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You are welcome to visit us in the time
from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

069 6301-87202

069 6301-5252

Uni­ver­si­täts­kli­ni­kum Frank­furt
In­sti­tut für Dia­gnos­ti­sche und
In­ter­ven­tio­nel­le Ra­dio­lo­gie
Haus 23C Un­ter­ge­schoss
Theo­dor-Stern-Kai 7
60590 Frank­furt am Main

We offer the complete spectrum of X-ray diagnostics. You will find more detailed information on some of the examinations and the equipment below.

When is a conventional X-ray performed?

What should be considered before the examination?

All external objects should be removed from the examination area before the examination (e.g. jewellery, bra straps, etc.) to avoid overlaying. Special preparation is usually not necessary.

Procedure and duration

Depending on the specific problem, X-rays are taken while the patient is standing, sitting or lying down. For the images, the X-rays are focused on the area of interest (e.g. hand, shoulder, thorax, etc.). An image is taken in seconds after the patient has been positioned appropriately for the desired perspective.

A fluoroscopy examination takes up to 30 minutes, depending on the problem. For this purpose, it may be necessary for us to administer a contrast medium.


Responsible senior physician Dr. med. M. Harth

Team leader Elke Marzi


Make your examination appointment Monday through Friday between the hours of 07:30 and 17:00.

Secretariat Prof. Thomas J. Vogl

 069 6301-7277

Intervention Clinic

 069 6301-4736

Central Radiology

 069 6301-87202

Gynaecological radiology

 069 6301-5174

Paediatric radiology

 069 6301-5248

Orthopaedic radiology

 069 6301-94211

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