Karamyshev Anatoliy

Coloproctologist, surgeon
Karamyshev Anatoliy

In 2003 he graduated from the Moscow State Medical and Dental University, majoring in «Medicine», qualification «Doctor».

Has a certificate: «Coloproctology», the date of issue — February 19, 2013.

Internship on the specialty «Surgery» — Department of Hospital Surgery of the Moscow State Medical Stomatological University (2003-2004). Postgraduate education and work as a coloproctology doctor at the State Scientific Center of Coloproctology (2004-2007). Since 2008 to the present time — a doctor-coloproctologist in the department of one of the leading clinics in Moscow

Member of the Association of Coloproctologists of Russia.


  • hemorrhoids at different stages, as well as after previous operations, acute and chronic anal fissure, constipation;
  • rectocele (perineal hernia);
  • condyloma;
  • cryptite, papillitis, sphincteritis;
  • acute paraproctitis;
  • fistulas of the rectum of various degrees of complexity;
  • epithelial coccygeal passage;
  • different types of colitis;
  • ulcerative colitis (conservative and surgical treatment);
  • conservative and operative treatment of Crohn’s disease of the small and large intestine, perianal complications;
  • diverticulosis and diverticular disease;
  • benign neoplasm of colon;
  • prolapse of rectum;
  • benign anal canal and perineal formations (including various cysts, teratomas);
  • reconstructive-reconstructive operations to restore the integrity of the digestive tract after previous operations on the colon and rectum;
  • different types of stoma (condition after resection of various parts of the colon);
  • cancer of the rectum and colon.

Performed operations:

  • anal fissures, hemorrhoids (various modifications, including minimally invasive), fistulas of the rectum of different degrees of complexity, epithelial coccygeal path, acute paraproctitis;
  • perianal condylomas, polyps and villous tumors of the rectum with transrectal access, buzhirovanie structures of the direct and sigmoid (up to 20 cm) gut;
  • malignant (cancer) and benign tumors of the colon and rectum, including locally distributed;
  • diverticular disease;
  • reconstructive rehabilitation.