Pa­ed­ia­tric Ra­dio­lo­gy

Our Goals

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The quality of our examinations can be improved when there is a composite and cooperative dialogue between patients, their parents and treating paediatrician likeweise nursing staff. The complaints of the patient must be well described, the previous examinations (especially chest x-rays) should be presented and compared and discussed. The required radiological examination should be clip and clear. The diagnostic examination should be patient oriented with minimum burden on the little patient followed by a comprehensive reporting so that a credible working diagnosis can be reached quickly. The diagnosis should be transferred to the treating physician quickly and the queries should be promptly and competitively answered to. Trust and sense of responsibility should form an integral part of the cooperation. Ultimately the patients should feel comfortable in our department.

 

Radiation hygiene

The examinations with radiation exposure should be kept at the minimum. The methods which are associated with no radiation or minimal radiation exposure should be considered first. Hence, sonography and MRI should be first considered wherever possible before deciding for methods like conventional x-ray and CT.

Contact

Vereinbaren Sie Ihren Untersuchungstermin von Montag bis Freitag in der Zeit von 07:30 bis 17:00 Uhr.

Sekretariat Prof. Thomas J. Vogl

 069 6301-7277

Interventionsambulanz

 069 6301-4736

Zentral-​Radiologie

 069 6301-87202

Gynäkologische Radiologie

 069 6301-5174

Kinderradiologie

 069 6301-5248

Orthopädische Radiologie

 069 6705-​211

069 6301-​87202