Dr Pierre Jaillot: The one who gives important instructions before every operation at FV Monday, 09/01/2023
Dr Pierre Jaillot, Head of Imaging Department of FV Hospital, plays an important role in diagnosing disease and providing decisive preoperative instructions.
Doctor Trinh Cong Thao – New Factor for FV Hospital Imaging Department Tuesday, 02/11/2021
Doctor Trinh Cong Thao graduated from Hue University of Medicine in 2016 and majored in Radio & Nuclear Medicine in 2020.
Congratulations to Dr Nguyen Quang Trong in Becoming FV Hospital’s Acting Head of Imaging Department Tuesday, 29/09/2020
Dr Nguyen Quang Trong graduated from the University of Medicine, Tay Nguyen, Buon Me Thuot City in 1988 and went on to further obtain a Specialization Degree Level I from the Ho Chi Minh City University of Medicine in 2009
Girl’s life returned to normal after 8 years carrying 4-kilograms Tumour on her back Monday, 09/09/2019
On August 28th 2019, the Children of Vietnam Charitable Fund cooperated with FV Hospital and performed surgery for H Miri Ăm Ksơr, 8 years old, from The Rade ethnic group. The operation was performed to remove a 4-kilograms tumour from the patient’s ...
256-slice CT Scanner helps screen Coronary artery disease early Tuesday, 08/01/2019
A 256 slice CT Scanner is now in operation at FV Hospital, reducing image capture time and the patient’s exposure to harmful X-rays by 50 per cent when compared to conventional CT Scanners
Dr. Truong Hieu Nghia Has Assumed His Role As Deputy Head Of The Imaging Department Friday, 30/11/2018
Dr. Truong Hieu Nghia graduated from Ho Chi Minh City Medicine and Pharmacy University in 1987. He then continued his studies in Diagnostic Imaging specialty at the Universities of Tours (1995) and Marseille University (2000) in France. In addition, ...
Advanced treatment for liver cancer Monday, 31/10/2016
Liver primary cancer is common in Vietnam. It often develops in patients with hepatitis: the hepatitis virus triggers cirrhosis and then hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). Open surgery to remove tumours often causes heavy blood loss and large sutures, w...
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