Meet-the-Team, Rachel Smith
Today we get to meet Rachel Smith. Rachel is in charge of the Quality Assurance and Improvement Division. Their duties include quality improvement and safety work for patients and families
All about Fluoroscopy
There are a lot of different types of imaging studies that your child’s provider may want to obtain to help answer a clinical question. One of the more unique studies
Welcome Moriah Arn
Please welcome one of the newest ultrasound technologists to our Radiology family, Moriah Arn. Moriah graduated from Morehead State University in Kentucky. Cincinnati is her hometown and she is excited
Artificial Intelligence Can Improve Child Care On Multiple Fronts
As we step into a new decade, one of the most important breakthroughs of the previous decade is the rapid proliferation of artificial intelligence (AI) applications. Thanks to significant improvements
Happy New Year From Radiology
New is the year, new are the hopes, new is the resolution, new are the spirits, and new are my warm wishes just for you. Have a promising and fulfilling
Radiology 2020 Year Wrap-Up
We can all agree that 2020 is a year that will not soon be forgotten. Even though most of us would like to forget the pandemic portion of the year, some events in our Radiology Department are worth remembering.
Today we present you with one of our recurring video series, “Ask-a-Technologist.” Lindsy Hekler from our Ultrasound Division gives us a tour of an ultrasound exam room and answers common questions from patients and families.
Wishing Everyone a Merry Christmas
From our Radiology family to yours, may the melody and spirit of the holidays fill your home with love and peace. Merry Christmas! Photo: Holiday decorations on MRI suite doors
First Clinical Scanner of its Type to be Installed in a Hospital in the World!
This last month, Cincinnati Children’s welcomed a new addition to its Nuclear Medicine Division in Radiology: a third-generation digital Positron Emission Tomography (PET) scanner. Not only is this scanner new
Understanding Radiation Risks
The most common tool used by a radiologist is the x-ray. X-rays help us see through the patient to diagnose certain diseases and injuries that otherwise would not be obvious
Radiology “Adopts” a Family for Christmas
Each year our Department of Radiology historically “adopts” a family for Christmas. This year, with social distancing in mind, the Department of Radiology is coordinating a holiday fundraiser to benefit the disadvantaged
From our Radiology family to yours, may this festival of lights bring blessings upon you and your loved ones for happiness and health. Happy Hanukkah!
Answering Questions About the MRI Machine
When I was a child, I was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Over the course of many treatments, I had a number of MRI scans to keep track of how the treatments I was receiving
This Thanksgiving may your blessing be many and your worries be few. May you find reasons to give thanks when each day is anew. From our Radiology Family to yours,
Radiology Department Doing Its Part During Uncertain Times
The fallout of the pandemic has put a strain on the lives of so many people in our community. Many families have lost their income or have increased medical bills. They
IRC Team Gets Grant From NIH
Dr. Lili He, a recent and welcome addition to our IRC faculty, is the principal investigator (PI) of a recently awarded four-year $1,356,925 grant from the National Institutes of Health
Brief (and Simplified) History of U.S. Military Medicine for Veterans Day
U.S. military medicine dates back to the Revolutionary War, during which time civilian Colonial practitioners, many of whom were not formally trained physicians, provided medical care for the Continental Army.
Celebrating Radiology Week 2020!
Wilhelm Roentgen. discovered the x-ray on November 8, 1895. One hundred and twenty-five years later, it is remarkable to consider how imaging has evolved and what we can provide to
Welcome Lisa Qiu and Hien “Lena” Lai
I’m Lisa Qiu and I use she/her pronouns. I’m originally from New York City and more recently moved to Portland, Oregon, for my medical education. I decided to take a year
International Day of Radiology 2020 (IDoR 2020)
November 8, 2020, marks the 125th anniversary of Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen’s discovery of the x-ray in 1895. Each year, this International Day of Radiology (IDoR) is celebrated by radiologists worldwide, and for the past eight years, the multinational celebration has been
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