The diagnostic x-ray imaging method called digital fluoroscopy allows us to view processes in the human body in real-time. Fluoroscopy is the basis of dynamic x-ray imaging on a monitor by means of image intensifying technology. This method enables our team of physicians to view the organ to be examined directly on the screen and to localize and analyze abnormal processes in a more targeted manner.

Fluoroscopic applications are manifold and include the depiction of vessels, bile ducts, gastrointestinal sections with appropriate contrast media, the placement of probes in the body under x-ray and monitoring dynamic processes such as heart motion, valve calcifications, or swallowing movements.