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Radiology

The Department of Radiology is a cross-disciplinary clinical department with no beds.

Ib Erik Jensen

Head of Department,MD

Radiology


+45 20 24 27 01
Chefradiograf Ulla Jensen

Ulla Jensen

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Radiologisk Afdeling


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Bo Mussmann

Bo Mussmann

Associate Professor, Research Radiographer, PhD

Odense University Hospital, Department of Radiology


(+45) 2059 8856

The Department of Radiology is a cross-disciplinary clinical department with no beds. The Department receives inpatients as well as outpatients.

Radiology covers eight specialist areas Neuroradiology, thoracic radiology, cardiovascular and interventional radiology, paediatric radiology, abdominal and uroradiology, musculoskeletal radiology, oncology radiology and mammary radiology. In addition to this, the cross-disciplinary modalities; ultrasound, MRI and CT.

The Department carries out basic examinations as well as highly specialised examinations and interventional treatment. Moreover, training, research and development are carried out at the Department.

Diagnostic examinations are performed using conventional radiology, CT, MRI and ultrasound in all organ systems as well as interventional examinations and treatments such as biopsies, catheters, nephrostomies, biliary drainages. In addition, the Department performs vascular interventions such as balloon angioplasty and stents, embolisation of tumours and haemorrhages, regional chemotherapy in liver tumours, cerebral and peripheral thrombolytic treatment, endoprostheses, musculoskeletal examinations with dual energy and dose-saving techniques, MRI mammographies and MRI spectroscopies as well as ultrasound fusion.

The Department receives patients from other hospitals (regional function) and general practitioners.

The staff comprises about 225 employees, including physicians, radiographers, secretaries and technical staff. The Department has five multislice CT scanners, four MRI scanners (0.5-3 tesla), three interventional radiology rooms and four ultrasound rooms.

The Department is located in the basement, on the ground floor and on the first floor of building 1, entrance 27, and with a satellite function in the Department of Acute Medicine, the orthopaedic surgery outpatient department, and the Department of Oncology.

  • Uterine fibroid embolization long term follow-up and technical perspectives (Ph.D.)
  • Dual energy quantitative CT in cemented versus cementless cup in total hip replacement (Ph.D.)
  • Thrombolysis EVT in acute cerebral stroke, with CT/MR-perfusion before and after treatment
  • Cerebral aneurisms new interventional methods
  • Advanced MR in glioblastoma before and after treatment
  • Clinical experience with a modified embolic material SQUID for endovascular treatment of brain AVMs and DAVs
  • Comparison of Amino Acid Positron Emission Tomographic Radiotracers (C-11methionine and C-11 MeA1B) with advanced MRI for molecular imaging of high grade gliomas AND Comparing the diagnostic performance of advanced MRI versus amino acid (C-11 methionine and C-11 MeA1B) positron emission tomography in high-grade gliomas
  • Thoracoscopic treatment of primary spontaneus pneumothorax
  • Randomization in lung cancers and post operative controls to primary PET/CT or primary CT
  • HRCT in COLD as treatment control with inspiratory and expiratory examinations
  • Radiological correlation of PAVM to genetical types of HHT
  • EVAR follow-up with comparison of CT and US with regard to endoleak and size of aneurism
  • EVAR, endoleaks and reinterventions
  • Acute EVAR in ruptured and symptomatic abdominal aortic aneurisms (AAA)
  • Fenestrated EVAR
  • The value of Duplex Ultrasound in occlusive mesenteric ischemia and its use as a screening method
  • Regional chemo embolization (TACE) in HCC
  • Mammographyscreening
Examinations per year 313,607
Employees 225
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