Filipce Venko

Filipce Venko


Filipce Venko

Eminent Neurosurgeon holding a worldwide reputation for excellence, and an impressive track record of over 20 years of professional experience in the field of neurosurgery, with performed +4000 neurosurgical interventions (craniospinal) and +200 endovascular interventions. Highly proficient in the surgical treatment of invasive and open surgical procedures for the treatment of tumours, spinal disorders, epilepsy, hydrocephalus and other neurological conditions. Creating protocols that meet the patient needs and executing the evaluation with data analyses to successfully use the assessment generated
by patients, overseeing treatment efficacy and quality of care. Performing duty as appointed Minister of Health (2017-2022), continuously represented healthcare leadership with transparency and accountability when dealing with the public. Effectively identified, addressed and fixed clinical, administrative and operational issues in health approaches in a systematic and structured way. Successfully handled a variety of crises, analyzed scenarios from varied standpoints, and made strategic and evidence-based decisions, meantime remaining calm, objective and solutions-focused. Significantly improved the
budget security in the healthcare system development with productive financial planning, ensuring the resources needed for patients’ treatments are available. Managed and increased the number of staff members to achieve patient safety, assuring that interpersonal and professional conflicts did not decrease productivity or negatively affect patient health. Demonstrated remarkable diplomatic skills in establishing the best collaboration ever within the Ministry of Health with various international organizations, including the World Health Organization (WHO), World Bank, European Bank for
Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), United Nations (UN), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), and United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). Effectively communicated and negotiated with a diverse group of stakeholders which has resulted in the implementation of numerous successful initiatives and programs aimed at improving public health outcomes.
Succeeded to advance the profile of the Ministry of Health through tireless joint efforts with international organizations, and generated a significant impact on the healthcare sector through the synergistic partnership that has had a tremendous impact on the health and well-being of the population. The previous mention placed the Ministry of Health at the forefront of global health initiatives with the vision for a better and more accessible healthcare system whose legacy of valuable collaboration and progress will continue to
shape the future of healthcare for years to come. Established excellent cooperation on a regional level in the framework of the Berlin Process during the COVID-19 pandemic, and worked closely with my counterparts in the region to ensure a coordinated response to the crisis, sharing best practices and resources to enhance the effectiveness of our efforts. Played a key role in facilitating regular virtual meetings among regional Health Ministers to discuss the latest developments and coordinate our response. This level of
cooperation allowed us to address the challenges posed by COVID-19 more effectively, providing a strong foundation for future collaboration in the region. While previously holding the position of assigned Special Advisor for health to the Prime Minister, performed a profound understanding of how health policies, rules and regulations impacted the population. Advised crucial approaches for functional adaptation of the system to any changes in the laws that affected the health sector, creating the way for public health policy implementations. Established strategic development with global medical device manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies and laboratories to consolidate the latest medical innovation techniques. As an acting Professor of Neurosurgery and a leading author in neurosurgical journals, expanding the new developments in clinical practice through the performance of educational activities with proven ability in diagnosing and treating brain disorders and the nervous system. Mentoring new medical talents with coaching, and education, being an inspiration to their growth and supporting them in their professional development journeys. Simultaneously, leading the “ZAEV Program for raising public health awareness” within the framework of the “ZAEV FOUNDATION – ONE SOCIETY FOR ALL”, aimed at promoting human health (the complete state of physical, social, and mental well-being) and adequate health care
(prevention and management of diseases, illness, and other health-impacting conditions) as the most important precondition for saving human life, dedicated to promoting better health and well-being through education and awareness. Implementing the Foundation’s mission through a range of programs and initiatives, empowering individuals and communities with the knowledge and tools they need to take control of their health and lead healthier lives. Working on educating people on the importance of regular check-ups, healthy lifestyles, and disease prevention by raising public health awareness and encouraging positive health behaviours, providing a brighter and healthier future.

Minister of Health in the Government of the Republic of North Macedonia
2017 – 2022

Elected Professor of Neurosurgery | Medical Faculty Skopje 2021

Special Advisor for health to the Prime Minister of the Republic of North Macedonia H.E Mr. Zoran Zaev 2017 (June-December)

Elected Assistant Professor | Medical Faculty in Skopje 2017
Neurosurgeon 2008

Appointed Assistant Professor of Surgery | Medical Faculty Skopje 2004


Minister of Health in the Government of the Republic of North Macedonia
Achieved exceptional progress in reducing the mortality rate among premature babies

This was accomplished through close collaboration with UNICEF, the World Health Organization (WHO), and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), successfully implementing a strategy aimed at improving maternal and newborn care. The result of this effort was a reduction in the mortality rate from 26% to 8%, which is in line with the average rate in the European Union, and a trend of continuous improvement. The strategy involved investing in modern equipment and training for the staff in the Gynecology and Obstetrics Clinic and the Pediatric Clinic. The successful implementation of this plan is a direct result of the constant improvement and modernization efforts, as well as the investment in modern equipment, carried out during my mandate.

Organized a massive vaccination campaign in the country in response to a measles outbreak in 2018

The effort was supported by UNICEF and the World Health Organization (WHO) and resulted in an excellent increase in vaccination coverage. The vaccination rate against measles rose from 68% to an impressive 99.5%. This success is evidence of the power of collaboration and the critical role of international organizations like UNICEF and WHO in promoting public health.

Enabled widespread access to innovative oncology therapy treatment according to the highest standards established by the EU, ensuring their safety and efficacy

Developed a significant transformation in recent years in healthcare, with over thirty new, cutting-edge molecules being made available to patients in need, especially those suffering from severe chronic and oncological diseases. The introduction of these new treatments has had a particularly profound impact on the field of oncology. Patients with cervical, ovarian, breast, lung, colorectal, and melanoma cancers can now receive biological therapy, providing them with access to the latest and most effective treatments available. This has allowed patients with breast cancer to receive the highest quality and most innovative biological therapies, with the added convenience of being able to receive screening at multiple centres across the country. These treatments are in line with the latest guidelines established by the European Association of Medical Oncologists.

Generated sustainable solution for all spinal muscular atrophy patients in the country to be covered with therapy

Established our country as a leader in providing comprehensive and unrestricted therapy for patients suffering from spinal muscular atrophy. With the assistance of highly-skilled experts in the field, we have been able to identify the most innovative medicines that are critical for saving lives and improving the quality of life for those affected by this condition. As a result, no patient with spinal muscular atrophy in our country was without adequate therapy or was prevented from starting the necessary procedures to receive treatment. This placed us among a select few nations globally and within Europe that is committed to providing the best possible care.

Produced significant development in addressing the treatment of patients with rare diseases

Through effective governance and leadership, oversaw the process of increasing budgets and improving access to innovative therapies. This resulted in the provision of nine new medicines within just two years of my mandate, including treatments for Gaucher disease, familial amyloid neuropathy, anemia, pulmonary fibrosis, and pulmonary hypertension. This achievement has placed North Macedonia among the most developed countries in Europe in terms of its ability to provide innovative treatments for rare diseases. Additionally, my efforts have delivered the implementation of Spinraza for seven children in the country, making North Macedonia one of the first countries in the region to do so. These initiatives proved my commitment to improving healthcare outcomes for those with rare diseases and are a testament to the effectiveness of my leadership and governance in this critical

Improved the health and well-being of those with diabetes and led to the successful introduction of 5 innovative types of insulin, by initiating crucial reforms and amendments to the Law on Medicinal Products and Medical Devices

These insulins not only protect the heart and blood vessels but also enhance the quality of life for those who use them. We achieved this milestone by implementing crucial reforms and amendments to the Law on Medicinal Products and Medical Devices. Gone were the days of unreliable parallel imports of insulin and diabetes therapy. We have abolished the practice and replaced it with a system that only allows the importation of original, certified insulins that are used in developed European countries. This change ensured that patients receive high-quality insulin with guaranteed safety and efficacy. The new system also ensures that the necessary temperature control measures are taken during transportation so that the therapy remains effective and safe for use.

Accomplished crucial investment to improve the treatment options for patients with malignant diseases

This investment has led to a significant increase in the number of drugs and
biological therapies available to patients, ensuring that these treatments are
accessible and no longer require patients to seek care abroad. Additionally, the
implementation of a new radiation therapy strategy has brought the level of
treatment for malignant diseases in the country close to European Union standards. These efforts improved healthcare outcomes and provided patients with the best possible care. The increased availability of treatments for malignant diseases is a confirmation of the commitment to improving healthcare access and outcomes for all.

The Ministry of Health made history during the Covid-19 crisis in 2020, by successfully organizing North Macedonia’s first-ever heart transplant

This was a significant accomplishment throughout a challenging situation and paved the way for six more successful transplants in the following years.

Enforced the legislation change of the Law on Health Protection, following the good practices of the Hellenic Republic

This has resulted in a new era for young doctors in our country. For the first time, they had the chance to play an active role in the public health system. Upon completing their medical training and obtaining a license, young doctors were integrated into the network of health centres and fairly compensated for their work. With the inclusion of newly trained doctors into the public health system, the Ministry of Health along with the support of the Government assured that the country invested in their future, providing them with the opportunity to use their skills by gaining practical experience in emergency medicine, vaccination clinics, and patient care programs. The reform not only provided young doctors with the chance to grow professionally and fairly compensation, but it also helped retain the country’s medical talent by preventing brain drain.

Effectively resolved the problem of drug shortages by implementing the measure to abolish prescription drug quotas
The issue of drug shortages, which caused significant stress among the public, was resolved with the elimination of the quotas, allowing citizens to obtain their necessary medications from any pharmacy at any time. In addition to alleviating the shortage problem, the elimination has also brought about positive changes to the drug prescription process. The process has become more rational and controlled, with a clearer understanding of the responsible use of drugs. This has led to a more efficient and effective healthcare system, providing citizens with the peace of mind that they can access the medications they need.

Supported the launching of the “Parent House” – a joint project of the Ministry of Health and the Citizen Association “SANO” from Skopje

Our mission of constructing a house was to offer support and comfort to parents who are not from Skopje and have children undergoing treatment in the hemato-oncology department at the hospital. The house consisted of four fully-equipped apartments with bathrooms, and common areas including a kitchen, dining room, and living room for all residents to enjoy. We emphasized the importance of keeping children’s minds and spirits high during treatment, which is why we have provided a specially equipped room for education and entertainment and a library for children to engage in leisure activities. In addition to providing a comfortable stay, we also recognized
the emotional toll that comes with a child’s hospitalization. To support the parents during this difficult time, we offered workshops for psycho-social support to help them manage their emotional well-being. Overall, our goal was to create a supportive and nurturing environment for the parents and their children during their hospitalization and treatment.

Installed new medical equipment in hospitals throughout the country with a focus on improving healthcare accessibility

This investment aimed to bring various health services closer to patients, making it easier for them to receive the necessary care. The installation of this new equipment has greatly improved the healthcare experience for patients and has contributed to the overall improvement of the country’s health system.

Demonstrated a commitment to improving healthcare outcomes by taking over all activities of the Global Fund in the country with a governmental investment of 1.5 million euros

This was achieved through close collaboration with non-governmental organizations working in the field, highlighting the inclusive approach to sharing capacities and knowledge. This effort not only allowed for a more efficient use of resources but also showed that the best possible care was provided to those in need. The investment in this initiative is a clear outcome of the dedication to improving healthcare outcomes for all and a commitment to working with a wide range of partners to achieve this goal. Reached significant milestones in improving women’s reproductive rights The restrictive Abortion Law was changed in the National Parliament, and all
administrative barriers that delayed the procedure for termination of pregnancy were abolished with the new Law on Termination of Pregnancy. This process put women first in society, respecting their right to choose and their integrity. My efforts were supported by a wide range of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), demonstrating the power of collaboration in promoting equality and women’s rights. The changes made under my mandate represent a major step forward in protecting women’s reproductive health and rights and to my commitment to creating a fairer and more inclusive society.

Provided a significant impact on the lives of health workers by increasing their salaries in a significant way

The investment of close to 30 million euros over two and a half years made a
difference of almost 100% in the salary of a specialist doctor compared to previous years. This policy was designed to not only improve the financial well-being of health workers but also to increase their dignity and encourage young doctors to remain in the country. The increase in salaries for health workers is one of the biggest benefits in recent decades, and it is a testament to my devotion to improving the lives of those who provide essential care to the people of the country. The investment in health worker salaries demonstrated my leadership and vision for a better, more equitable healthcare system.

Established close cooperation with the World Bank, resulting in a 90 million euro investment aimed at improving the social and health systems in the country

This significant investment testifies to my ability to forge partnerships and secure funding to support the important work of the Ministry of Health. My commitment to working with international organizations to bring resources and support to the country is proof of their dedication to improving healthcare for all. The partnership with the World Bank is an example to create mutually beneficial partnerships that result in tangible benefits for the people of the country. The 90 million euro investment will have a lasting impact on the social and health systems of the country, and it represents an important step forward in the ongoing effort to ensure access to quality healthcare.

Implemented substantial development in the recognition and treatment of victims of sexual violence

With the support of UNDP and UNFPA, centres were established for the first time in the country, providing a much-needed resource for those who have suffered from sexual violence. This represents a major milestone in the country’s efforts to address this issue and provide care for those affected. The collaboration with UNDP and UNFPA demonstrates their commitment to creating a safer and more supportive environment for all members of the community. The centres are providing essential services to those who have experienced sexual violence, including medical care, counselling, and support. The efforts to establish these centres demonstrate their dedication to improving the lives of all citizens, regardless of their experiences. With the establishment of these centres, victims of sexual violence have access to the care they need, which will is helping to promote healing and recovery.

Arranged a massive Covid-19 vaccination campaign in 2021 with the
Ministry of Health, leveraging the primary health sector and utilizing large sports halls as vaccination centres

As a result of these efforts, the country achieved a vaccination rate of 70%,
positioning it among the highest in the region.

Collaborated closely with crucial partners such as WHO, US and EU
Embassies, and international financial institutions during the Covid-19 crisis, which posed a major challenge to the healthcare system in the country

With the concerted effort of all health workers, every patient who required
hospitalization was able to receive it. With my team, we implemented preventive measures and recommended restrictions on movement, and even managed to successfully organize the election process amidst the difficult pandemic situation. This achievement is a testimony to the dedication and teamwork of all those involved in the Ministry and the healthcare sector in the country.

Granted the “November 13” Award as Leader of the team of medical
professionals who made history in the Macedonian healthcare system by successfully performing a groundbreaking surgical procedure implantation of a vagus nerve stimulator (2021)

For the first time in our country, a 36-year-old patient received an implantation of a vagus nerve stimulator. This innovative therapy is designed for individuals with the most severe form of epilepsy, unable to find relief from traditional medication. During the procedure, a small electrostimulation device was implanted in the patient, stimulating the vagus nerve to reduce the frequency of seizures. In some cases, patients with this severe form of epilepsy can experience up to ten seizures per day. The device is wirelessly adjustable, allowing for personalized treatment and improved patient outcomes. The Ministry of Health has officially recognized this surgical method as a regular therapy for individuals with the most severe form of epilepsy. This life-changing procedure not only enhances the well-being of patients but also offers them the opportunity to receive treatment in their own country, eliminating the need for costly and time-consuming travel for medical care. With this innovative solution, patients can receive the care they need in a familiar and accessible setting, greatly improving their overall quality of life.

Elected Vice President of the Social Democratic Union of Macedonia
(2020 – 2021)

As a Vice President of the Social Democratic Union of Macedonia, results-driven political leader with the excellence of successful coordination and communication with all coalition partners to align priorities and achieve common goals, provided strategic guidance and leadership to party members and representatives, and represented the party in high-level negotiations and discussions with government officials and other political organizations. Successfully managed the organization of parliamentary elections during the height of the pandemic, developing and implementing special protocols to ensure the safety of voters and staff, collaborated with local and national authorities to ensure compliance with all regulations and guidelines, managed a team of election organizers and oversaw all logistics and operational details, ensuring a smooth and efficient election process.


Elected Professor of Neurosurgery,

Medical Faculty Skopje (2021)

+4000 neurosurgical interventions (cranio-spinal)
+200 endovascular interventions
Switzerland (2012)

Won the ESBS Award Contest 9th Congress of the European Skull Base Society (ESBS)
Rotterdam, Netherlands (2009)


Journal of Computed Assisted Radiology and Surgery

Supported and helped Project HOPE assess the need for surgical services
Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
As a healthcare professional, I was honored to collaborate with Project HOPE on a critical mission to assess surgical needs in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. Muhimbili National Hospital plays a crucial role in providing essential surgical services to the majority of the Tanzanian population, offering a diverse range of surgical specialties to meet their needs. During my visit, I had the opportunity to tour the various surgical departments at Muhimbili, engaging in discussions with my peers about the scientific and operational aspects of their work.
I also witnessed live surgeries, exchanging knowledge and experiences with the
surgeons, anesthesiologists, nurses, and support staff. Despite its efforts, Muhimbili National Hospital faces numerous challenges on a daily basis. In some departments, a lack of basic equipment hinders specialists from performing even the simplest procedures. In other departments, the lack of specialized personnel presents a major challenge, even with the presence of adequate equipment.
To address these challenges, I worked with the Muhimbili management team to find ways to improve surgical services through the continuation of donation programs and the recruitment of highly specialized professionals through the volunteer program. Additionally, I made a significant impact on patient care and treatment by providing high-quality donated medicines and medical supplies. Based on my assessment and recommendations, Project HOPE not only recruited specialists through the volunteer program, but also established a long-term training program for some of the identified areas, supported by well-trained medical volunteers.
Project HOPE is a highly esteemed global health organization that has been at the forefront of providing critical health services and education to communities in need worldwide. Since its establishment over 60 years ago, the organization has been unwavering in its mission to advance sustainable progress in global health through a multi-pronged approach that includes medical training and education, delivery of vital medicines and supplies, and timely response to emergencies.

PhD in Neurosurgery (2016)

Fellowship in Endovascular neurosurgery interventional Neuroradiology
Department of Neuroradiology Zurich (Prof. Valavanis) (2012)

Master’s degree in Medical Sciences (2011)
University “St Cyril and Methodius” Medical Faculty Skopje, “Role of the
endoscopy in an assisted manner to micro neurosurgery”

Neurosurgeon, state exam (2008)

Department of Neurosurgery, Dardinger micro neurosurgery Laboratory, Ohio
State University, Columbus, Ohio USA (2008)

Fellowship, minimally invasive surgery of the skull base and spine (with Mario
Ammirati MD.MBA., Ehud Mendel MD.FRCS., E. Antonio Chiocca MD.Ph.D)

Department of Neurosurgery (Jamal Taha MD.) (2007)
Kettering Medical Center, Dayton Ohio USA: Three months stay, spine surgery

Academic residency (2005 – 2006)
Neurosurgery at the Medical Faculty in Belgrade, Serbia

Neurosurgery residency | Medical Faculty Skopje (2002 – 2008)

University Department of Neurosurgery | Medical Faculty Skopje (2002)

Postgraduate studies in Neurosurgery | Medical Faculty Skopje (2002)

Licensed for medical work | Skopje, Macedonia (2002)

Internship, University Department of Thoracic and Vascular surgery
University Department of Cardiology, Medical Faculty Skopje (2001-2002)

Graduate Medical Faculty-Skopje |University “Ss. Cyril and Methodius” (2001)


Lecturer- skull base dissection course
University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland (2016)

Invited lecturer
Euroacademia Neurotraumatologica Multidisciplinaria
Novi Sad, Serbia (2016)

Macedonian-Japanese neurovascular conference (2016)

Lecturer at the 5th WFNS Symposium
Tehran, Iran (2016)

Organizer of “Days of Neuroscience”
Joint Meeting of Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts and South East
European Neurosurgical Society (2014)

Invited Speaker
3rd Congress in the Danube Carpathian Region “Controversies in Neurosurgery”

Invited Speaker
Joint Meeting of Macedonian Neurosurgery Society and Macedonian
Anesthesiology Society (2014)

Invited Speaker
Macedonian Association of Anesthesiologists Meeting (2013)

Invited Speaker
2nd Macedonian ENT Congress (2012)
WFNS-World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies,

Local Organizer
Educational Course in Macedonia (2012)


Intrerventional neuroradiology course Zurich, Universitas Spital Zurich
Switzerland (Prof. Valavanis) | August 2014

Intrerventional neuroradiology course Zurich, Universitas Spital Zurich
Switzerland (Prof. Valavanis) | August 2013

White Matter Dissection Course, Department of Neurosurgery Universitas
Spital Zurich (Dr Krayenbuhl) | August 2012

Interventional neuroradiology course Zurich, Universitas Spital Zurich
Switzerland (Prof. Valavanis) | August 2012

Interventional neuroradiology course Zurich, Universitas Spital Zurich
Switzerland (Prof. Valavanis) | August 2011

Microsurgical skull base approaches course, Department of Neurosurgery
Zurich, Switzerland (Prof. Bertalanffy) | August 2010

Interventional neuroradiology course Zurich, Universitas Spital Zurich
Switzerland Switzerland (Prof. Valavanis) | August 2010

IV International Workshop on Neurosurgical Endoscopy. Marmara University
Medical Center and Acibadem University, Istanbul Turkey
(Prof. Memet Ozek) | October 2009

Spine Bone Symposia, James Cancer Hospital, OSU, Columbus Ohio USA
(Ehud Mendel MD.FRCS) | May 2008

Albert Rhoton Anatomy Course, at AANS Meeting Chicago, USA | April 2008

Albert Rhoton Anatomy Course at 8th ESBS Congress, Prague, Czech Republic
May 2007

AO Spine, course for spine surgery (biomechanics, cadaver workshop),
Graz, Austria | 2004

Neurosurgery Department, Graz, Austria: two weeks, visitor/observer | 2004


Macedonian – Native proficiency
English – Full professional proficiency (C2)
Serbian – Full professional proficiency (C2)
Croatian – Full professional proficiency (C2)
Bulgarian – Full professional proficiency (C2)


Mario Ammirati MD. MBA
Department of Neurosurgery N1025 Doan Hall 410W 10th Avenue
Columbus Ohio 43210 | Tel: 614 293 1970

Ehud Mendel MD. FACS.
Department of Neurosurgery N1025 Doan Hall 410W 10th Avenue
Columbus Ohio 43210 | Tel: 614 293 5346

Prof. Dr. Vaso Antunovic
Institut za Neurohirurgiju. Ul Visegradska 10
Beograd Serbia | Tel: 381 11 361 8444

Prof. Dr. Miroslav Samardzic
Institut za Neurohirurgiju. Ul Visegradska 10
Beograd Serbia | Tel: 381 11 361 8444

Professor Anton Valavanis
Department of Neuroradiology, University Hospital Zurich
Frauenklinikstrasse 10, 8091 | Zurich, Switzerland


1) Sternotomy in Surgical Treatment of Anterior Spinal Pathology to the Upper
Thoracic (T2-T4) Segment

2) Quantitative Analysis of Surgical Exposure and Angle of Surgical Freedom
Obtained by Endoscope and Microscope in the Retrosigmoid and Various
Posterior Petrosectomy Approaches to the Petroclival Region Using CT-Based
Frameless Stereotaxy

3) Outcome of Purely Endoscopic Surgery for Pituitary Adenoma: A Systematic
Review of the Literature

4) Quantitative Analysis of Surgical Exposure and Angle of Surgical Freedom
Obtained by Endoscope and Microscope in Various Approaches to the Anterior
Communicating Artery Complex Using CT-Based Frameless Stereotaxy (Link:

5) Quantitative and qualitative analysis of the working area obtained by endoscope and microscope in various approaches to the anterior communicating artery complex using computed tomography-based frameless stereotaxy: A Cadaver Study

6) Late Diagnosed Cervical Spine TBC Spondylitis: Case Report

7) Follow-up of Metabolic Effects induced by a High-Fat Diet and Streptozotocin in Model of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

8) Six-week follow-up of metabolic effects induced by a high-fat diet and
streptozotocin in a rodent model of type 2 diabetes mellitus

9) Endoscopy Assisted Microneurosurgery in Cadaver Model

10) Selective and Superselective Angiography of Pediatric Moyamoya Disease
Angioarchitecture: The Anterior Circulation

11) Selective and Superselective Angiography of Pediatric Moyamoya Disease
Angioarchitecture in the Posterior Circulation

12) Symptomatic epileptogenic lesions

13) Operative treatment of Degenerative Lumbar Spine

14) Excellent Outcome after Early Surgery for Ruptured Middle Cerebral Artery Aneurysm Complicated with Intracerebral and Intraventricular Hemorrhage: A Case Report

15) First Case of Endovascular Treatment of Ruptured Internal Carotid Artery
Aneurysm Using Stent Assisted Coiling at the Department of Neurosurgery in
Skopje (Link:

16) Outcome of Early Versus Late Operated Patients Due to Subarachnoid
Hemorrhage from Ruptured Intracranial Aneurysm

17) Outcome of Early Versus Late Operated Patients Due to Subarachnoid
Hemorrhage from Ruptured Intracranial Aneurysm

18) Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of the Working Area Obtained by the
Microscope and Endoscope in Different Surgical Approaches to the Acom and BA Region

19) The Effects of Vasospasm and Re-Bleeding on the Outcome of Patients with Subarachnoid Hemorrhage from Ruptured Intracranial Aneurysm

20) Carpenter Syndrome – Case Report and Treatment

21) Circonscript Subcutaneous Arteriovenous Malformation of the Head

22) Trigonocephaly – Our Experience and Treatment in the Republic of
Macedonia (Link:

23) Cerebral Oxygenation Non Invasive Monitoring in Traumatic Brain Injury – A Pilot Study (Link:

24) Hemodynamic and Bispectral Changes During Pin Insertion in Craniotomy
Effect of Locally Infiltrated Bupivacaine

25) Hemodynamic and Bispectral Changes During Pin Insertion in Craniotomy
Effect of Locally Infiltrated Bupivacaine

26) Hemodynamic and Bispectral Changes During Pin Insertion in Craniotomy
Effect of Locally Infiltrated Bupivacaine

27) Current regulatory approaches for accessing potential COVID-19 therapies

28) The use of Remdesivir outside of clinical trials during the COVID-19

29)Endoscopic Transsphenoidal Hypophisectomy versus Microscopic
Transsphenoidal Surgery in the Treatment of Pituitary Adenomas: Evaluation of Results in Terms of Ophthalmic Affection

30) Single-Stage Treatment of Extensive Aortic Pathology Using the Frozen
Elephant Trunk Procedure (Link:

31) Single-Stage Treatment of Aneurysm of the Distal Aortic Arch and Proximal Descending Aorta Using the Frozen Elephant Trunk Procedure. Case Report

32) Bilateral Renal Angiomyolipomas and Subependymal Giant Cell Astrocytoma Associated with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex: a Case Report and Review of The Literature  (Link:

33) Superior sagittal sinus thrombosis in childhood – a case report

34) Insight in the Current Progress in the Largest Clinical Trials for Covid-19
Drug Management (As of January 2021)

35) Association of the chronic kidney disease urinary proteomic predictor CKD273 with clinical risk factors of graft failure in kidney allograft recipients

36)Endoscopic Transsphenoidal Hypophisectomy versus Microscopic
Transsphenoidal Surgery in the Treatment of Pituitary Adenomas: Evaluation of Results in Terms of Ophthalmic Affection

37) Brachial Plexus Injuries – Review of the Anatomy and the Treatment Options

38) Association of the chronic kidney disease urinary proteomic predictor CKD273 with clinical risk factors of graft failure in kidney allograft recipients (Link:

39) Prevalence of Allelic Variants and Clonality of IGHV1-69 Expressing B-Cells in with Different Severity of COVID-19 Disease (Link:

40) Endolymphatic Sac Surgery And Posterior Semicircular Canal Fenestration
For Meniere’s Disease (Link:

41) A Rare Case of Superior Ophthalmic Vein Thrombosis and Thrombocytopenia Following ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 Vaccine Against SARS-CoV-2 (Link:

42) Gaucher disease in North Macedonia: Unexpected prevalence of the N370S
GBA1 allele with attenuated disease expression

43) Single-Center Descriptive Statistical Analysis of Glial Tumors with Reference to Glioblastomas

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