The rate of breast cancer continues to grow in Lithuania. Breast cancer is the most common cancer of women in the world. However, if diagnosed in time, breast cancer can be cured.

The most common diseases and ailments: breast cysts, mastopathy, benign breast lumps (fibroadenoma, phyllodes tumour, adenoma, intraductal papilloma), cyclical/non-cyclical breast pain, fat necrosis, breast cancer, etc.

Treatment: At our Centre, we consult women on all breast diseases and perform all necessary exams and some breast surgeries. If breast cancer is suspected or diagnosed, women are referred to an oncology health facility.

A breast oncosurgeon (mammologist) at our Centre usually diagnoses the disease and prescribes treatment in 1 day.*
*Sometimes for the final diagnosis to be confirmed, an exam which may take more than one day is needed. The doctor or medical staff performing the exam will inform you if this is the case.

Mammology (breast oncosurgery) services and prices

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Regular price Regular For clients who are not covered by compulsory health insurance
Consultation of gynecologist (mammologist)

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Consultation of the doctor oncochemotologist

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Consultation of the surgeon ( Dr. A.Mudėnas)

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Primary consultation of associate professor of Medicine, Dr. Med. surgeon (V. Petraitiene)

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Repeated consultation of gynecologist (mammologist)

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Mammogram of one breast

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Mammography of both breasts

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Ultrasound examination of breast and (or) the underarm lymph nodes

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Ultrasound examination of breast and (or) the underarm lymph nodes

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Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT)

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Antibodies of thyroid peroxidase (ATPO) (thyroid microsomal antibodies)

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Aspartate Aminotransferase (AST)

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Automatic blood test (26 analytes)

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Carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA)

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Cholesterol (CHOL)

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Cytological examination of fine needle aspiration material, performed by doctor

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Cytological examination of smears of biological fluids, scrapings with centrifugation (except vaginal and cervical smears), performed by doctor

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Cytological examination of vaginal smears, smears of phlegm, smears from nose, ear, tongue, performed by doctor

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Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)

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Free thyroxine (FT4)

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Glucose (GLU)

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Laboratory tests kit carried out before a day surgery at MDC

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Oestradiol (E2)

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Prolactin (Prol)

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Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH)

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Thyroxine (T4)

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Total vitamin D (25-OH)

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Tumor marker (CA 15-3), (breast CA)

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Fine needle aspiration of superficial tissues, thyroid, breast, lymphatic node.

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Removal of sutures after surgery

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Wound dressing (low scale)

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Breast removing

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Breast removing

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Excision of benign tumor from the breast

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Excision of benign tumor from the breast

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Excision of benign tumor from the breast (with local anesthesia)

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Sectorial breast resection

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Sectorial breast resection

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Drugs after operation - benzodiazepine antagonist (Anexate)

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Endotracheal anaesthesia (first 2 hours)

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Endotracheal anaesthesia (for every additional hour)

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Face mask anaesthesia

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Face mask anaesthesia

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Intravenous anaesthesia

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Intravenous anaesthesia

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Local narcosis (surgical intervention or invasive procedure)

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Ward attendance (24 hours)

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Ward attendance (3 - 6 hours)

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Ward attendance (3 hours)

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Ward attendance (6 -12 hours)

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Fraxiparine 0,3 ml (1 amp.)

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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.

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When are the examinations are carried out:

The time of specific tests and associated data are presented here.
The time of pathology and citology examinations here.

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Patients about us

Doctors

Vitko Julija
Vitko Julija

Echoscopist, Gynaecologist obstetrician, Breasts oncosurgeon

Vitko Julija

Echoscopist, Gynaecologist obstetrician, Breasts oncosurgeon

  • LT, RU, EN
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MD  Petraitiene Vida
MD Petraitiene Vida

Surgeon (oncology)

MD Petraitiene Vida

Surgeon (oncology)

  • LT, RU, DE, FR, EN
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Luksyte Audrone
Luksyte Audrone

Oncologist-chemotherapist

Luksyte Audrone

Oncologist-chemotherapist

  • LT, RU, EN, PL
  • Working hours
Mudenas Algimantas
Mudenas Algimantas

Breasts oncosurgeon

Mudenas Algimantas

Breasts oncosurgeon

  • LT, RU, EN, PL
  • Working hours

For the treatment of breast diseases to be successful, close cooperation between the breast oncosurgeon (mammologist) and endocrinologists, obstetricians-gynaecologists, and other specialists is often needed.

FAQ (frequently asked questions)

Every woman who is 18 years old or over, has given birth, has had problems breastfeeding, is undergoing treatment with an obstetrician-gynaecologist or endocrinologist should have their breasts screened. However, if a woman experiences growing breast pain before menstruation more than 3 years after giving birth, notices a discharge from the nipples or feels a lump in her breasts, we recommend contacting a doctor without delay, because these may be the signs of mastopathy or other breast diseases. Any woman who has a close relative who has had breast cancer should have breast screening once a year from the time they turn 18.

Women who are 40 years old and over are recommended to have a screening every year.

If there are no indications, women should have their first mammography when they are 40 years old, so that later, when they undergo regular screenings under the breast cancer prevention programme, which is aimed at all 50-70 year-old women, it will be possible to see any changes in the breasts.

Women have a higher risk of developing breast cancer, if they:

  • have a genetic predisposition;
  • have benign breast conditions;
  • have been diagnosed with atypical epithelial proliferative changes in the breasts;
  • have never had a full-term pregnancy or have had late pregnancies;
  • have been taking hormone replacement therapy for more than 5 years;
  • have been taking contraceptives for more than 10 years;
  • are overweight;
  • have a poor diet;
  • smoke, consume alcohol;
  • are not physically active.

A higher risk is also associated with starting menstruation early and going through menopause late in life.

Don’t delay, take care of yourself now