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Prof. of Radiology, Austria
Neuroradiologist • Prof. Majda Thurnher is Associate Professor of Radiology at the Medical University of Vienna since 2001 and the current President of the ESNR..
"Perfect! "(12 reviews)
Prof. Majda Thurnher is Associate Professor of Radiology at the Medical University of Vienna since 2001 and the current President of the European Society of Neuroradiology-Diagnostic and Interventional (ESNR).
Her primary focus is on neuroradiology, especially infections of the CNS (AIDS), demyelinating diseases (multiple sclerosis etc), and spinal imaging. She has published 30 book chapters, and delivered more than 250 invited lectures at national and international meetings.
Majda Thurnher, Prof., MD has published 50+ publications:
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Perfect!Emanuel Fonseca, 06 Oct 2016
Repport very good. Pictures with boom for explain the probleme. Thanks very much.VATAIN Karol, 12 Aug 2016
Thank you. The report is in line with the neurosurgeon's opinion and helps me to clarify some issues of the first radiological report.Anonymous patient, 29 May 2016
Very quick reply and gave a great description of my Mri results. I now have peace of mind and can plan ahead. I would definitely recommend prof. majda thurnherJonathan, 26 Apr 2016
I have had previous brain scans from another part of the country, yet when we moved to a different area the scan results were not accepted. Therefore, I could not work out what was wrong with me, despite having the same symptoms. Thank you so much for your prompt and detailed report from my recent mri brain scan.Also for your advice which has helped so much to clarify my problems which some others could not see.thanks P MontiAnonymous patient, 19 Aug 2015
I've been without a proper diagnosis for more than 17 years until Prof. Maj Thurner reviewed my old MRIs images, letting found on the basis of a correct diagnosis with images of findings. The opinion was clear and well-founded. The second opinion, even mentioned the differential diagnosis, giving me a clear ready-made answer for my neurologists. It is an arachnoiditis and considered to be very rare disease. I got a clear statement with images, where the findings of arachnoiditis is so clearly demonstrated, that the diagnosis is no longer controversial. Arachnoiditis can cause cauda equina syndrome, what my neurologists had not been able to take into account the lower limb paralysis caused. The second opinion by means of my treatment is directed more quickly on the right road and I will avoid the wrong treatment. I have given my friends in the international community arachnoiditis read the statement and their opinion was that it is really extremely skilled neuro radiologist`s statement. I can therefore recommend you to ask a second opion specifically from Prof. Maj Thurner.Anonymous patient, 21 Sep 2015
Report was specific and detailed and had the information I was looking for. I appreciate the thorough approach. Thank you!Anonymous patient, 18 May 2015
I received a correct description of my MRI ( I know this because I am radiologist ) and I am grateful to Professor...
Thank you. We are getting closer to the solution.Anonymous patient, 16 Feb 2015