Colonoscopy is an endoscopic method for the diagnosis and treatment of colon disease, which could be used for removal of polyps and biopsy.
Colonoscopy examination is recommended for:
- Screening for colon (colorectal) cancer as a method for asymptomatic and at-risk individuals. Asymptomatic and risk free subjects should be screened for colorectal cancer from the age of 50.
- the detection of colon pathology.
- removing polyps, stopping acute lower gastrointestinal haemorrhage, marking the tumour and more.
Do not delay! Timely detected diseases can be easily and completely cured.
Centre standard price Eur with a referral letter Centre For clients who are covered by compulsory health insurance
Regular price Regular For clients who are not covered by compulsory health insurance
Anestheological aid during colonoscopy
Anestheological aid during colonoscopy (with Anexate)
Anestheological aid: monitoring, care during procedure or surgery
Endoscopic tattooing of colon lesion
Taking of biopsy specimen (during gastroscopy, colonoscopy and rectoscopy)
What factors affect the price?
The prices indicated below apply to citizens of the Republic of Lithuania and the European Union.
If you are coming from another country please check the price by telephoning or sending an email.
When are the examinations are carried out:
Why it is worth choosing us
- The examination is performed under analgesia. The patient does not experience unpleasant sensations.
- The examination is carried out by qualified, highly experienced professionals.
- Modern, safe and reliable medical equipment from the world's leading manufacturers is used.
- All endoscopes and their accessories are disinfected and sterilized in accordance with hygiene standards and ISO procedures.
Good to know
Colonoscopy is performed using intravenous general anaesthesia, so the subject does not experience any discomfort. The examination is supervised by an anaesthesiologist-reanimatologist and the patient does not experience any discomfort.
If polyps are detected during colonoscopy, a separate procedure - endoscopic polypectomy - is carried out to remove them.
General anaesthesia is applied to a patient before examination. The patient is lying on the side during the examination. A special device, a flexible thin endoscope, is slowly introduced through the anus, allowing the doctor to examine the entire large intestine.
The duration of the examination is 15-60 minutes. After examination, the patient is still asleep for a while.
You will spend 2-3 hours at the clinic.
- After colonoscopy examination you will spend around 1 hour in the waking ward.
- You may feel bloated, pain. This usually goes away quickly.
- Within 24 hours after anaesthesia we do not recommend driving a vehicle or operating machines. Abstain from alcohol.
- Drink enough fluids. You can eat, but do not overeat.
- Seek immediate medical attention if 1-2 days after a colonoscopy examination: You experience sudden onset of severe abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting; body temperature rises above 37.5 ° C, you experience chills; you feel dizzy, faint, increased bowel movement with blood or clots.
- If the polyps have been removed during the procedure, do not work for a few days, carry or lift heavy items.
- If you have a biopsy or a polyps removed during the procedure, the histological findings and recommendations regarding follow-up or repeated procedure will be emailed to you.
Since colonoscopy is performed under general anaesthesia, you should come with an accompanying person because you cannot drive a car after the examination.