Low-dose Computed Tomography (CT)

Low-dose computed tomography of the lung for the early detection of bronchial carcinoma. The treatment success of lung cancer is significantly better in small, symptom-free tumors than in the advanced stage.


WHAT HAPPENS DURING AN X-RAY? Depending on which body region to be examined, you will be asked to place themselves at the X-ray machine, to set or lie down on the examination table.To protect the radiation-sensitive germ cells give you a lead…

Multiparametric prostate MRI

Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed male cancer in Germany and ranks third among men's causes of cancer death.


WHAT ARE THE RISKS OF X-RAY? The X-ray examination itself is absolutely painless. Only the storage, such as a broken leg, can be painful. In an X-ray examination rays are used, which damage the body. By at an X-ray examination is usually applied…

Cardiac MRI (heart)

Cardiac MRI is a completely radiation-free, but highly accurate method of heart examination, and allows for the early diagnosis of heart disease as a screening procedure.

State of the art

THE CURRENT STATE OF THE ART Similarly, as with the classic photography, analogue X-ray will be more and more replaced by digital systems.The advantages: faster availability of the images and their easier management. Thanks to new materials…

Dr. med. Andreas Grust

Dr. med. Andreas Grust is a doctor of Diagnostic Radiology. After his apprenticeship at the University Clinic in Duesseldorf, Dr. Grust has been working as a resident radiologist since 2002 in Düsseldorf.