For diagnostic purposes, we mainly use computer tomography (CT) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The latest equipment of the different technologies is available. Our aim is to make the best diagnosis with the best, fastest and least invasive imaging technology.
CT and MRI offer different advantages: CT is faster, has better imaging of bones, calcifications and blood, whereas MRI offers better imaging of different tissue structures. CT uses X-rays to generate the images, whereas MRI uses magnetic fields and radio waves. X-rays are also used for fluoroscopy. In all examinations with X-rays, care is taken to keep the duration and radiation dose as low as possible.
In addition to our neuroradiological focus, musculoskeletal, abdominal, cardiological and urogenital examinations are also offered.