Medical Technology Depart


The Department of Radiology was established in 1951, which was one of the oldest departments in the hospital and Hangzhou. It is now a large-scale radiology center for clinical diagnosis, medical teaching and scientific research in Hangzhou, including Hubin and Chengbei Campus.

The department covers an area of 2600 square meters, and is equipped with state-of-the-art imaging devices, including four digital X-ray, one digital gastrointestinal machine, one 3D tomographic mammography, one 3D digital oral panorama machine, one dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry, five multi-slice MSCT scanners (including one 128-detector dual-source CT) and three MR unit (including one 3.0T MR and two 1.5T MR).

With over 96 staff members in the department (including doctors, engineers, technicians, and nurses), our research projects span broad scope and translational nature, which has resulted in many of our investigators receiving national and provincial level funding, having publications in high-impact journals. In recent years, the department has presided one project of national Natural Science Foundation of China, one project of Zhejiang Natural Science Foundation of China, one project of Zhejiang University pre-research Fund, and more than ten scientific research projects of Health of Zhejiang Province. As a significant base of the national standardized training for residents, our department plays a leading role in the high-level education and scientific research guidance of medical students. The Department of Radiology is dedicated to offer the first-class service in a cost-effective manner for all forms of clinical practice and to maintain an academic mission with nationally recognized programs in research and education.

In addition to routine clinical diagnosis and treatment, department of Radiology has unique advantages in central nervous system imaging diagnosis, brain functional MR research and thyroid disease imaging diagnosis. The imaging intervention center performs a variety of projects, including malignant solid tumor chemotherapy embolism, radiofrequency and radioactive particles implantation therapy (such as ultrasound guided liver malignant tumor of radiofrequency ablation treatment/ thyroid nodules and metastatic lymph nodes of hardening treatment with radiofrequency ablation therapy, etc), abscess drainage, pipe cavity forming or stent implantation (pure effusion, empyema, hemorrhage, etc), a variety of Benign lesions, such as hepatic hemangioma, prostatic hyperplasia, uterine fibroids, adenomyosis, pelvic venous stasis syndrome and other intravascular embolization treatment or ablation treatment, acute hemorrhagic diseases, such as hemoptysis, gastrointestinal bleeding, organ rupture, etc.