Efficient, modern diagnostics integrate molecular imaging with the morphological representation of diseases, which consolidates the diagnosis of diseases at the molecular level by means of imaging techniques.

Nuclear medicine, which belongs to the field of molecular imaging, is concerned primarily with imaging, functional studies of the patient. Radio-labelled substances are used to define the function and location of metabolic processes in the body. Open radionuclides are also used for certain therapies.

Together with the slice imaging techniques of computed tomography, biochemical processes in the body can be visualised and located accurately.

At our clinic, these examinations are performed with the most advanced hybrid devices, such as the SPECT/CT. They are carried out and assessed according to the latest scientific findings by a team of nuclear medicine and radiology specialists and trained medical technical radiology assistants (MTRA).

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Centre for Nuclear Medicine
Witellikerstrasse 40
8032 Zürich
+41 44 387 26 35