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Dr. med. Michael Naundorf

Chief Physician of the Clinic for Arterial and Endovascular Vascular Surgery & Clinic for Phlebology, Certified Vascular Center Berlin South-West

Dr. med. Michael Naundorf
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  • 1979-1984 Resident and specialist training at the Charité, Humboldt University Berlin to become a specialist in surgery
  • 1984-1991 Visceral Surgery, Transplant Surgery, Vascular Surgery, Surgical Clinic of the Charité (Prof. Dr. Dr. HC Helmut Wolf, Prof. Dr. Klaus Bürger, Prof. Dr. Hans Lippert)
  • 1987-1991 Head of the Department of Experimental Transplantation Surgery at the Surgical Clinic of the Charité, Humboldt University Berlin
  • 1992 Specialist for vascular surgery
  • 1992-2000 Senior physician in the Department of Vascular Surgery (Prof. Dr.P.C.Maurer) of the Vascular Surgery Department at the Klinikum rechts der Isar, Technical University of Munich with focus on carotid surgery, endovascular surgery and crural vascular surgery, shunt surgery
  • 2000-2015 Chief Physician of the Clinic for Vascular Surgery and Head of the Vascular Center Berlin-South at the DRK Clinics Berlin with focus on the entire arterial vascular surgery, aneurysm surgery, carotid surgery, bypass surgery for diabetics, vein surgery, vascular injuries
  • 2007-2017 Vascular Surgery Senior Consultant for the Unfallkrankenhaus Berlin
  • 2008 Phlebologist
  • 2009 Endovascular specialist DGG
  • 2015 Chief Physician of the Clinic for Arterial and Endovascular Vascular Surgery and Clinic for Phlebology at Helios Hospital Emil von Behring


Treatment of aortic aneurysm: endovascular therapy without opening the abdominal-thoracic cavity, minimally invasive treatment procedures with aortic stenting Treatment of constriction of the carotid artery (arterial carotid stenosis) for prophylaxis and prevention of stroke, removal of vascular occlusions from the carotid artery after a stroke
Treatment of aneurysms (vascular dilatations) in the shoulder, arm and popliteal region Treatment of vascular occlusions (arterial occlusive disease) in the abdominal (aorta) and pelvic arteries as well as in the arteries of the entire leg: isolated as bypass devices for blood detour as well as supplementary catheter and balloon procedures with stents/vascular supports for reopening occluded vessels
Removal of vascular tumors (glomus tumors) Combined bypass and catheter procedures for diabetic feet with vascular occlusions
Shunt reattachment and correction procedures in dialysis with gentle small incisions Treatment of varicose veins/varicose veins: conventional varicose vein surgery (stripping), minimally invasive endoluminal catheter procedures (RFITT/LASER), foam sclerotherapy for spider veins/reticular varicose veins, both therapeutic and cosmetic
Arteriovenous malformations (AVM): Corrective surgery with removal or sclerotherapy of the vascular malformation Exclusion diagnostics of vascular diseases with functional tests


Certifications and professional societies:
German Society for Surgery

German Society for Vascular Surgery and Vascular Medicine

Association of German Surgeons

German Society for Angiology

German Society for Duplex Sonography and Ultrasound

North German Vascular Surgery Society

German working group diabetic foot

Teaching & scientific work:
Scientific symposia for stent procedures for vascular surgeons (DGG), annual symposia for residency training for vascular surgeons and visceral surgeons (BDC), annual masterclass symposium aortic surgery.

Textbook and compendium contributions to vascular surgery, 160 lectures, 85 publications, several webinars

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