Health care from head to foot

A precise view of the inside of the body provides us with information about a person’s health and is the basis for comprehensive early detection. Click on a body part in the navigation menu and you can see which preventive measures we can offer you. Through the use of modern …

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Modern stroke prophylaxis using MRI

After heart disease and cancer, the stroke is the third leading cause of death in Germany. Even if the stroke does not lead to death, it can have far-reaching consequences. With a check-up using MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), we can image your brain as well as the blood vessels supplying …

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Early detection of cerebral dysfunction

With increasing life expectancy more and more people will suffer from cerebral dysfunction. With the magnetic resonance scanner (MRI) we can detect vascular dementia at an early stage here as well and initiate therapy. How is the examination carried out? The examination in the state-of-the-art magnetic resonance imaging devices is …

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Lung disease prevention with a check-up for smokers

Cigarette smoke and other air pollutants affect the respiratory organs and can lead to lung cancer, one of the most common tumour diseases with a high rate of mortality. The reason: Our body doesn’t sends early warning signals. The disease is usually diagnosed far too late and can therefore hardly …

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When your back aches

Persistent back pain is not only troublesome, but alongside heart disease also the most common cause of occupational invalidity and early retirement. We recommend an MRI screening for frequently occurring or persistent complaints, since this is currently the most reliable procedure for discovering spinal diseases. Who should have a check-up? …

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How high is your risk of osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis (reduced bone density and strength) initially causes bone deformities, whose development goes unnoticed since no specific symptoms appear. The progressive reduction of bone mineral density then leads to bone fractures, which are difficult to repair due to the low bone mass. The disease often occurs in women after menopause. …

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How good is your circulation?

Blood supplies our body with oxygen and nutrients – 24 hours a day, for a lifetime. Over the course of the years, deposits on or damage to the blood vessel walls may occur, with fatal consequences such as strokes, heart attacks, or major circulatory disorders. To ensure it does not …

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Screening of the uterus

Benign tumour growths, so-called uterine fibroids, can form in the uterus. The most common indications for treatment are bleeding symptoms up to anaemia. Menstruation pains, pressure pains with and without radiation, infertility and miscarriages may occur in connection with a uterine fibroid. Other organs can also be affected if the …

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Comprehensive early detection through breast MRI

Statistically, every tenth woman in Germany develops breast cancer. With approximately 50,000 new cases diagnosed every year, this is by far the most frequent tumour disease among women, with the trend unfortunately still rising. However, thanks to substantial improvements in screening quality, breast cancer mortality has been significantly reduced today. …

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Prostate screening: Safe using MRI-diagnostics

With 50,000 new cases each year, the prostate is the organ most commonly affected by malignant tumours among men. The causes, as with many other forms of cancer, are largely unknown. Genetic factors, high-fat diets, environmental factors, as well as hormonal influences are often assumed to be risk factors. For …

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