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Aarhus University Hospital Sectors
Holstebro Hospital
Esbjerg Hospital
Kolding Hospital
Randers Hospítal
Silkeborg Hospital
Hvidovre Hospital
Orthopaedic Surgery Nordjylland
iNANO
Anatomic Institute
Scanex
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Hammel Neuro Centre
Orthopaedic Surgery Nordjylland

LINK: http://www.ortopaedkirurgi.nja.dk/For+fagfolk/Forskning+og+kvalitet/

The scientific activity in Orthopaedic Surgery, Nordjylland is organized in six main areas: regeneration of tissue, motion analysis, MR scanning, bone surgery and image analysis, Ilizarov og osteoporosis. Furthermore, the activities include a number of clinical projects within the the individual areas, and several PhD projects. The lab research takes place at the Clinical Lab, the Insitute of Pathology, and the Institute of Health Technology, Aalborg University. At the Clinical Lab they do research within gait anysis, orther motion analysis, pain analysis and rehabilitation technology.

Orthopaedic Surgery, Nordjylland includes the following hospitals: Aalborg, Farsø, Hjørring og Frederikshavn.

Contact
Consultant Ole Simonsen
Forsknings- og Kvalitetsadministrationen
Ortopædkirurgi Nordjylland
Sdr. Skovvej 11
9000 Aalborg
Denmark

Telefon +45 99 32 36 13
E-mail on.ortopaedkirurgi@nja.dk

 
Farsø Hospital

LINK: http://www.sygehus-himmerland.dk/

Farsø Hospital has a great flow of hip prostheses and shoulder prostheses patients. Currently, the team at Farsøe Hospital is doing surgery on patients who are taking part in clinical PhD research projects in the Orthopaedic Surgical Research Group in Aarhus. Farsøe Hospital has its own stereo x-ray set-up and a DEXA scanner (Norland XP-27 DEXA scanner).

Contact
Gitte Broholm
Project Nurse
Farsø sygehus
Højgårdsvej 11
9640 Farsø
Denmark

Phone: +45 9865 7000
E-mail: on.gbh@nja.dk

 
Kalender

Publikationer
Abductor-related lateral hip pain in patients older than 30 years
Bohn MB, Lund B, Darling P, Mechlenburg I, Spoorendonk K, Hölmich P, Lange J.
Hip contractures were associated with low gross motor function in children with cerebral palsy
Mechlenburg I, Østergaard MTF, Menzel CB, Nordbye-Nielsen K.
No association between femoral or acetabular angles and patient-reported outcomes in patients with femoroacetabular impingement syndrome-results from the HAFAI cohort
Kierkegaard S, Rømer L, Lund B, Dalgas U, Søballe K, Mechlenburg I.
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