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PET Centre

The PET Centre at Aarhus University Hospital was established in 1993 when Karen Elise Jensen's Fund donated 21 million DKK for a PET-scanner and a cyklotron in connection with the hospital's centenary. The PET-scanner is a sophisticated instrument for research and examination of the living organism. PET is short for Positron Emissions Tomograc imaging by use of different radioactive trace elements of, among others, brains, hearts, livers, bones and cancerous growths. The radioactive trace elements are produced on the spot by means of the cyklotron (an accelerator placed in a big closet in an isolated room.

Contact

Professor Albert Gjedde
PET-centret
Nørrebrogade 44, Bygn. 10C
8000 Århus C
Denmark

Email: albert@pet.auh.dk
Phone: +45 8949 3029

 
Kalender

Publikationer
Low arthroplasty survival after treatment for proximal humerus fracture sequelae: 3,245 shoulder replacements from the Nordic Arthroplasty Register Association.
Unbehaun D, Rasmussen S, Hole R, Fenstad AM, Salomonsson B, Demir Y, Jensen SL, Brorson S, Äärimaa V, Mechlenburg I, Rasmussen JV.
Is progressive resistance training feasible in patients with symptomatic external snapping hip?
Kjeldsen T, Reimer LU, Drejer SM, Hvid LG, Mechlenburg I, Dalgas U.
Treatment of external snapping hip with targeted resistance training intervention
Troels Kjeldsen, Ulrik Dalgas, Martin Lamm, Lisa Cecilie Urup Reimer, Inger Mechlenburg
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