Thyroid therapy

Drug therapy



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Which medicines can help?

We have access to a wide range of medications for the treatment of thyroid diseases. Which drug therapy promises success depends in large parts on the diagnosis. For example, hypothyroidism is treated with thyroid hormones (e.g. L-Thyroxine). In the case of hyperthyroidism, thyrostatic drugs such as thiamazole or propycil can be used. If there is an enlargement of the thyroid gland (goiter), an antistrumigenic therapy approach with thyron iodine or iodide is usually followed.



How is the right medication determined?

Whether a drug therapy for your thyroid problems is necessary and also possible can be decided by determining your specific laboratory results. For this purpose, a blood sample will be taken from you in our practice. After the results have been analysed, we will send you a report in which we will inform you about the duration and dose of any medication that may be necessary, as well as when you should schedule your next follow-up appoinment. If you need medication, you will receive the appropriate prescription from your doctor.



What do I have to bring to the appointment?

In addition to your insurance card and referral to nuclear medicine, it is useful to bring a list of the medications which you are already taking. This will enable us to adjust any medication that may be necessary in order to minimise or avoid undesirable side effects or interactions.



Are the costs reimbursed?

The medication therapy of thyroid diseases is a statutory and private health insurance benefit.




 

Doctors with experience


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Dr. med.
Christian Çelebi-Hoffmann

Specialist in radiology and
nuclear medicine


Vita

Dr. med. Dipl.-Phys.
Johannes-Paul Richter

Specialist in radiology, specialist in nuclear medicine and medical physics expert


Vita

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Dr. med.
Christian Çelebi-Hoffmann

Specialist in radiology and nuclear medicine

1994
Medical approbation

1994-1996
Residency at the FU Berlin - Steglitz

1996-2001
Employee of the Radiology Department of the FU Berlin - Steglitz (Charité CBF)

2001-2006
Staff member of the Nuclear Medicine Department of the FU Berlin - Steglitz (Charité CBF)

2004
Specialist examination in diagnostic radiology

2005
Doctorate at the FU Berlin

2006
Specialist examination in nuclear medicine

2007-2013
Staff member in nuclear medicine practice

2013-2016
Head of MVZ Nuclear Medicine Charité CCM

2016-2019
Staff member in nuclear medicine practice

Seit 01.07.2019
Owner of the MVZ AnthroNUK

Memberships
German Society for Radiology
German Society for Nuclear Medicine
Berlin-Brandenburg Society for Nuclear Medicine
Berlin-Brandenburg Society for Radiology

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Dr. med. Dipl.-Phys.
Johannes-Paul Richter

Specialist in radiology, specialist in nuclear medicine and medical physics expert

2005
Degree in physics (TU Berlin)

2008
Licence to practise medicine (Charité Berlin)

2009-2014
Staff member of the radiology department

2014
Specialist examination in radiology

2014
Doctorate at the University of Tübingen

2014-2018
Staff member in nuclear medicine

2018
Specialist examination in nuclear medicine

2019
Qualification as medical physics expert

seit 01.07.2019
Medical director and owner of the MVZ AnthroNUK

Memberships
German Physical Society
German Society for Radiology
German Society for Nuclear Medicine
Berlin-Brandenburg Society for Nuclear Medicine
Berlin-Brandenburg Society for Radiology

 



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