Overview of services offered in Radiology and Nuclear Medicine

  • X-ray examinations (incl. mammography)
  • Functional diagnostics (phlebography, gastrointestinal tract)
  • Sonography
  • Magnetic resonance imaging
  • Angiography (visualisation of vessels) and vasodilatory procedures (balloon catheter dilatation, stents)
  • Nuclear medicine


Several stations are available for conventional X-ray diagnostics in both the Radiology Department and the Accident and Emergency Unit.

  • Imaging plate system: Digital imaging allows for the computerised processing of X-ray images. The imaging plate system also permits digitalisation of examinations with the fluoroscope.
  • Digital picture archiving (PACS): The digital picture archiving system provides all images and findings on the computer, making it possible to quickly retrieve all information wherever needed  (“filmless hospital”)
  • CT scanner (spiral CT)
  • Multislice CT scanner (spiral CT)
  • Angiograph offering all options of digital subtraction angiography
  • Magnetic resonance imaging scanner (MRI)
  • Sonograph
  • Nuclear medicine: rotating gamma camera producing whole-body and tomographic images (SPECT)

Further information

We are authorised to perform cardiac scintigraphy (nuclear diagnostics), magnetic resonance imaging, radiosynoviorthesis (nuclear medicine joint therapy) and outpatient angiography under the statutory health insurance payment system.

Private patients have the full range of services at their disposal.