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Division of Nuclear Medicine

The Nuclear Medicine department at the General Hospital of Vienna is one of the largest and most advanced nuclear medicine centers in Europe. More than ninety employees maintain its well-equipped rooms, eight dedicated hospital beds, and therapy area where a cyclon generates the necessary radiochemicals and pharmaceuticals.

All conventional diagnostic nuclear medicine imaging, including thyroid, bone, lung, brain, and cardiac scans are performed. Also offered are scans to exclude infection, in addition to SPECT and SPECT-CT.  

Additional cross-sectional imaging modalities include PET-CT and PET-MRI.  The latter, combined with a gamut of radiopharmaceuticals, and in close cooperation with the Comprehensive Cancer Center (CCC) and various clinical departments, provide diagnostic and therapeutic methods tailored to the individual patient.

Furthermore, the department focuses on nuclear medicine treatment of thyroid, liver, prostate or neuroendocrine tumors using beta- and alpha-radiation.

We welcome you to our department and will try to make your visit as pleasant as possible.

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