- Skin and Lymph Nodes
- Heart and Lung
- Lung Diagnostics
- Oxygene Measurement
- Thorax Radioscopy
- Emergency Diagnostics
- Extensive Checkup
- Rheumatism Check-up
Angiology – Phlebology
- Color-Duplex Vascular Sonography
- Thrombosis Diagnostics
- Coagulation Analysis
- Arteriosclerosis Treatment
- Lymphedema Treatment
- Color-Doppler Echocardiography
- Stress Echocardiography
- 24h Blood Pressure Measurement
- Sleep Apnea Diagnostic
Internal Medicine addresses prevention, diagnostics, treatment as well as rehabilitation and aftercare of health issues and diseases of the respiratory organs (pneumology), of the heart and vascular system (cardiology), of the digestion organs...
The science of the heart and its diseases as part of Internal Medicine roots from the Ancient Greek word for heart "Cardios". Cardiology subsumes on the one hand the varity of issues of the heart muscle...
Angiology is the science of vascular diseases (it is of Ancient Greek origin where the word "angio" has the meaning "vessel"/"vascular") and it addresses the diseases of the arteries...
Phlebology is the science of the veins ("phlebo" is the Ancient Greek word for "vene"). One in the western civilization common clinical picture is the various forms of varices which can vary from couperose varicose veins to severe widespread so-called truncal varices...
As a subfield of angiology, lymphology is the science of the diseases of the lymphatic vessels (Latin "lympha" - "clear water", "spring water"). All over the human body, there are lymph streams (lymph capillaries, lymph vessels) in which albuminous liquid (lymph) can drain off through the lymph nodes...
The science of the lung and its diseases as a subdivision of internal medicine roots from the Greek word „pneumōn“ (πνεύμων-lung). The specific field of pneumology is concerned with the prophylaxis, detection and treatment of various diseases of the lung, respiratory tract, lung and costal pleura as well as the respiratory muscles. Often diseases express themselves in the form of shortness of breath or respiratory distress, which can have a variety of causes. Common diseases are acute bronchitis, COPD, bronchial asthma, pneumonia and pulmonary fibrosis.