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Dr. Vasko Vasilevski

Crohn’s disease

50 Yrs

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Acibadem Sistina Hospital

Greater Skopje, North Macedonia








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Skupi 5a, Skopje 1000, North Macedonia


Dr. Vasko Vasilevski is a gastroenterologist currently working in Acibadem Sistina Hospital. He specializes in diagnosing and treating Crohn's disease. He graduated in 1972 from the University of Saints Cyril and Methodius- Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. In 1979, he did a specialization in internal medicine. In 1998, Dr. Vasko Vasilevski completed a subspecialty in gastroenterology at Skopje University of Saints Cyril and Methodius in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. He completed his Ph.D. in 1986 from Skopje University of Saints Cyril and Methodius in Skopje. MEMBERSHIPS OF DR. VASKO VASILEVSKI • World Gastroenterology Organization • European Association for gastro-entero-hepatology • Mediterranean Organization of Gastroenterology • Macedonian Association of gastroentero hepatologists • Macedonian Medical Association GREAT WORKING EXPERIENCE OF DR. VASKO VASILEVSKI From 2010-present: Acibadem Sistina Hospital, Department of Gastroenterohepatology From 1999 to 2003: Skopje's University Clinical Center, Director of the Gastroenterohepatology Clinic From 1977 to 2010: Skopje's University Clinical Center, Gastroenterology Clinic From 1973 to 1977: Skopje's University Clinical Center, Internal Medicine Clinic Due to his wide range of working experience, Dr. Vasko Vasilevski is now considered one of the finest doctors of Crohn's disease. Crohn's disease currently has no cure and treatment. Researchers don't know how it starts, who is most likely to get it, or how to treat it. Its research is still undertaken in the hopes of finding more effective therapies. However, symptoms can be well treated, and remission is a possibility. Dr. Vasko Vasilevski strives to figure out what works best to reduce Crohn's symptoms and keep the disease from damaging the patient's body.