Multiprofile Department of Rare Diseases

The Evex Department of Rare Diseases includes several services: nephrology, endocrinology, neurology, hematology, rare and genetic diseases. Diagnosis and management of the following diseases are carried out in the department:



  • acute nephritic syndrome;
  • idiopathic nephrotic syndrome;  
  • chronic nephritic syndrome (primary and secondary);
  • complicated and uncomplicated urinary tract infections (developed congenital anomalies, neuromuscular dysfunction of urinary bladder);
  • acute tubulointerstitial nephritis; 
  • acute and chronic renal failure;
  • inherited nephropathy;
  • rare diseases:
    • various types of tubulopathy.



  • epilepsy;  
  • neuroinfection;
  • neurocranium trauma;
  • brain blood circulation disorders;
  • chronic neurological diseases;
  • rare diseases:
    • congenital metabolic diseases of nervous system;
    • neuromuscular diseases.



  • deficiency anemia (iron and vitamin deficiency);
  • primary red cell aplasia
  • idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura;
  • rare diseases:
    • inherited blood diseases (thalassemia, microspherocytosis, fermentopathy).  



  • Type I diabetes;
  • Type II diabetes;
  • hypoglycemia;
  • thyroid gland diseases (toxic goiter);
  • adrenal gland diseases (Addison’s disease).


Rare genetic diseases

  • cystic fibrosis;
  • incomplete osteogenesis;
  • Bruton’s disease.