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Magnetic resonance tomography
Magnetic resonance tomography is a fast and harmless diagnostic method that involves no radiation. It provides exact information on pathological changes and has also proved to be highly suitable in preventative medicine.

Magnetic resonance angiography (vascular diagnostics)

Magnetic resonance angiography is a completely painless and reliable vascular imaging method. No catheter is required for this. For most examinations, a contrast medium is used so that the vessels' interior walls can be imaged clearly and precisely (please take note of our contrast medium information sheets). The resultant image is called an MR angiogram and can help to detect numerous vascular diseases.
Frequent applications
  • evaluation of the cerebral vessels (arteriosclerosis, aneurysm, arteriovenous malformations)
  • examination of the aorta and the carotid arteries (aneurysm, dissection, stenosis, occlusion)
  • analysis of the renal arteries, for example in the case of hypertension
  • examination of the pelvic and leg arteries in the case of circulatory disorders (e.g. peripheral artery disease)
  • examination of the mesenteric vessels (in the case of abdominal angina or digestive problems)
  • evaluation of dialysis shunts
  • examination of the arteries of the upper arm, lower arm and hand (in the case of lateral differences in blood pressure or symptoms of Raynaud’s phenomenon)
  • analysis of the pulmonary vessels (e.g. in the case of pulmonary embolism)
  • diagnostics of the deep leg and pelvic veins (to rule out thrombosis)