Radiology

My MRI, from a child’s perspective

Sarhea is my 9-year-old daughter. She has cystic fibrosis and occasionally has to get different studies done in our Department of Radiology. The most recent was an MRI exam used to look at her liver. She wanted to write a blog post to help other kids who may need an MRI too:

Contributions by Sarhea Kaupp and edited by Sarah Kaupp, (RRA).

Sarah Kaupp

About the Author: Sarah Kaupp

Sarah is a Reading Room Assistant in the Radiology Department. She and her husband Keith have been married for 10+ years and have 2 beautiful daughters named Sarhea (Suh-ray-uh) and Kelby. Sarhea has Cystic Fibrosis and Sarah is very involved with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. She is also the parent advisor on the Image Gently Steering Committee.

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  1. Mrs. B March 25, 15:51
    What an amazing little girl!! She is our sunshine every day at school!!
  2. Mary Ellen March 27, 01:21
    Such an amazingly brave little 9 year old. This is so special to share her experience with others. May God Bless this child and her parents for allowing this to be shared to help others that may be going through this journey. Thank you Sarhea and family!