At our Centre, coloproctologists consult adults on ALL diseases of the colon, rectum and anus, and perform surgeries.

The most common diseases and ailments: haemorrhoids, anal fissure, anal fistula, pilonidal sinus, anal or rectal and colon polyps, rectal prolapse, rectal ulcer, etc.

Treatmentour Centre offers all the methods which are based on scientific evidence and which are available worldwide at the moment to treat proctological diseases. We customize the treatment for each patient individually and select the most appropriate surgical method. Coloproctologists prioritize safe methods which will have the least effect on the patient’s quality of life and cause the least discomfort or post-operative pain.

We make every effort to treat patients in the shortest time possible.

We examine our patients, diagnose the disease and prescribe treatment in 1 day.*
*In rare instances for the final diagnosis to be confirmed, an exam which may take more than one day is needed.

Usually the patient can go home on the same day after the surgery, or in 1-2 days in more difficult cases.

Proctology services and prices

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Regular price Regular For clients who are not covered by compulsory health insurance
Consultation of the coloproctologist

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Primary consultation of associate professor of Medicine, Dr. Med. coloproctologist

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Primary consultation of Prof.Hab.Dr.coloproctologist

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Colonscopy

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Ligature ring

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Preparation for rectoscopy

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Rectoscopy (with digital examination and anoscopy)

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Removal of coprolith from rectum

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Sample taking from rectum region

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Suction ligature

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Taking of biopsy specimen (during gastroscopy, colonoscopy and rectoscopy)

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Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time (APTT)

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Automated blood analysis (33 analytes with the reticulocytes)

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Automatic blood test (26 analytes)

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Creatinine (CREA)

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Laboratory tests kit carried out before a day surgery at MDC

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Macroscopic examination of operative and biopsy material (one object) - level IV

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Rest electrocardiogram (ECG)

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Extirpation of pyelonidal sinus

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Extirpation of pyelonidal sinus

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Extirpation of pyelonidal sinus

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Hemorroidectomy (combined)

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Hemorroidectomy (with an anal block)

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Lateral sphinterotomy

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Low fistula surgical excision

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Surgical treatment of paraproctitis

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Surgical treatment of paraproctitis (high-scale)

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Anal block

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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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Epidural anaesthesia

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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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Pain reduction after operation

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Spinal anaesthesia

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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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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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Doctors

Assoc. prof., MD  Dulskas Audrius
Assoc. prof., MD Dulskas Audrius

Surgeon, Coloproctologist

Assoc. prof., MD Dulskas Audrius

Surgeon, Coloproctologist

  • LT, RU, EN, DE
  • Working hours
MD  Radziunas Gintautas
MD Radziunas Gintautas

Coloproctologist, Endoscopist, Abdominal surgeon

MD Radziunas Gintautas

Coloproctologist, Endoscopist, Abdominal surgeon

  • LT, EN, RU
  • Working hours
Prof. MD  Samalavicius Narimantas Evaldas
Prof. MD Samalavicius Narimantas Evaldas

Abdominal surgeon, Coloproctologist

Prof. MD Samalavicius Narimantas Evaldas

Abdominal surgeon, Coloproctologist

  • LT, RU, EN
  • Working hours

For the treatment of some proctological diseases to be successful, close cooperation between the coloproctologist and gastroenterologists, endoscopists, surgeons, and other specialists is needed.

Frequently asked questions

Contact a coloproctologist if:

  • you have noticed unusual symptoms in your anus;
  • you have noticed mucus in your anus;
  • your anus feels itchy or painful;
  • you have noticed blood in your stool;
  • you have noticed prolapsed haemorrhoids.

Sometimes these symptoms indicate some other diseases, not of the proctological kind, but this should be evaluated by the doctor.

First, the doctor will listen to your complaints (what symptoms you have been experiencing and for how long) and examine you—examine the anal canal with insertion of a finger or rectoscope—if needed.
These exams usually suffice to detect haemorrhoids, fissures, or fistulas.
If the doctor suspects you having a colon polyp, you will be advised to undergo a colonoscopy, endoscopy of the large intestine.

You and your doctor will discuss if you need additional exams and how to prepare for them.
After a thorough examination, the proctologist will be able to offer you treatment options and answer any related questions.

Thanks to modern medicine, unpleasant sensations during proctology exams are reduced down to the minimum, so the patient truly has nothing to worry about. If the disease is diagnosed in time, doctors have more treatment options available to them and patients have a higher chance of recovery and better quality of life.

We recommend fasting for 3-4 hours prior to a consultation with a proctologist and having a cleansing enema (you can buy the micro-enema Microlax at the pharmacy) 2 hours in advance.

Do not delay. Take care of yourself