Dr sci. med. Milutin Kozomara


Dr sci. med. Milutin Kozomara


  • 1976 Graduated from the Faculty of Medicine in Belgrade
  • 1978 After completing his medical internship and military service, he was employed at the Urological Clinic of the Clinical Center of Serbia
  • 1982 Defended his master’s thesis entitled: “Place and importance of partial cystectomy in the treatment of bladder tumors”.
  • 1983 Passed the specialist exam in urology
  • 1988 Defended his doctoral dissertation entitled: “Total cystectomy in the treatment of bladder tumors”

Work experience:

  • In 1994, he was elected to the title of scientific associate at the Faculty of Medicine in Belgrade. He is a lecturer and mentor at specialist and postgraduate studies for doctors specializing in urology, surgery and gynecology.
  • since 1994, he has been the head of the department at the KCS Urology Clinic
  • from 2017 Ars Medica Beograd

Professional training:

He trained in the Netherlands, Denmark and England in ultrasound diagnostics of the urogenital tract. In 1987, he introduced ultrasound diagnostics, transrectal probe examinations and biopsies of the prostate and kidneys under ultrasound control at the KCS Urology Clinic. He participated in the theoretical and practical education of doctors on specialization, general practice doctors and specialist doctors in the fields of urology, internal medicine, radiology and other specialties. He was a lecturer at the Yugoslav, later Serbian, ultrasound school. He trained and dealt with operative surgery of benign and malignant diseases of the urotract, as well as endoscopic urology.


He is a member of the urology section of the Serbian Medical Society

Association of Urologists of Serbia (UUS)

European Association of Urologists (EAU)

World Association of Urologists (SIU)


Ultrasound diagnostics of upper tract tumors (UUTT), 4th Mediterranean Congress of Urology, Monduzzi Editore, International Proceedings Division, September 6-10, 1995, Rhodes (Greece), 403-406;

Nephron sparing surgery for kidney tumors, British journal of Urology 80, supp.2, sept. 1997, 144.

Echogenicity of focal changes in prostate cancer diagnosed by transrectal sonography,  Archivum Urologicum, Suppl. Vol. 22, 2000. Belgrade, No. 62-63: pp. 124-125

The predictive value of PSA in diagnosis of prostate cancer in non-screened population, Acta Chir Yugosl. 2006; 52:81-88;

Testosterone and dihydrotestosterone levels in the transition zone correlate with prostate volume, The Prostate 2017, 9999:1-11;

He is the author of 4 chapters on urology in the book “Ultrasound in Medicine”, Elit Medica, Belgrade 1997, pp. 463-501;