Prof. Nebojša Ivanović
Surgical oncology specialist
Nebojša Ivanović was born in Vlasotince in 1964. He is a doctor and surgical oncologist. He is a Professor of Surgery at the Medical Faculty of the University of Belgrade. In addition to breast cancer surgery, he successfully practices thyroid gland, melanoma, colon tumor, and liver tumor surgeries.
|Specialty||Surgical oncology specialist|
|Work Days||Tuesday Thursday|
The founder of the hospital and coordinator of the professional team is Prof. Nebojša Ivanović, a surgical oncologist. He is the author of scientific discussions and studies in breast cancer surgical technique and prognosis, published in the world’s leading publications on surgical oncology (the most significant papers: “The number of negative nodes as a prognostic factor in breast cancer: A difficult concept to defend,” “Is there any place for the N/T quotient as a prognostic factor in breast cancer?”, “Fragmentation of axillary fibrofatty tissue during dissection facilitates preservation of the intercostobrachial nerve and the lateral thoracic vein”). He is one of the few surgeons who created and published his own breast-sparing cancer surgical technique in the world’s leading journal for that field (“The Breast”).
He has a Ph.D. in surgical oncology and is a professor at the Department of Surgery of the Faculty of Medicine in Belgrade.
SIGNIFICANT SCIENTIFIC PAPERS
01 Ivanovic N. Is there any place for the N/T quotient as a prognostic factor in breast cancer? Eur J Surg Oncol 2004; 30(9): 1003.
02 Ivanovic NS. The number of negative nodes as a prognostic factor in breast cancer: A difficult concept to defend. Eur J Surg Oncol 2007; 34(1):125.
03 Ivanovic N, Granic M, Randjelovic T, Bilanovic D, Djukanovic B, Sredic B, Ristic N, Babic D: Functional effects of preserving the intercostobrachial nerve and the lateral thoracic vein during axillary dissection in breast cancer conservative surgery. Vojnosanit Pregl. 2007; 64(3):195-8.
04 Ivanovic N, Granic M, Randjelovic T, Todorovic S. Fragmentation of axillary fibrofatty tissue during dissection facilitates preservation of the intercostobrachial nerve and the lateral thoracic vein. The Breast 2008;17: 293–295.
05 Ivanovic N, Zdravkovic D. Alternative oncological treatment: Psychological support for cancer patients – means for a better quality of life or better survival. J BUON 2014; 19(4): 1126.
06 Ivanovic N, Zdravkovic D, Radovanovic D, Stamenkovic D. Comment on: Blue dye is sufficient for sentinel lymph node biopsy in breast cancer BJS 2014; 101(4):383-9), in Your Views, Brit J Surg website.
07 Ivanovic N, Zdravkovic D, Granic M, Sredic B, Colakovic N, Stojiljkovic M. Lymph nodes behind the axillary neurovascular bundle: case report and cadaveric study of frequency and distribution. Surg Radiol Anat. 2015;37(10):1283-6.
08 Ivanović N. Synergy of mechanical ablation and medical oncoimmunology in the treatment of melanoma stage IV. Symposium: Melanoma – then and now; with international participation. Beograd 2017.
09 Ivanovic N, Zdravkovic D, Skuric Z, Kostic J, Colakovic N, Stojiljkovic M, Opric S, Stefanovic Radovic M, Soldatovic I, Sredic B, Granic M. Optimization of breast cancer excision by intraoperative ultrasound and marking needle – technique description and feasibility. World J Surg Oncol. 2015;13:153 DOI: 10.1186/S12957-015-0568-8
10 Čolaković N, Zdravković D, Ivanović N. Neoadjuvant chemotherapy for breast cancer – local recurrence and surgery. JBUON; Anticipated publication: 2018; 23(6):
11 Popovic L, Tomasevic Z, Stamatovic Lj, Markovic I, Matovina-Brko G, Buta M, Golubovic A, Selakovic V, Trifunovic J, Murtezani Z, Ivanovic N, Nedovic J, Ninkovic S, Filipovic S, Cvetanovic A, Djordjevic N, Karanikolic A, Ivkovic-Kapic T, Vicko F. Serbian consensus of neoadjuvant therapy for breast cancer: NeoPULSE. J BUON 2018;23(2):522-532.
12 Colakovic N, Zdravkovic D, Skuric Z, Mrda D, Gacic J, Ivanovic N. Intraoperative ultrasound in breast cancer surgery-from localization of nonpalpable tumors to objectively measurable excision. World J Surg Oncol. 2018;16(1):184. doi: 10.1186/s12957-018-1488-1.