Treatment of lymphoma in Austria
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Vienna General Hospital (AKH) is one of the most innovative clinics in Europe. It has a long 300-year history. Vienna Medical Clinic includes over 42 university hospitals and institutes, 6 own laboratories, 10,000 employees of staff. AKH Vienna Hospital in Austria guarantees high standards and innovative technologies in all fields of medicine. Vienna Hospital is “a city in a city” with specialized medical centers, shops, restaurants and branches of a bank.
Cost of procedures regarding treatment of Lymphoma in Austria
- In Wiener Privat Klinik prices are 8% lower
- Average response time is 5 days
- Lymphoma diagnostics
- Total cost for lymphoma diagnostics
- Treatment methods of lymphoma at Rudolfinerhaus
Why is Rudolfinerhaus one of the leading centers in lymphoma treatment?
The peculiar attention at the center is paid to diagnostics of the lymphatic system. It is equipped by the newest devices to carry out the extra-precise diagnostics even at the early stages of the disease.
The diagnostics is provided by 64-slice tomography scanner to get the clear images of the visceral system by minimal radiation dose. There is also an open device to provide the 360° view MRI. All activities of lymphoma treatment are held with minimal stress for the whole organism by minimal side effects preserving the reproductive function.
How does the lymphoma diagnostics look at Rudolfinerhaus?
The disease stage is detected depending on the number of affected lymph nodes.
What is the cost for lymphoma diagnostics at Rudolfinerhaus?
The total cost starts from 4,000 USD.
What are the treatment methods of lymphoma at Rudolfinerhaus?
The Hogkin's lymphoma treatment depends on the stage of disease. The following treatment methods are applied:
- the chemotherapy (medications) and radiotherapy;
- bone marrow transplant;
- biological therapy.
When applying the the chemotherapy to treat the Hodgkin's lymphoma, the combination of several medications is held as a rule.
The radiotherapy applies the high-energy x-rays to destruct the the tumor cells and dicrease the tumors.
When the transplant is held, there is a possibility to use the bone marrow of the very patient. It is extracted before the chemotherapy and transplanted afterwords. One may use the donor bone marrow as well.
The biological therapy includes: immune therapy and angiogenesis inhibitors, i.e. substances inhibiting the growth of blood vessels into tumor.
Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma is treated by the combination of:
- monoclonal antibodies,
- immune therapy,
- the transplant of hematopoietic stem cells.
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