pioneer and one of the leading specialists in performance of radical prostatectomy via any surgical approach, cystectomies with various diversion methods, reconstructive and andrologic surgical approaches on urogenital system organs in Russia He is currently a member of Russian Society of Urologists, the Board of the Russian Society of Oncourology and the European Association of Urology, as well as several other leading international societies. Active member of Russian and international scientific meetings and a member of editorial boards of the “Urologia” and “Ocourology” journals. Prof Veliev is the author of more than 330 scientific studies and articles. He is the pioneer of the radical retropubic prostatectomy introduction in Russia.
Moscow, Russia
Russian  /  English

Work Experience

Professor of the urology and surgical andrology department
Honored doctor of Russian Federation


[Oncological safety of nerve-sparing radical prostatectomy: evaluation of histopathological outcomes and recurrence-free survival].
Urologiia (Moscow, Russia : 1999) Read it here [Multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging markers of clinically significant prostate cancer].
Problemy sotsial'noi gigieny, zdravookhraneniia i istorii meditsiny Read it here [Non-transecting anastomotic urethroplasty].
Urologiia (Moscow, Russia : 1999) Read it here