Cincinnati Children’s has a wealth of knowledge and experience, especially when it comes to medical education. Technology and social media platforms in particular provide a valuable avenue to share this wealth amongst the medical community, patients, and families. The main › Continue Reading

We’re sending Thanksgiving wishes to you and your family from the Department of Radiology. May your home be filled with laughter and happiness!

Our Radiology Department provides complete radiology and imaging services for the evaluation of pediatric disease.These services include radiography, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), positron emission therapy (PET), fluoroscopy, vascular and interventional procedures and cardiac imaging. › Continue Reading

Featured Photo: Adopt-a-Family Group, (lf-rt) Susan N Smith, Cathy Wieland, Heidi Gardner, Julie Young, Janice Steiner, Molly Dirr and Liz Newman. Not photographed Billie Howard and Kristi Baker. Each year, the Department of Radiology at Cincinnati Children’s “adopts” a family › Continue Reading

The Radiology Department has some new faces to introduce. Please welcome Christina M. Crofoot and Dr. Yunus E Senturk. Christina is a new imaging technologist in our Radiography/Fluoroscopy Division and Dr. Yunus E Senturk is a new Neuroradiology Clinical Fellow. › Continue Reading

Last week our Radiology Department celebrated its annual Radiology Week, not only for our technologists, who do a great job every day, but for everyone else in our department. The whole week was a celebration of the hard work and the › Continue Reading

Two events in the news remind me of the connection to those who have served in the armed forces during peacetime and war. The first is the one-hundred-year commemoration of World War I and the second is the fall of the › Continue Reading

Last week came and went like a whirlwind, or maybe everyone was just super busy and it seemed like it went by very fast. Here is what transpired the week of October 27th to November 1st in our Radiology Department. › Continue Reading

The United Way of Greater Cincinnati is doing a lot of great things for our region (which includes adjacent counties in Indiana and Kentucky, not just the Ohio counties around Cincinnati), and is an important partner for Cincinnati Children’s as › Continue Reading

Recently Dr. John Racadio (Interventional Radiology) and Dr. Dan von Allmen (Surgery) were asked to record a podcast on Backtable.com where they described the collaborative approach by Cincinnati Children’s pediatric interventional radiologists (IR) and surgeons working together to share expertise › Continue Reading

Did you know that the majority of our CT technologists started at Cincinnati Children’s as x-ray technologists? Ten out of 14 to be exact! In the Radiology Department, we have always been firm believers of growing from within whenever possible. › Continue Reading

Dr. Arthur Meyers was a former Radiology Pediatric Clinical Fellow in our department from 2010 to 2011. He loved working here at Cincinnati Children’s so much as a fellow that when the opportune time came, he accepted a faculty position › Continue Reading

Here we are again, bringing new blood into our Radiology family. We have four new technologists joining our ranks. Three will be stationed at our Liberty Campus while one will be working in our Ultrasound Division at the Burnet Campus. › Continue Reading

In the summer of 2017, I moved to Cincinnati from New Jersey to start my pediatric radiology fellowship at Cincinnati Children’s. Although the year was intensive, I woke up each morning excited knowing that I was gaining invaluable knowledge and › Continue Reading

Congratulations to the entire IRC team for coming out to rock your ride and support heart health and stroke awareness! Last Thursday night’s CycleNation fundraising event was for helping our community take control of brain and heart health.  Contributions by › 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 in their normal working › Continue Reading

Cincinnati Children’s, like all major institutions, has its own IT department. Here it’s called “IS” for Information Services. Our Radiology Department also has its own IT division called Radiology Informatics. Akhil Dhamija has set a milestone in our department as › Continue Reading

When a sick child presents to a clinic or emergency department, the doctors and nurses begin collecting information about the patient to formulate a differential diagnosis, which is a list of reasonable possibilities for what could be causing the patient’s › Continue Reading

One of the many challenges facing patients referred to the Cincinnati Fetal Center is having to tolerate fetal magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).  Having to lie still on a narrow table during imaging for any period of time is challenging, and when › Continue Reading

When we think of an ultrasound exam, it is usually in relation to pregnancy. The exam can let us see the fetus in the mother’s womb, giving us a look at possible birth defects, the sex of the child, if › Continue Reading

We have three new employees joining our Radiology team: two new ultrasound technologists and one anesthesia nurse. Hello, my name is Alexandra Harrell, but you can call me Alex. I am from Kettering, Ohio. I graduated from Kettering College with › Continue Reading

On September 13, we celebrated a momentous occasion in Radiology: the 37th year that our very own ultrasound technologist, Lori Muench, had been a Cincinnati Children’s employee.  While it’s not rare for many Cincinnati Children’s employees to be long-term staff with › Continue Reading

As stated in Part 1 of “Why are Sounds Generated by the MRI Scanner,” our Radiology MRI scanners can be described as one big superconducting magnet. Electricity is sent through the copper coils of the machine, which makes the coils › Continue Reading

Hi, I’m Natalie Schroeder and I am the new hire in MRI. I am from a small town in Northwest Ohio called Glandorf, which is about an hour south of Toledo in the middle of cornfields. I recently graduated from › Continue Reading

Our MRI machines at the Cincinnati Children’s Radiology Department are most simply described as one big superconducting magnet. Inside the magnet are copper coils that conduct the electricity, making it an electromagnet. As the MRI technologist begins the scan, rapid › Continue Reading