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Monday 12:00 - 21:00
Tuesday 12:00 - 21:00
Wednesday 12:00 - 21:00
Thursday 12:00 - 21:00
Friday 12:00 - 21:00
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Our specialist clinic for ear, nose and throat disease Tragus allows us to diagnose ORL diseases, perform preoperative preparations, post-operative care and monitoring. 

Diagnostics procedures take place in modern conditions with top of the line equipment and are carried out by trained and dedicated staff who have years of clinical work experience. 

We are especially suited to perform endoscopic ORL region examinations. With rigid or flexible endoscopy, using cameras and high-resolution monitors and high precision we will easily and thoroughly examine the difficult to reach crevices and areas of the ear, nose and throat. 

According to our research we are the only clinic in the city that offers phoniatric examinations using endo videostroboscopy which is a high-resolution camera that allows us to thoroughly examine vocal cords and form precise diagnosis with the ability to photographically document the findings for every patient and offer quality evaluation of therapy results. 

This method is especially important when diagnosing paralysis and paresis of the vocal cords, early tumorous processes and professional diseases (among singers, journalists, lecturers…) 

In one place we can carry out the entire process starting from diagnostics, to treatment and our polite staff and pleasant ambiance will make your visit to the doctor a pleasant experience. 

Our team: 

  1. Doc dr. sc. med. Milanko Milojevic, otolaryngologist
  2. Dr. Vasil Hristov, otolaryngologist
  3. Dr. Dragoslava Djeric, otolaryngologist
  4. Ass. dr. sc. med. Jelena Sotirovic, otolaryngologist/phoniatrician
  5. Dr. scs med. Dejan Radaljac, otolaryngologist/phoniatrician
  6. Ass. Dr. Jelena Vukovic, pulmonologist
  7. Dr. Deana Tucakovic Parabucki, allergologist
  8. Speech therapist Radmila Cvorovic
  9. Surdologist Sanja Simonovic

The services available at our clinic include: 

1. ORL examination:

- Audiometry

- Tympanometry 

- Calorie testing 

- Position testing 

- Flexible laryngoscopy 

-  Rigid endoscopy 

- Endo videostroboscopy 

- Speech therapy 

- Intratympanic installations 

-  Ear rinsing 

2.  Pulmonological examination:

- Spirometry 

- Bronchial dilation test 

- Prick skin testing for inhalation allergens 

- PPD probe 

3. Allergology examination 

- Nasal provocation test 


Our clinic also provides operative treatments under local anesthesia as well as general endotracheal anesthesia in cooperation with the top hospitals in our country. 

Ear surgery: 

  1. Otoclysis - ear shape correction - on children done with general and on adults under local anesthesia. Post-operative recovery may include low-grade pain. 
  1. Installing drainage-aeration tubes. Chronic secretory otitis - that affects preschool children is the most common cause for this intervention. 
  1. Stapedoplastics 

Otosclerosis is an inner ear disease that leads to gradual hearing loss. The surgical technique that resolves this condition is called stapedoplastics and falls under the category of microsurgical techniques. After a favorable surgery result, which is the norm, it brings the patient immense and immediate relief in their social life and general life quality. 

  1. Timpanoplastica is the common term for a large number of micro-surgical procedures that resolve middle ear conditions, usually chronic inflammations with or without cholesteatoma. The goal is to remove any pathological processes and improve hearing. Special attention is given to patients suffering from cholesteatoma which has the tendency to spread to the surrounding structures of the middle ear. 
  2. Cochlear implant - artificial ear
    Cochlear implant is the solution for the most severe hearing damages and deafness in certain cases. This procedure involves installing a highly sophisticated implant into the patient’s inner ear with the goal of directly stimulating the hearing nerve whose preservation is the key factor in the success of this procedure. Candidates for this type of procedure are children and adults and the time passed between the damages occurring and the procedures is very important for successful rehabilitation. 
  3. Labyrinthectomy is a surgical procedure that deconstructs the inner ear. It is performed on patients suffering from advanced stadiums of Meniere’s disease, when medication therapy hasn’t achieved sufficient results. If a patient is suffering hours of dizziness and nausea every day despite maximum levels of medication and it prevents normal life, this procedure is recommended. The benefits include symptom relief, but there is also a drawback in damaging the hearing function, which is something the patient is notified of before the procedure. 
  4. Miringoplastia
    Is a surgical procedure that resolves ear drum perforation. The goal is to seal up the communication between the middle ear with external middle, preventing ear infection and improving hearing. The eardrum defect is closed through muscular fascia, periosteum and similar material harvested from the patient. 



Throat surgery:


  • Tonsillectomy
    This procedure is usually done for preschool aged children due to chronic inflammation of tonsils. Still, even adults can comfortably have this surgery and it can bring immense relief in certain cases. 
  • LMS vocal cord surgery
    Laryngo Microscopy is a surgical technique which under endotracheal anesthesia microscopically and in detail examines the structures of the throat, larynx and upper esophagus. Most frequently this procedure is used to remove polyps on vocal cords. In other cases, LMS is a preparatory procedure during which we take tissue sample for pathohistological examination. 
  • Soft palate surgery - uvulopalatoplasty
    Patients diagnosed with soft palate surgery as well as elongated and enlarged  uvula that causes snoring are directed to have this procedure. It is done under general anesthesia using a radiofrequency knife and in most cases it completely eliminates periods of apnea during which breathing completely stops which can lead to neurological disorders. 



Nose and sinus surgery:

    1. FESS – functional endoscopic nose and paranasal cavity surgery
      FESS is a common name for a variety of nose and sinus surgeries that resolves chronic inflammations, polyps, cysts, mucokels, chronic tear duct inflammations, benign tumors, certain malignant conditions and so on. Without previously made cuts on facial skin which is common for classical sinus surgeries, FESS allows an insight into all sinuses (maxillary, ethmoid, sphenoid and frontal), define the pathological process and remove it. All other healthy structures in the nose cavity and sinuses are spared the surgical trauma. 
    2. Septoplasty
      Nose screen deviation surgery, i.e. septoplasty is a functional nose surgery done in order to maintain normal nose breathing patterns. Symptoms of septum deviation usually involve difficulties breathing through the nose, blockages, frequent bleeding, repeated sinus inflammations, headaches...nose septum surgery is done through one nostril without any external cuts. Upon completion, tampons are placed inside of both nostrils whose role is to prevent hematoma. Tampons stay in the nose for four days and after removal it’s important to perform maintenance to moisten the nasal mucosa and create conditions for its recovery. It takes around a month to fully recover the normal function of the nose. It’s important to mention that septoplasty has certain limitations regarding the patient’s age, which is that it shouldn’t be done before the age of 18. 
    3. Radiowave surgery of the nasal conchae
      Hypertrophy of the lower nasal conch usually occurs due to thickening of the mucosa or the nasal structure. There can be various reasons for those changes. It could be a change that follows the deformation of the septum, an allergic reaction, mucosa inflammation due to overuse of nasal drops or other causes. With chronic enlargement of the nasal conch the usual method is laser reduction or radiofrequency technique. 



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