All-Russian Center for Ocular and Plastic Surgery“ Ufa, Russia

All-Russian Center for Ocular and Plastic Surgery“ Ufa, Russia

ELITE MEDICAL d.o.o. is authorized representative Alloplant,  the All-Russian Center for eye and plastic surgery from Ufa (Russia) to: Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Romania and Hungary . Organization of group travel of citizens of these countries who want to use ophthalmic and other medical services.

Alloplant is a biomaterial, which is low (small), the antigenicity of, preventing the formation of scars in the area of the transplant, the selective growth of the tissue of the recipient, provided the wider its introduction into practice. With the use of various kinds of biomaterials Alloplant, one can stimulate regeneration of the blood or lymphatic vessels, cornea, sclera, skin coverings (skin), in the conjunctiva, the nerves, the internal organs and so on. For the last twenty-five years biomaterials Alloplant successfully applied in the treatment of diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, pigmentary retinitis, optic nerve atrophy, uveitis, retinal vein thrombosis, trauma, keratitis, myopia, tumors, burns and congenital defects …

Biomaterials Alloplant widely applicable in ophthalmology, maxillo-facial and plastic surgery, dentistry, thoracic surgery, neurosurgery, proctology, orthopedics, accident surgery, liver surgery, gynecology, etc.. 

Ability Alloplant biomaterials that stimulate the processes of reparative regeneration was confirmed by many experimental and clinical studies have been conducted in the scientific research institutes of Russia with foreign specialists (the US, Japan, Mexico, etc.).

The Alloplant’s top experts successfully restore eyesight even with the most severe eye damage. Elite Medical Ltd., Belgrade organizes and leads groups of patients on the clinic “All-Russian center for ocular and plastic surgery” – Ufa, Russia.

ALLOPLANT cures:

 

  • GLAUCOMA

  • RETINOPATHY DIABETIC

  • SENILE RETINAL MACULODEGENERATION

  • OPTIC NERVE ATROPHY

  • PIGMENTARY RETINITIS

  • UVEITIS

  • NEUROFIBROMATOSIS UPPER EYELID

  • PROGRESSIVE MYOPIA

  • NEURITIS OPTIC NERVE

  • SUBATROPHY EYE

  • ADEN PARATHYROID GLAND

  • HEMANGIOM HEAD AND NECK

  • BASALIOMAS (BASAL CELL CANCER)

  • ADAMANTIME LOWER JAW

  • CANCER OF AROUNDEARS GLAND

  • SURGICAL PATHOLOGY OF THE THYROID GLAND

  • JOINT DISEASE

  • SPINE DISEASE

LIST OF DISEASES WHICH ARE IN ALL-RUSSIAN CENTER OF LENSES

  • The pathological growth of eyelashes:
  • • trichiasis
  • • innate distihiaza
  • • acquired distihiaza
  • Entropium:         
  • • involution (nursing)
  • • scar (post-traumatic and post burn)
  • • innate
  • Benign tumors:       
  • • papilloma
  • • keratosis
  • • cutaneous horn
  • • nevus
  • • hemangioma
  • Ptozis:
  • innate
  • acquired
  • Blepharophimosis

Malignant tumors:

  • • Bazil
  • • cancer of the eyelids
  • Offset eyelids: 
    • • dislocations adhesions eyelids
    • • dislocations eye cracks
    • • epicanthic fold (outer and inner)

Ectropium:

  • • innate
  • • involution (nursing)
  • • scar (post-traumatic and post burn)
  • • atonic
  • Disruption merger eyelids:
    • • scar shortening of the eyelids
    • • eyelid retraction
    • • lagoftalmia (scar and paralytic)
    • • kolobome eyelids, enoftalmus

Various congenital disorders:

  • • epicanthic fold
  • • telecantus
  • • epiblefarisam
  • • scar deformity of the eyelids
  • • eyelid retraction
  • • scar lagoftalmia
  • • paralytic lagoftalmia
  • • kolobome eyelids
  • II – DISEASES TEAR DUCTS
  • • acquired impenetrability
  • • chronic kanalikulitis
  • • chronic dacryocystitis

III – DISEASES subjunctive

  • • pingvekula
  • • pterygium
  • • simblefaron
  • • ankiloblefaron
  • IV – CORNEAL DISEASE

Dystrophy:

  • • epithelial dystrophy
  • • membrane dystrophy Boumena
  • • stromal dystrophies
  • • endothelial dystrophy
  • • cataract-BEONI (keratoplasty, layered keratoplasty, kerato stretching)

Ecstasy (ectasia):   

  • • keratoconus
  • • local degeneration
  • • keratoglobus

V – MYOPIA AND HYPEROPIA

  • • Various treatments appliances
  • • different types of operations to strengthen the whites at progressing myopia

VI – DISEASES SCLERA

  • • different stafiloms front part of the sclera
  • VII – GLAUCOMA   
  • • Primary open-angle glaucoma
  • • Primary angle-closure glaucoma
  • • Glaucoma normal pressure
  • • The secondary neo vascular glaucoma:
  •   – post thrombocit
  •   – post diabetic
  •   – post uveal glaucoma
  •   – post-traumatic glaucoma
  •   – hemorrhagic glaucoma
  • • Irida-corneal endothelial syndrome
  • • Irida-corneal dysgenesis:
  •   – Rieger syndrome
  •   – syndrome Aksenfelda
  • • Glaucoma at facomatosis:
  • • Sterdža-Weber syndrome
  • • Congenital glaucoma:
  •   – Juvenile (Juvenile)
  •   – guys

VIII – A LAYER OF THE RETINA

  • • regmatogens
  • • traction
  • • exudative

IX – MACULAR PATHOLOGY

  • • hang (from the German word „Join“ – glands, WM) 
  • • atrophic form of age-related macular dystrophy
  • • layering retinal pigment epithelium
  • • cracked retinal pigment epithelium
  • • dry or exudative form of age-related macular dystrophy
  • • Central serous retinopathy
  • • Cyst macular island
  • • Maculopathy

X – DISEASES OF COURTS RETINA

Retinal vein occlusion: 

  • • nonischemic retinal vein occlusion centralis
  • • ischemic occlusion of the central retinal vein
  • • papiloflebitis
  • • hemiretinal vein occlusion

Retinal artery occlusion:

  • • occlusion of branches of the central retinal artery
  • • Central retinal artery occlusion
  • • Celioretinal artery occlusion

 

XI – DIABETIC RETINOPATHY:  

  • • non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy
  • • before proliferative diabetic retinopathy
  • • proliferative diabetic retinopathy
  • • diabetic maculopathy
  • Ocular ischemic syndrome
  • Hypertonic retinopathy
  • Sickle-cell retinopathy:
  •   – proliferative retinopathy
  •   – non-proliferative retinopathy
  •   – Macro aneurysms retinal arteries
  • Primary retinal telangiectasia:
  •   – jukstafoveol idiopathic retinal telangiectasia                                             
  •   – Leber miliary aneurysms
  •   – retinitis
  •   – innate koloboma horioidee
  • XII – A HEREDITARY RETINAL DYSTROPHY
    • Retinal dystrophy:     
  • • pigmentary retinitis
  • • progresive dystrophy heads (Kolbe),
  • • Stargardt Dystrophy
  • • fundi with yellow freckles
  • • juvenile dystrophy Besta
  • • fovea macular dystrophy adults
  • • multifocal disease
  • • pseudo inflammation macular dystrophy Sorsbia
  • • Leber congenital amaurozis
  • • congenital stationary night blindness
  • • innate monochromia
  • Horioidee dystrophy:
  • • Central areolar choroidal dystrophy
  • • Diffuse choroidal atrophy
  • • paravenous pigment. retinohorioidonal atrophy
  • XIII – CONGENITAL AMBLYOPIA DISEASES
    • General and paralytic strabismus:
  •   – Surgical treatment of strabismus in children
  •   – pleopto-ortoptic treatment
  •   – training the eye in paresis of horizontal and vertical views
  • Retinopathy of prematurity:
  •   – retinopathy of premature infants older than 1 year
  •   – Vitreoretinal Surgery of children is not done in our Center
  •   – microphtal innate.
  • XIV – ORBITAL DISEASES
    Tumors:          
  • • capillary hemangiomas (haemangiom)
  • • cavernous hemangioma
  • • pleomorphic adenoma of the lacrimal gland
  • • lacrimal gland cancer
  • • neurofibroma
  • • lymphomas (limfadenomi)

XV – NEURO OFTALMOLOGY

Optic nerve:             

  • • optic nerve atrophy
  • • neuritis optic nerve
  • • Front ischemic optic neuropathy
  • • diabetic papillopathy
  • • Leber hereditary optic neuropathy
  • • atrophy of hereditary. nerve in adults and children
  • • alcohol-smoker atrophy
  • • optic neuropathy caused by drug use
  • • Brake disk optic nerve

Congenital anomalies of the optic nerve with neurological manifestations:

  • • Druze disk optic nerve
  • • koloboma disk optic nerve in adults and children
  • • syndrome „inner light“
  • • optic nerve hypoplasia
  • XVI – TRAUMA OF THE EYE
  • • subatrophia eyeball (eyeball revitalization after a year after the trauma)                                           
  • • enucleation with the formation of locomotors cults with subsequent prosthesis                                               
  • • individual cosmetic prosthesis

LASER TREATMENT OPTHALMOLOGICAL DISEASES 

Glaucoma and complications of cataract extraction:

  • • argon laser trabeculoplasty
  • • diode-laser trabeculoplasty
  • • Nd: YAG-laser iridotomy
  • • gonioplastic
  • • horioplastic
  • • laser disc. Secondary cataracts at aphakia                
  • • Laser discizija simple and complicated hernia vitreous
  • • Laser discizija membrane in front of the eye lens
  • • Diabetes (diabetes mellitus):
    • laser treatment of diabetic macular island
    • Laser treatment of diabetic retinopathy
    • laser treatment hemophtalmos
  • XVII THROMBOSIS VEIN RETINA
    • Laser treatment of veins thrombosis and retinal macular swollen
    Myopia: – Laser coagulation of the retina around the focal point of peripheral retinal dystrophies
    – Stratification retina and cracks of retina
    – Laser blocking of cracks retina
    – Laser block (delimitation) local regantogenic layers of the retina
    – Laser blocking retina and local layers of the retina in the eyes with tamping vitreous
    cavity silicone oil or gauze
    – Laser blocking cracks after sealing extra-sclera reparation
    Chorioretinitis:
    – Laser coagulation focus chorioretinitis
    Cancer horioidea:
    – Laser treatment of cancer horioidea

More than 4 000 000 successful operations from 70 countries.

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