University Hospital Jena

Jena, Germany

Department of Nuclear Medicine

Martin Freesmeyer

Dr. med.

Martin Freesmeyer

Specialized in: nuclear medicine

The Department of Nuclear Medicine at the University Hospital Jena offers the entire spectrum of diagnosis and treatment in the field of nuclear medicine. The head of the Department is Dr. med. Martin Freesmeyer. Nuclear medicine is a branch of science, which applies safety, painless and economically advantageous methods of diagnosis and treatment of somatic diseases. The difference of nuclear medicine from other kinds of medical imaging, e.g., X-ray, lies in recording of both organ function and structure as opposed to X-ray diagnosis, which main objective includes imaging of normal and pathologic anatomy. Thus, nuclear medicine enables receiving of the medical information, which could be otherwise received only by means of surgery or more expensive diagnostic procedures.

The range of the provided services in the Department of Nuclear Medicine at the University Hospital Jena, headed by Dr. med. Martin Freesmeyer, includes:

  • Conventional diagnosis by means of gamma-camera
    • Inflammations: scintigraphy of inflammatory processes
    • Heart: myocardial scintigraphy (especially, in case of loading ischemia/pre-operationally)
    • Lungs:
      • Perfusion scintigraphy
      • Perfusion and ventilation scintigraphy (especially, pulmonary embolism)
    • Lymph efflux: lymph efflux (sentinel lymph node)
    • Gastrointestinal tract:
      • Pancreatic scintigraphy
      • Liver SPECT
      • Spleen scintigraphy (SPECT)
      • Meckel’s diverticulum
      • Search for the bleeding source
    • Adrenal gland
      • Adrenal medulla
      • Adrenal cortex
    • Parathyroid gland: scintigraphy of the parathyroid glands
    • Nervous system:
      • Dopamine transporter
      • Scintigraphy
      • Scintigraphy by means of dopamine receptors D2
      • Scintigraphy of cerebrospinal fluid space
    • Kidneys/ urinary tract
      • Functional scintigraphy (tubular clearance)
      • Glomerular clearance
      • Statistic scintigraphy
      • Functional scintigraphy with captopril (renal artery stenosis)
    • Thyroid
      • Functional scintigraphy
      • Radioactive iodine test
      • General scintigraphy by iodine
      • Functional scintigraphy with PET/CT
    • Skeleton
      • Skeleton scintigraphy
      • Octreo-Scan
  • PET/CT
  • Therapy
    • Radioactive iodine therapy
    • Radiosynovectomy (of shoulder, elbow, ankle, hand joints)
    • Radiosynovectomy (of knee joint)
    • Selective internal radiotherapy SIRT
    • Peptide receptor radionuclide therapy (PRRT)
    • Xofigo therapy
    • Pain therapy (metastases into skeleton)
    • MIBG therapy (malignant pheochromocytomas and neuroblastomas)
    • Zevalin therapy (Non-Hodgkin’s lymphomas) 

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