For doctors

Dear colleagues,

Our practice for nuclear medicine offers the entire spectrum of nuclear medical examination and therapy procedures. We do treat statutory and private health insurance patients. Our practice has six gamma cameras (four SPECT-based cameras), four ultrasonic devices (also with elastography) and a PET-CT scanner from Siemens.

Detailed information on the individual examination methods can be found under Services.

Enclosed you will find an article about our PET-CT-Training in the Hessian Medical Journal as well as a link to download our PET-CT Flyer as PDF. Further links for flyers can be downloaded or print under the relevant examinations. Kindly let us know if you need flyers regarding specific examinations for your patients. We will be pleased to send them to your attention

Radiochemisches LaborThe article regarding our training on PET-CT in the Hessian Medical Journal (Hessisches Ärzteblatt): Download (PDF)

Download the PET-CT Information brochure (PDF)

If you should have any further technical questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will be glad to answer your questions in a personal meeting.

One of our priorities is to provide you the results as soon as possible. We will also provide you with the pictures upon your request.


We look forward to cooperating with you!


Dr. med. Corinna Müller               Dr. med. Christian Landvogt


Quality circle of Nuclear Medicine Rhein-Main

The “Quality circle for Nuclear Medicine Rhein-Main” is usually hosted in the library of the DKD Clinic on Wednesdays at 6:30 pm. Each year four meetings take place. During these meetings, nuclear medicine topics and specific topics are discussed, as well as case discussions. We invite all nuclear specialists to attend the meetings. Colleagues from other sub disciplines, such as endocrine surgeons and endocrinologists are very welcome to join the meeting. The moderator of the quality circle, Dr. Müller, is happy to receive suggestions for specific topics. The dates and topics will be announced in due course under NEWS.