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The Department of Nuclear Medicine at the University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus Dresden is distinguished due to ist high professional competence in the field of diagnosis and treatment by open radionuclides. The treatment by open radionuclides has been provided in the Department since 1970. The most common treatment form is thyroid radioiodine therapy.
University Hospital of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich (LMU)
Department of Nuclear Medicine
The Department of Nuclear Medicine offers for both in- and outpatients the full range of modern diagnostic and therapeutic techniques of nuclear medicine including pediatric nuclear medicine and is the largest medical facility of its kind in Germany. The international recognition is approved by ISO 9001:2015 certification.
The Department of Nuclear Medicine offers patients the full range of modern diagnostic and treatment methods in the field of nuclear medicine. The department is known as the largest medical facility of its kind in the South-West Germany. Treatment of thyroid diseases and oncological pathologies belongs to the main priorities of the department.
The Department of Nuclear Medicine offers the full range in this medical focus. The main activities of the department include PET-CT diagnostics of oncological diseases, neurological and cardiological diseases, scintigraphy of bones, thyroid gland, kidneys, myocardium, radioimmunotherapy, pain therapy and radioiodine therapy.
The Department of Nuclear Medicine at the University Hospital of Würzburg provides all diagnostic and therapeutic procedures with the use of open radioactive sources. The Department has 14 special beds for medical care. There are annually treated over 1,300 patients.
The Department of Nuclear Medicine at the University Hospital Erlangen offers the entire spectrum of diagnostic and therapeutic methods in this field. The special innovative focuses include PET/CT, SPECT/CT and innovative therapeutic methods of nuclear medicine, such as peptide radio-receptor therapy for neuroendocrine tumors, radioembolization of liver tumors and prostate cancer treatment with the use of radioligands to the Prostate-Specific-Membrane-Antigen (PSMA).
The Department of Nuclear Medicine at the University Hospital of Halle (Saale) offers not only common and proven types of scintigraphic diagnosis and treatment, due to the use of an effective radiochemotherapy, but also such methods as SPECT/CT and PET/CT with various tracers and current radiopharmaceuticals. The Department is headed by Dr. med. Andreas Odparlik, specialist in nuclear medicine and diagnostic radiology.
The Department of Nuclear Medicine at the University Hospital Muenster offers all diagnostic and treatment options in the field of nuclear medicine at the highest medical and technical level. The Department specializes in the treatment of thyroid cancer and different oncological diseases. The Department is headed by Prof. Dr. med. Michael Schäfers.
The Department of Nuclear Medicine at the Essen University Hospital performs numerous tasks in the diagnosis and treatment of the entire field of nuclear medicine. With the appropriate recommendations, the Department carries out all radioisotope examinations. A particular attention is given to the diagnosis (and treatment) of thyroid, especially care of patients with thyroid cancer, the diagnosis and treatment of endocrine tumors, as well as myocardial, skeletal scintigraphy and radioisotope examinations in childhood.
The Department of Nuclear Medicine at the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf offers its patients the entire spectrum of modern radioisotope diagnosis. The peculiarities of the Department include the so-called multimodal methods that involve procedures carried out simultaneously with computer tomography. To carry out PET/CT, the Department has innovative radiopharmaceuticals for the examination of patients with prostate cancer and neuroendocrine tumors.
Department of Nuclear Medicine and Clinical Imaging Diagnosis
The Department of Nuclear Medicine and Clinical Imaging Diagnosis at the University Hospital Tubingen offers a wide range of services in the field of innovative nuclear medicine and molecular diagnosis. The medical director of the Deparment is Prof. Dr. med. Christian la Fougère. Through the use of radioactive marked drugs (as well as radioactive indicators developed in the University Hospital Tubingen), there is carried out an effective targeted therapy since the applied radiation has a minimal depth of penetration.
The Department of Nuclear Medicine offers the entire spectrum of radioisotope diagnosis and radionuclide therapy. In the field of imaging diagnosis, the department is equipped with the state-of-the-art two-chamber systems of single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) in its all three units, including a few hybrid SPECT/CT – systems of innovative construction, as well as the advanced PET/CT – (PET: positron emission tomography) systems with the Time-of-Flight function for the highest image quality.
One decisive advantage of nuclear medicine is that nuclear-medical examinations – in addition to other imaging methods (such as X-ray examination, sonography) – allow an optimization of diagnosis in many cases due to visual representations of different metabolic processes. The physicians of the Department of Nuclear Medicine under the direction of Prof. Dr. med. Uwe Haberkorn are proud to use the above mentioned possibilities of nuclear medicine for the well-being of patients.
The Department of Nuclear Medicine under the direction of Prof. Dr. med. Felix M. Mottaghy offers all currently available diagnostic and therapeutic methods of nuclear medicine. All modern therapy types of nuclear medicine are carried out in the nuclear therapy ward with 6 beds. They include radioiodine therapy for the treatment of benign and malignant diseases of thyroid, peptide receptor radionuclide therapy (PRRT), selective internal radiotherapy (SIRT) and radioimmunotherapy.
The Department of Nuclear Medicine offers the full range of services in this field. The key clinical focuses include the diagnosis and treatment of tumors, thyroid, kidney, brain and heart diseases. To do this, doctors have at their disposal all the necessary medical equipment of the latest generation, for example, devices for PET-CT, SPECT/CT, MRI, etc.
The Department of Nuclear Medicine at the University Hospital Dusseldorf has an outpatient clinic of nuclear medicine with the entire spectrum of scintigraphy varying from diagnosis of thyroid and skeleton and up to the exchange of amino acids in case of brain tumors and diagnosis of metabolism at other malignant oncological diseases. The head of the Department is Prof. Dr. med. H.-W. Müller.