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Departments, subdepartments and diseases


Centre of Hepatology, Gastroenterology and Dietetics consists of three departments. Patients from all parts of Lithuania are examined and treated in the Centre, new and modern diagnostic and treatment methods (in particular, minimally invasive) are provided by the Centre. Experienced staff works in the Centre, doctors are well trained in modern diagnostic and treatment methods, their goal always being the best results attainable.

The Department of Hepatology and Gastroenterology (50 beds) is headed by physician gastroenterologist Saulė Brašiškienė since 2004. Patients with diseases of digestive tract (esophagus, stomach, duodenum, small and large bowel), pancreas, liver, gall bladder and biliary ducts are treated there. This is the only Department of hepatology (liver diseases) in Lithuania where patients with various liver diseases (viral, autoimmine, liver cirrhosis, etc.) are examined and treated, including patients before and after liver transplantation. Experienced and highly skilled physicians’ gastroenterologists work in the Department: Arida Buivydiene, Ramunė Bytautiene, Ilona Savlan, Artautas Mickevicius, Audrone Buineviciute, Tomas Jucaitis, Valda Zydeniene, Vilma Uzdaviniene. Professors and associate professors of the Centre of Hepatology, Gastroenterology and Dietetics visits patients daily, medical doctor, dietetic physician, Edita Gaveliene provides consultations for them.



Head of the department of Hepatology
and Gastroenterology dr. Saule Brasiskiene

Endoscopic diagnosis and minimally invasive surgery department is headed by physician gastroenterologist-endoscopic Juozas Stanaitis. This department is involved in colorectal cancer screening program. Endosonoscopy test is used to determine the stomach, esophagus, pancreas, gall bladder and bile ducts tumor stages; stomach and esophageal subepithelium derivatives diagnostic. Since 2006 endoscopic esophageal varicose veins ligation of rubber rings in patients with liver cirrhosis is performed. For over 4 years department uses stenting technique with self-expanding metal stents of bile duct, stomach-duodenum, colon and esophageal. Since 2008 considerable experience in treating patients with chronic pancreatitis has accumulated.


Head of the Endoscopic diagnosis and minimally invasive
surgery department assoc. prof.  Juozas Stanaitis.

Atnaujinta 2014-10-31
Straipsnis parodytas: 7893 kartų(kartus)
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