With each passing day we find ourselves closer and closer to the big day: Christmas. Amidst the hustle and bustle we also find ourselves scouring the city for the perfect gift. East-siders venture into the Westside and West-siders travel to › Continue Reading

Rosella Jane Court began her career at Cincinnati Children’s as a registered nurse in 1996. During her time at the hospital, she has made some long-lasting friendships with co-workers and warm-hearted impressions on patients and families. Her last day at › Continue Reading

Each year, various Radiology modalities at Cincinnati Children’s complete the process of accreditation through the American College of Radiology (ACR), which is one of several accrediting bodies. The ACR is the most comprehensive program that provides a pathway for evaluation › Continue Reading

In the early 1990s, I was an 11-year-old with appendicitis. After a visit to our pediatrician, I was referred to the Emergency Department of my home city’s children’s hospital, where I met a pediatric surgeon. He examined my abdomen, ordered › Continue Reading

Magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI, is a non-invasive imaging exam that uses radio waves and magnetic and fields gradients to generate anatomic images of a body part. It does not use ionizing radiation like CTs or x-rays. Prior to MR › Continue Reading

The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Annual Meeting is one of the largest medical conferences in the world. Each year the Radiology Department at Cincinnati Children’s targets this meeting as the place to launch our new social media initiatives. › Continue Reading

Each year, the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) holds its annual meeting the week after Thanksgiving in Chicago. This meeting is one of the largest medical conferences in the world, with over 50,000 attendees each year. Radiologists from Cincinnati › Continue Reading

The Department of Radiology at Cincinnati Children’s would like to wish everyone a happy and safe Thanksgiving. May you enjoy the feast and the company of your family and friends. We asked our faculty and staff to tell us what › Continue Reading

Radiologists  have traditionally been behind-the-scenes doctors who interpret imaging studies (x-ray, CT, MRI, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, and fluoroscopy) ordered by other doctors. However, radiologists have increasingly become more directly involved with patients in an effort to provide the best care › Continue Reading

Part of my job in Radiology is to provide clinical education for technologists. Technologists (techs) are certified and trained in imaging patients with various modalities such as x-ray, CT, MRI and ultrasound. It may seem like capturing pictures is all › Continue Reading

Last week, in observance of Radiology Week, the Radiology Department honored its staff and technologists in Radiography, CT, MRI, Nuclear Medicine, Ultrasound and Interventional Radiology. They work hard every day to provide the best quality care possible for our patients. At the beginning of the week, we › Continue Reading

I love knowing that when I go to work I am going to make a difference in someone’s life. Helping patients get through a scan is a feeling of fulfillment. In my experience, I have come to know that listening › Continue Reading

When asked why I enjoy being a Radiology technologist, a whirlwind of words and phrases came to mind. Had I been asked a couple years ago where I’d be now, I wouldn’t have imagined I’d be working in pediatrics; now, › Continue Reading

Radiology Week 2017

A brief note about our imaging technologists for Radiology Week: “Anna, come put your hand in front of this thing! This is so cool!” OK, Wilhelm Roentgen probably did not actually say that to his wife in 1895, although I › Continue Reading

It’s been a busy week in the Radiology Department. Our League of Laughs Division hosted our Halloween events. On Tuesday, several of our faculty and staff dressed up in their favorite costumes. We held two contests, Best Pumpkin and Best Costume. See › Continue Reading

Happy Halloween 2017!

The Department of Radiology would like to wish everyone a safe and happy Halloween!

Yesterday was National Cat Day, which is observed each year on October 29. It was founded to help the public recognize the numbers of cats that need to be rescued. The day reminds cat owners and lovers to celebrate the › Continue Reading

Cincinnati Children’s Radiology welcomes Dr. Samuel Brady, who comes to us from St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, TN. Dr. Brady completed his M.S. and Ph.D. in medical physics at Duke University. Since completion of his post graduate studies, Dr. › Continue Reading

We’ve added three new additions to our radiology team this fall. Our new radiology employees include a hometown lad, a transplant from Georgetown, KY, and a Bachelors of Science in nursing (BSN) student. Let’s not wait any longer and get › Continue Reading

After walking through the main concourse of our hospital, we think anyone could agree that Cincinnati Children’s is not like most medical facilities. We have vibrant colors, animalistic artwork and kid-friendly interactive decorations. There is so much creative contrast, some children › Continue Reading

The Safety Award is given each quarter to the Radiology employee who receives the most safety-related Above and Beyond awards. Our Above and Beyond is an online system that we use to nominate/recognize employees who have gone above and beyond › Continue Reading

In the spirit of homecoming season, I was asked to reflect on my recent homecoming of sorts back to Cincinnati Children’s. Over the span of a 20+ year military career, our family had the opportunity to live in a variety › Continue Reading

One Voice

We’ve all been in that situation where too many people are talking at the same time. That can feel overwhelming or even disorienting. Imagine now being a child…in an unfamiliar healthcare setting…with strangers talking at the same time! For many › Continue Reading

Drs. Jennifer Nicholas and Janice McDaniel, who met while training at Cincinnati Children’s in pediatric radiology, are working to improve radiology education in Haiti. Dr. Nicholas is currently a pediatric radiologist at Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology in St. Louis. Throughout › Continue Reading

The Ultrasound Division at Cincinnati Children’s Radiology will soon be starting a new procedure involving bubbles! This procedure involves the use of contrast, which will help characterize non-specific lesions, assess blood flow to tissues and organs, and demonstrate vesicoureteral reflux. › Continue Reading