Methods of diagnostics and therapy




Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a medical imaging technique used primarily in medical diagnostics to visualize internal structure, the function of tissues and body organs.

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Computed Tomography (CT)

In Germany, Computed Tomography may only be performed by radiologists.

Unlike a regular x-ray examination, CT creates not only a simple silhouette, but also a cross-sectional image of the corresponding organ or body section.

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Mamma Diagnostics

The Radiologische Allianz offers the whole range of breast diagnostics along with the newest equipment.

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Nuclear Medicine/SPECT/Scintigraphy

Nuclear medicine has existed for many decades. It is an important component of diagnostics and therapy.

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Digital X-ray

X-rays are electromagnetic waves which are produced with an X-ray tube for medical purposes. In German, they are named after Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, who discovered them in 1895 in Würzburg.

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PET/CT (in the PET/CT Centre of Hamburg)

PET/CT – the most modern diagnostic procedure in oncology – reliably tracks down cancerous cells due to their increased metabolism, thus making it possible to diagnose cancer precisely, while it is still in its early stages.

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Neuroradiology is the examination and treatment of diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system with the help of imaging procedures such as Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) und Computed Tomography (CT).

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Radiation Therapy

Radiation Therapy

Radiation Therapy or Radiooncology plays an important role in the treatment of malignant diseases. Nowadays, about 45 to 50% of all people who suffer from cancer (children and adults) can be cured with the help of modern treatment procedures. 50 to 60% of those who have been cured have undergone radiotherapy as part of their treatment.

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Periradicular Therapy (PRT)

Periradicular Therapy (PRT) is a form of therapy that can be used in case of chronic back pains which are caused by changes in the intervertebral discs (e.g. herniated disk). The treating physician inserts a thin needle into the area of the nerve root and/or into the small vertebral joint.

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Gamma Knife (in the ICERA)

This method is presented on a separate website: Visit our ICERA website (opens in a new browser tab)

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