General X-ray diagnostics incl. fluoroscopy
X-rays are used to produce two-dimensional images of the human body. Fluoroscopy enables dynamic X-ray imaging.
Joint diagnostics incl. arthrography
Imaging of the interior of the joint using magnetic resonance imaging, if necessary in conjunction with contrast medium.
Vascular diagnostics and vascular treatment
e.g. arterial occlusion, acute strokes, vascular or bypass occlusions, vascular dilatations, hypertension, stenoses or occlusions in dialysis shunts, vascular tumors, hemorrhages.
Mammography (incl. tomosynthesis and vacuum biopsy)
X-ray examination of the breast for early detection of breast cancer. Recommended by the Swiss Cancer League for women without a family risk between 40 and 50 and for women between 50 and 74.
Ultrasound diagnostics incl. Doppler
Imaging of a wide variety of body regions. Can also be performed on pregnant women and children, as it is risk- and pain-free.
Computed tomography (CT)
X-ray procedure that provides high-resolution three-dimensional images of specific body regions or organs.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
Pain- and radiation-free method for creating images of the inside of the body. In addition to the Männedorf site, Männedorf Hospital also operates an MRI in Meilen.
Bone Density Measurement (DEXA)
for the clarification of osteoporosis or possible precursors.
Punctures, biopsies, drains.