Radiology and Nuclear Medicine at UiB

Nuclear Medicine

Nuclear medicine was established at the University of Bergen in March 2006. Nuclear medicine/PET-centre at Haukeland University Hospital in Bergen is part of the Department of Radiology. We perform all conventional nuclear medicine as well as positron emission tomography with [18F]FDG, [11C]methionine (only site in Norway), [18F]FLT (only site in Norway), [68Ga]DOTATOC, and [18F]PSMA-1007, all produced in our own cyclotron/radiochemistry unit. Thyroid and parathyroid imaging is routinely performed with high-resolution ultrasound of the neck including ultrasound-guided biopsies if indicated.

The FIJI PET/CT viewer

Fuji/orthanc client server solution at uib.no for student training
Martin Biermann, UiB

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Nuclear Medicine is taught as part of the compulsory course in Medical Imaging and has been awarded the Medical Faculty's Teaching Quality award 2017.

Online lectures:
Thyroid scintigraphy
Nuclear medicine in a nutshell

Conventional nuclear medicine (Norwegian)
Part 1: Tekniske grunnlag
Part 2: Klinisk anvendelse

Positron emission tomography (Norwegian)
Part 1: Tekniske grunnlag
Part 2: Klinisk anvendelse

Teaching ressources in the latest curriculum "Medisin 2015"