Each year, approximately 300 kidney, 100 liver and 30 pancreatic organ transplantations are performed at Oslo University Hospital, Rikshospitalet. Also, our hospital is a referral center for hepato-biliary and pancreatic surgery. The high volumes of transplantations and surgical procedures place the hospital close to the top internationally. The demand and costs for high quality medial imaging and knowledge is skyrocketing. Our expertise involves relevant imaging practice and research. Our research focuses on the evidence-based use of imaging before and after transplantation and cancer management, including disease detection, treatment selection, treatment planning, and treatment follow-up. We optimize the use and clinical application of imaging modalities such as ultrasound, MRI and CT including optimal and safe use of contrast media and tissue sampling. Patients are often followed up at regular intervals in our hospital, making our data bases extensive, which leads to reliable and complete results.
Global Sensitivity Analysis of Bulk Properties of an Atomic Nucleus
Phys Rev Lett, 123 (25), 252501
The Impact of MRI Features and Observer Confidence on the Treatment Decision-Making for Patients with Untreated Glioma
Sci Rep, 9 (1), 19898
Selection criteria related to long-term survival following liver transplantation for colorectal liver metastasis
Am J Transplant