Oncological Diagnostics

Radiological diagnostics play an important part in oncology. First, the sectional imaging processes computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance tomography (MRT) help to localize tumours and ascertain their extent. In addition, these processes are suitable for demonstrating or ruling out the presence of metastases in the body.

During and after treatment with chemotherapy or radiation, the therapy’s success can be evaluated with the use of CT and MRT.

The extremely modern apparatus technology PET-CT (positron emission tomography – computed tomography) not only enables us to depict the size and shape of tumours, but also to measure the vitality of malignant tissues.