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Preventicum Diagnostic Сlinic Essen

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Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology (327017)

Thomas Zadow Eulerich

Dr. med.

Thomas Zadow Eulerich

Specialized in: diagnostic and interventional radiology

About the Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology at Preventicum Diagnostic Сlinic Essen

The Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology at the Preventicum Diagnostic Сlinic Essen provides the full range of medical services in the area of its ​​specialization. The department's clinical practice is focused on imaging tests of various organs and anatomical structures of the body. In the field of interventional radiology, the department's specialists perform CT-guided pain therapy for pain in all regions of the spine, as well as MRI-guided pain therapy for pain in the lumbar spine. The department is headed by Dr. med. Thomas Zadow Eulerich.

The department is equipped with an innovative Skyra 3T MRI scanner and a modern computed tomography system, which uses the minimum dose of radiation during scanning. The department's radiologists cooperate closely with all the specialists of the clinic. The long clinical experience of the medical team combined with advanced technical equipment allows the doctors to perform accurate diagnostics, which is the key to successful treatment outcome.

Computed tomography is an indispensable imaging diagnostic method that allows assessing the state of various organs and anatomical structures of the human body. The department performs CT scans of the head and brain, spine, abdominal organs, lungs, heart and blood vessels of the whole body. The department's doctors work with one of the most advanced CT scanners available on the international medical market. The method of computed tomography involves X-ray imaging of the required body area, and therefore the main advantage of the CT system used in the department is the minimum dose of radiation, which reduces the risks to the patient's health. During the diagnostic examination, the patient lies motionless, while the X-ray tube rotates around him transilluminating the body from different sides. The device makes X-ray images from different angles. These scans are further formed in a complete image. In a matter of seconds, the computer processes thousands of scans obtained and reproduces cross-sectional images of the body. In some cases, the patient receives an intravenous injection of a contrast agent in order to increase the information content of the CT scanning. Computed tomography is an absolutely painless procedure.

The department's radiologists also actively use magnetic resonance imaging. The essence of this diagnostic method is the use of nuclear magnetic resonance. MRI is performed on Skyra 3T MRI Scanner. The MRI method is of the greatest value for examining both central and peripheral nervous systems. During MRI, a scanner takes a series of images of human tissues and organs in various projections. After processing and assessment, these images allow the doctors to assess the state of various organs. The procedure takes about 10-20 minutes, during which the patient is advised to lie still, otherwise the doctor will not be able to obtain good images.

The department's medical team also specializes in CT- or MRI-guided periradicular therapy. The procedure relieves pain in the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine. The use of CT or MRI for image guidance of the therapeutic manipulation ensures its maximum safety – the drug is injected directly into the affected area. Complications after periradicular therapy are very rare.

The department's range of medical services includes:

  • Diagnostic tests
    • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
      • Whole-body magnetic resonance imaging
      • Abdominal magnetic resonance imaging
      • Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging
      • Cerebral magnetic resonance imaging
      • Vascular magnetic resonance imaging
      • Spinal magnetic resonance imaging
      • Musculoskeletal magnetic resonance imaging (joints, muscles)
      • Pelvic magnetic resonance imaging
      • Virtual colonoscopy
    • Computed tomography (CT)
      • Computed tomography of the head, brain, paranasal sinuses
      • Spinal computed tomography
      • Pulmonary computed tomography
      • Cardiac computed tomography
      • Abdominal computed tomography
      • Pelvic computed tomography
      • Whole-body computed tomography of the vessels
    • Special diagnostic tests
      • Computed tomography of the teeth and jaws
      • 3D reconstruction of the skeleton, bone mineral density measurement 
      • Cardiac MRI stress test
      • Prostate MRI 
      • CT and MRI scans for suspected epilepsy
  • Interventional therapeutic procedures
    • CT- or MRI-guided periradicular therapy 
  • Other diagnostic and therapeutic options

Curriculum vitae of Dr. med. Thomas Zadow Eulerich

Dr. med. Thomas Zadow Eulerich completed an internship in the Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology and Neuroradiology at the University Hospital Essen. He specializes in diagnostic scans (MRI and CT) and interventional pain therapy. After corresponding advanced training (Medical Association of North Rhine), Dr. Thomas Zadow Eulerich became the Head of the Department of Quality Management in a modern clinic. At the moment, the specialist successfully works in the Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology at the Preventicum Diagnostic Сlinic Essen.

Of particular clinical interest to Dr. Eulerich is computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging and interventional pain therapy.

Photo of the doctor: (c) Preventicum Facharztzentrum

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