Referring physicians of the Department of Neuroradiology

Our clinic specializes in the diagnosis and minimally invasive treatment of diseases of the head, neck, spine and peripheral nervous system.

We offer the following diagnostic methods: CT, MRI, Ultrasound, X-ray, advanced neuroimaging. We also offer interventional therapies and hold weekly neurovascular consultation hours.


Department of Neuroradiology
Universitätsspital Zürich
Frauenklinikstrasse 10
8091 Zürich
Day manager +41 43 254 07 75
Diagnostics MRI, CT and ultrasound +41 43 254 41 20
Interventions +41 44 255 56 01
Patient online registration

We are here for you!

Our phone lines are manned Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For matters concerning the department’s management contact the management office.

You can register your patients online or via the patients’ office (interventions) or the scheduling office (diagnostic appointments). If your patient has a tear duct problem forward them directly to Dr. Ulrich Lachmund (0800 802 488, registration form,

To obtain reports and images, please contact the registry. Expert opinions can be requested via our online form or via email to

Clinic Management

Management office

Tel. +41 44 255 56 00

Treatment and interventions

Patients’ office

Tel. +41 44 255 56 01

Diagnostic appointments MRI, CT, ultrasound

Scheduling office

Tel. +41 43 254 41 20

Reports and Images


Tel. +41 44 255 56 02

Our Services

We offer the following diagnostic methods:

Additionally, we also perform interventions:

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Practical information about imaging

Which diagnostic imaging method is most suitable? ACR Appropriateness Criteria

Is the patient’s prosthesis/pacemaker safe for MR? We are happy to clarify this for you. Please send us information on the manufacturer and model number of the prosthesis/pacemaker.

Up-to-date European guidelines for contrast media (renal insufficiency, metformin, pregnancy)

Latest American Guidelines for Premedication (Quick Reference Card, complete PDF)

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