Diagnosis and treatment with perspective

Image: Woman looks through a microscope
At MEDICA the topic imaging plays a central role. Among other things you can inform yourself extensive about this topic at MEDICA EDUCATION CONFERENCE.

CT coronary angiograms – three-dimensional insight into the heart

Until now, catheter-based coronary angiography was considered state-of-the-art for the diagnosis of coronary heart disease. Yet this method is not without risk, after all it is an invasive procedure. An exam using a computer tomography scanner (CT) - the so-called CT coronary angiogram - represents a low-risk alternative.
Image: Speech at MEDICA EDUCATION CONFERENCE

Imaging and Interventional Procedures

Tuesday, 15 November 2016


Tuesday, the second day of the MEDICA EDUCATION CONFERENCE, addresses Imaging and Interventional Procedures such as magnetic resonance tomography, sonography and interventional stroke treatment. These procedures fi nd application throughout medicine in diagnostics and therapy and are important elements of daily outpatient and inpatient clinical patient care.

The conference takes place in the CCD South.

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Image: Physican holds a x-ray of a hand - Copyright: UKE HH

Multilevel imaging of bone material quality

Felix Schmidt
Monday, 14 November 2016
11.05-11.30 a.m., Room 16
Image: X-ray of a brain - Copyright: panthermedia.net/somkku

The role of functional imaging and therapy for endocrine tumors

Prof. Dr. Markus Luster
Wednesday, 16 November 2016
09.00-10.30 a.m., Room 17
Bild: Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Schulz-Wendtland - Copyright: privat

What diagnostics do we need in daily practice?

Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Schulz-Wendtland
Tuesday, 15 November 2016
11.30-12.00 a.m., Room 16

Further courses at the MEC

Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Cardiology – viewing the beating heart in real-time

To examine the heart with a magnetic resonance imaging system, patients need to hold their breath. Only this way, physicians can get clear pictures. The University Medical Center of Göttingen, Germany, has now succeeded to take pictures of the heart in real-time. The exam only takes a few seconds and patients can breathe freely.

Image: Open surgery at the forearm of a patient; Copyright: panthermedia.net/Chanawit Sitthisombat

Hemodialysis: Creating the AV fistula using catheters

For many patients, the start of hemodialysis marks the lifelong dependency on needing their blood purified. For that a blood vessel in the patient's arm needs to be enlarged to where it can move enough blood and withstand being connected to the dialysis machine several times per week.
To the interview with Prof. Ralf-Thorsten Hoffmann

Impressionens about imaging at MEDICA

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Image: Woman holds an ultra sound device at her neck; Copyright: Messe Düsseldorf/C. Tillmann
Image: Woman holds a screen; Copyright: Messe Düsseldorf/C. Tilmann
Image: Man points at a screen; Copyright: Messe Düsseldorf/C. Tillmann
Image: Two surgeons; Copyright: Messe Düsseldorf/C. Tillmann
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Image: X-ray images; Copyright: Messe Düsseldorf/C. Tillmann
Image: Visitor look at a screen; Copyright: Messe Düsseldorf/C. Tillmann
Image: Man looks through a device; Copyright: Messe Düsseldorf/C. Tillmann