Prevention, Diagnostics & Radiology

Here you will find selected medical experts and specialists in clinics and medical practices for the diagnosis, treatment, surgery and rehabilitation in the medical field Prevention, Diagnostics & Radiology in Germany. All listed physicians are specialists in their field and have been carefully selected for you according to strict guidelines.

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Information about prevention / diagnostics

Medical prevention, also called preventive medicine or disease prevention, attends to the prevention and screening of new diseases, especially in risk groups, and the prevention of recurrence or progression of already existing diseases.

Experts for prevention / diagnostics

The area of medical prevention also attends to the health education of the public, the assessment of the general health situation of patients in medical checkups and the screening of often hereditary diseases.

Preventive health medicine and education

Important general measures in prevention and health education in preventive medicine are health checks, medical check-ups and movement coaching.

Another important part of prevention is cancer screening such as intestinal cancer screening and breast cancer screening.

Furthermore, diabetes screening for the prevention and early detection of diabetes as well as check-ups for the prevention of cardiovascular diseases such as a stress ECG are part of preventive medicine.

For the early detection and diagnosis of diseases, preventive medicine makes use of the imaging modalities in radiology. In the area of radiology, electromagnetic and mechanic waves are used for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of all kinds.

Computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), x-rays, ultrasound and scintigraphy are among the most commonly used imaging procedures in radiology.