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diagnosis
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Vascular Surgery range of servises

Diagnosis


We offer all non-invasive options to investigate your vascular problems in a gentle way, using state-of-the-art technical procedures.

We focus intensively on the diagnosis of your problem. We do not only consider it important to perform a comprehensive investigation, but also explain the significance of the results and appropriate therapy options as carefully as possible.

Specifically, we use:
  • Continuous-wave Doppler with frequency spectrum analysis
  • B-mode ultrasound and color-coded duplex ultrasound
  • Arterial pulse-wave analysis
  • Venous congestion plethysmography
  • Light reflection rheography
  • Oscillography
  • Transcutaneous measurement of local oxygen saturation
  • Treadmill ergometry
  • Modern wound analysis
  • Preventive counseling (thrombosis/stroke)

Surgical interventions


Open and endovascular treatment of aneurysms
  • Open (conventional) and endovascular (EVAR/TEVAR, stent prosthesis) treatment
  • Treatment of aneurysms (bulges) of the thoracic aorta (TAA), the abdominal aorta (BAA), the femoral artery and the popliteal artery (PAA)
Open and endovascular treatment of stenoses in PAOD
  • Open (local procedures, bypass) and endovascular (dilatation, stent) treatment of stenoses in patients with PAOD in the aorta and in arteries of the upper and lower extremities
Surgical removal of constrictions of the carotid artery
  • Surgical removal of constrictions of the carotid artery by operation in local anesthesia or general anesthesia, or by insertion of a stent
Surgical treatment of varicose veins, chronic venous insufficiency and the ulcerated leg
  • Surgical treatment of varicose veins and chronic venous insufficiency as well as the post-thrombotic syndrome (the ulcerated leg)
Initial insertion and correction of dialysis shunts and catheters
  • Initial insertion and correction of shunts for dialysis, tunneled central venous indwelling catheters, and catheters for peritoneal dialysis (CAPD catheter); more information on Dialysis shunts
Placement of a central venous port for chemotherapy or parenteral nutrition
  • Insertion of central venous port for chemotherapy or parenteral nutrition

Other problems


Do you have other problems? Do you need advice? Please contact us - by phone, post, or email.