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Dr. med. Karl-Wilhelm Westerburg

Born 1944 in Dortmund
1965–1972 Study of Medicine at the universities of Münster, Würzburg, Kiel and Heidelberg
1972–1973 Hospital service in Wolfratshausen and the ENT clinic of the University of Munich
1973–1979 Training as a specialist and work as a scientific assistant at the radiological clinic of the University of Munich, Pettenkoferstrasse and Grosshadern
1979 Official recognition as a specialist in radiology and nuclear medicine
1979 Establishment of the joint radiological practice at Burgstrasse (Radiologie München), in Munich
Since 2008 Private radiological practice at Ottostrasse, Munich


Ottostrasse 13
80333 München
Phone: +49 89 2555 757 92
Fax: +49 89 2555 757 93
E-Mail: service@mediplex-muenchen.de



has every type of equipment relevant to the latest diagnostic imaging techniques. All the equipment is digital and delivers maximum image quality permitting reliable diagnosis of disease or injury.

Besides state-of-the-art technology, great attention is given to patient-friendliness and optimum advice and care for each individual patient. For example, tight internal organization of the practice reduces waiting times to a minimum. Each time a new patient is admitted, Dr. Westerburg defines a personal, tailor-made “examination strategy” with the aim of covering all the questions relevant to the patient in the subsequent discussion and diagnosis. In the patients’ interests he ensures rapid communication with the doctors referring them. All modern means of communicating images and findings are available without limitations. Diagnoses are prepared immediately.

The practice is characterized by modern and patient-friendly design. Situated close to the centre of Munich, in the former “Art Block” at Ottostrasse, near Maximiliansplatz, it is easy to reach by public transport. Adequate parking facilities for cars are also available.



Magnetic resonance tomography:

  • MR mammography
  • Whole-body bone scanning (search for metastases, staging)
  • Whole-body angiography
  • Suppression of movement artefacts
  • Heart examinations (infarctions, scars, exercise testing)
  • Prostate cancer prevention, staging
  • Stroke prevention
  • Manager check-ups

Computed tomography:

  • High-resolution computed tomography (HRCT) of the lung parenchyma
  • Artefact-free imaging of the paranasal sinuses
  • Staging of sigma diverticulitis
  • Lung cancer prevention with low exposure to radiation (low-dose technique)
  • Virtual colonoscopy
  • Punch biopsies from all organs
  • Treatment of peripheral arterial disease (sympathicolysis)
  • Measurement of bone density

Digital mammography:

  • Cancer prevention
  • Punch biopsies
  • Assessment by a third party (second opinion)

Nuclear medicine:

  • Thyroid gland scintigraphy
  • Skeletal scintigraphy


Deutsche Röntgengesellschaft e.V. (DRG)
Bayerische Röntgengesellschaft e.V.
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Senologie
Radiological Society of North America (RSNA)