In addition to the diagnosis and therapy of thyroid aliments, nuclear medicine plays an important role in the identification, detection, and treatment of cancer, heart disease, the examination of the brain and the central nervous system, rheumatism and skeletal disorders and many other indicators.
An ultramodern SPECT-CT double-headed camera is being utilized by the nuclear medical diagnostic department. With the nuclear slice process SPECT, organ functions, cell metabolism and other functional parameters in the human body can be visualized.
The department has made direct payment arrangements with the Carinthian social insurrance company (ÖGK). Patients that are insured at other companies can forward the paid invoice to their social insurance provider for reimbursement.
- Outpatient clinic for thyroid diseases - examination of the thyroid glands, hormone status, scintigraphy, sonography, ultrasound-guided fine needle aspiration biopsy
- Brain scintigraphy
- Lymph node scintigraphy
- Kidney scintigraphy
- Heart scintigraphy
- Skeletal scintigraphy
- Lung scintigraphy
- Inflammation scintigraphy
- Radiosynoviorthesis (RSO): Nuclear medical joint therapy for the treatment of painfully inflamed joints caused by rheumatism or arthritis.
Univ. Prof. Ewald Kresnik, MD
Specislist for nuclear medicine
Head to the Department of Nuclear Medicine
T: +43 (0) 4242 3044 35623
Anika Haimann, MD
Specialist for general medicine
T: +43 (0) 4242 3044 35670
Dr. Rene Schellander
Specialist for nuclear medicine in training
T: +43 (0) 4242 3044 35612
T: +43 (0) 4242 3044 35657
Secretary, medical reports
T: +43 (0) 4242 3044 3155