OncoCare consists of intermediating medical services in the area of oncology in Austria provided by the best oncologists, surgeons and radiologists in the world who aim to provide all the necessary services related to the treatment of malignancies at the cutting-edge of medical science. We offer a Fast and Direct access to diagnostic and therapeutic tools at the highest level of quality.


Our elite doctors offer services starting from diagnosis by innovative methods and continuing with specialized interdisciplinary care and targeted cancer treatments.

In order to benefit from the best personalized treatment, the diagnosis is a very important step in your process. For the investigations necessary for a proper diagnosis, our patients need to stay in Vienna one-two days maximum. The histopathology result is ready in 4-5 days maximum, which means that your diagnosis can be confirmed in maximum one week and the targeted treatment can be offered by our oncologists.

State-of-the-art imaging techniques including PET/CT, MRI, Ultrasound.

A positron emission tomography (PET) scan – the most Advanced Diagnostic Technology for Cancer – is an imaging test that allows your doctor to check for cancer cells in your full body.


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Whereas other imaging tests, such as X-ray, CT, and MRI, reveal structural changes in the body, PET is used to reveal chemical and physiological changes. A PET scan is similar to a CT scan; however, PET scan can detect live cancer tissue. Prior to a PET scan, the patient receives an injection of a substance into a vein that contains a type of sugar attached to a radioactive isotope. The cancer cells “take up” the sugar and attached isotope. These areas of disease will show up as bright spots on the PET scan. For this reason, PET scans are useful both for detecting cancer and for seeing if the cancer has spread.

A whole-body PET-CT scan can be done an outpatient procedure and takes maximum one hour. The result of the imaging is provided by our radiologists in the same day with the investigation.

CT Guided Biopsy is a procedure performed by an interventional radiologist to obtain a small malignant tissue sample through a fine needle. CT scan is used to guide the needle into the lesion (under a local anesthetic) in the safest possible manner.  The procedure can be done an outpatient procedure and takes maximum 15 minutes. The cancer tissue is used for cytological, histological and molecular testing.


The histopathology and molecular genetic assessments are done at the renowned pathology centers in Vienna.

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