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Department of dermatology and venerology

Dr. Edita Naruseviciute-Skripkiene
dermatology, venerology

About the department

The department of dermatology and venerology at Kardiolita Hospital Vilnius offers dermatologists advice on treating skin diseases and aesthetic dermatology. The department also diagnoses and treats sexually transmitted infections and allergic diseases. The medical team uses only advanced treatment methods that meet the latest international standards. Doctors have exceptional experience in hair transplantation for alopecia or genetic predisposition to hair loss. The department specialists use the DHI method of hair transplantation, which is the most effective. This technique allows transferring the hair follicle from the donor area to where it is desirable to restore the hair or increase its density. For patients, the DHI method has several advantages, as there are no noticeable scars, the procedure is outpatient and practically painless, and up to 90% of transplanted hair takes root.

The scope of the department's tasks includes the conservative treatment of acute and chronic inflammatory skin diseases, autoimmune diseases, and benign and malignant skin tumours. Doctors have the latest generation Quadro Star PRO YELLOW laser at their disposal, which can be used to treat vascular lesions, hypertrophic scars and pigmented skin lesions. Particular attention is also paid to aesthetic dermatology, so procedures such as mesotherapy, bio revitalization, and injections of hyaluronic acid or botulinum toxin are available in the department.

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Treatment and diagnostic focus of the department

Diagnosis: 

  • Inflammatory skin diseases
  • Atopic dermatitis
  • Hives
  • Sexually transmitted diseases
  • Atheromas, warts, skin molluscs, keratomas, papillomas, nevi
  • Freckles
  • Superficial varicose veins and capillaries
  • Vascular formations of the skin
  • Hypertrophic scars
  • Acne and acne (pustules)
  • Rinofima
  • Alopecia

Diagnostic: 

  • Anamnesis 
  • Clinical examination 
  • Dermoscopy (the examination of the skin using skin surface microscopy)
  • Trichoscopy (a method of hair and scalp evaluation)
  • Laboratory tests 
  • Ultrasound examination 
  • Urine samples 
  • Semen culture test (to identify the microorganism that causes an infectious) 
  • Speculum examination 
  • Smear test (a sample of cells from the cervix for an infection)
  • Computed tomography (CT scan)
  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Treatment:

  • Drug therapy
  • Antibacterial therapy
  • Antihistamine therapy
  • Removal of various skin lesions
  • Treatment of pigmented skin lesions
  • Hair transplantation
  • Mesotherapy
  • PRP therapy
  • Biorevitalization
  • Hyaluronic acid injections for wrinkles
  • Botulinum injections
  • Reduction of vascular malformations of the skin
  • Alexandrite laser hair removal
  • Other treatment services
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Doctor profile

Education

  • 2001 - 2007 Master's degree, medical doctor qualification at Faculty of Medicine, Vilnius University
  • 2007 - 2008 Doctor intern at Faculty of Medicine, Vilnius University
  • 2008 - 2012 Doctor dermatologist at Faculty of Medicine, Vilnius University

Experience

  • 2013 - 2017 Dermatologists at PI Santariškės Clinics of Vilnius University Hospital
  • Since 2017 Dermatologist at Vilnius, Kardiolita Hospital

Awards, memberships, publications

  • Lithuanian Society of Dermatovenerologists 
  • European Academy of Dermatovenereologists
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