MUDr. Eva Krčilová (Vernerová)

Specialization: Internal medicine General practitioner

Clinics: Prague 6 – AFI

Language skills: Czech English


Curriculum Vitae

As part of her internal medicine specialization, she focuses on the differential diagnosis of the entire range of internal diseases. She is a specialist at ultrasound examination of the abdomen. She also focuses on obesitology as part of the obesitology-bariatric team.
 

Education:

1997 - 2004: Third Faculty of Medicine, Charles University, Prague

12/2010: Attestation in the field of Internal Medicine

 

Experience:

10/2004 - 5/2005 : Supporting doctor at the Department of Hematology and Blood Transfusion at the Královské Vinohrady University Hospital

Od 6/2005 - ongoing: Clinic of Internal Medicine at the Military University Hospital in Prague. From 2011 serving as a physician at the internal hospital bed department

From 2008 - ongoing: Doctor at Canadian Medical

 

Lecturing activities:

Lecturing to 6th year students at the First Faculty of Medicine, Charles University, Prague

Lecturing of Internal Medicine and Physiotherapy at the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Prague

 

Publication activities:

Solitární fibrózní tumor jater (Solitary fibrous tumor of the liver) , 2007, casuistry, Čes a Slov Gastroent a Hepatol 2007; 61(3): 135-138

 

Membership in professional associations:

Czech Medical Association of J. E. Purkyně
Czech Obesitology Association (Česká obezitologická společnost)

 

Articles and news

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Coronavirus in questions and answers

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We test for COVID-19 and its antibodies

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Flu: interview with Dr. Miluše Vostradovská on the Czech Radio Dvojka

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We would like to welcome the newest addition to our CM team, nutritional therapist Ing. Mgr. Jitka Jirků

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