University Hospital of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich (LMU)
Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology
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The Department focuses on gastroenterology, hepatology and metabolic diseases and covers the entire range of services and treatment modalities in this spectrum of internal medicine. Gastroenterology is a subspecialty of internal medicine concerned with diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, liver and pancreas.
Department of General, Abdominal, Endocrine and Minimally Invasive Surgery
Diagnostic tests for cholecystitis #154113
Beside general surgical primary care, the department of general, abdominal, endocrine and minimally invasive surgery has two specific medical emphases: visceral surgery and endocrine surgery. A separate focus of the department is on the surgery of abdominal oncological diseases.
The Department of Abdominal Surgery in Schwabing diagnoses and treats all kinds of diseases of the organs of the abdominal cavity - conservative, interventional and surgical. Here gastroenterologists, hepatologists and visceral surgeons work hand in hand and guarantee the patient an optimal, interdisciplinary care.
The Department of General and Abdominal Surgery treats patients with inflammatory diseases, benign or malignant tumors of abdominal cavity and abdominal wall. Usually, hernia and gallbladder surgeries are performed with the use of minimally invasive techniques.
Department of General, Abdominal, Vascular and Thoracic Surgery
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The Department of General, Abdominal, Vascular and Thoracic Surgery at the Martha-Maria Hospital in Munich specializes in endocrine surgery, minimally invasive surgery, gastrointestinal surgery (all gastrointestinal diseases that require surgical treatment), pulmonary surgery, vascular surgery...
Ultrafast computer tomographs (UCT): This is the most accurate and rapid method for diagnosis. These computer tomographs make the most delicate structures inside your body visible by taking very thin slice images of your organs and vessels with a special X-ray tube.