Miroslav L. Djordjevic, MD, PhD, Professor of Urology/Surgery
Miroslav Djordjevic is a Professor of Urology and Surgery at the School of Medicine, University of Belgrade, Serbia. He completed his medical studies, including his urology residency, at School of Medcine, University of Belgrade, Serbia. He continued his professional education at numerous universities world-wide, but the greatest impact on his professional education was experience obtained by working with Professor Sava Perovic, who was one of the best urologic reconstruction experts. Dr Miroslav Djordjevic published many papers on the surgical treatment of hypospadias, epispadias, Peyronie's disease, adult hypospadias, buried penis, urethral reconstruction, pediatric reconstructive urology, penile enhancement surgery as well transsexual surgery.
In his long and fruitful career, he achieved his greatest results in the field of urogenital reconstructive surgery, as one of the rare in the world to have encompassed treatment of all anomalies of the genital system regardless of gender or age. Dr Miroslav Djordjevic is a member of numerous urological and surgical associations (ESPU - European Society of Pediatric Urology, AAP - American Academy of Pediatrics, AUA - American Urological Association, EAU - European Association of Urology, SIU - International Urological Association, GURS - Society for Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgeons, DGU - German Urological Association, AAPS - American Academy of Phalloplasty Surgeons, WPATH - World Professional Association for Transgender Health, IVU - International Volunteers in Urology), and he received numerous research awards and honours, including awards given by the European Association of Urology, German Urological Association and the European Society for Sexual Medicine.
He is the leader of the Belgrade Center for Genital Reconstructive Surgery which is well-known for education for colleagues from around the world. His great experience in sex reassignment surgery resulted in new knowledge of the surgical anatomy of the male and female genitalia.
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