In our video "Ask-an-IRC Technologist," four IRC technologists answer questions asked by patients and their families about their role and MRI in general.
Congratulations to Dr. Dillman, Newly Elected to the Board of Governors of the AIUM
Congratulations to Dr. Jonathan Dillman, one of our Radiology faculty, for being elected to the AIUM Board of Governors! AIUM Elects New Leaders “Members of the American Institute of Ultrasound
Another Scanner Swap Out
See how the installation of a new MRI machine might affect your visit to Cincinnati Children's Hospital in the coming weeks.
Welcome Our Two New Reading Room Assistants
Hi! I’m Macy Gabbard and I’m from Fort Thomas, Kentucky. I live with my two younger brothers and my parents. I am a junior at Northern Kentucky University and plan
Please Welcome Victoria “Tori” Bulcher
Get to know Victoria Bulcher, the new technologist in the Division of Ultrasound at Cincinnati Children's.
Ouch, my knee popped out!
Dislocation is also a common complaint for a child who presents to the emergency room or a doctor’s office with a knee injury. It is typically an outside dislocation of the knee cap (patella) from its normal position in the groove at the lower end of the thigh bone (femur), and is called a patellar dislocation.
Happy Valentine’s Day from Radiology!
In Radiology we can use several different technologies to view the human body in order to diagnose, monitor, or treat medical conditions. Watch the video to see five various ways we can view the human heart.
Prenatal Imaging: Ultrasound and Magnetic Resonance Imaging
By obtaining information with both prenatal ultrasound and MRI of abnormalities in growing babies, we are now able to direct care in the womb, at delivery and after birth.
Medical Students in Pediatric Radiology
Although as a patient or parent, you may not see a medical student observing you or your child being imaged, medical students spend time in our department daily learning the importance of diagnostic radiology and how it touches almost every other aspect and field of medicine.
Two Awards for Dr. Neil D. Johnson
Congratulations to Dr. Neil Johnson, recipient of the Janet Pettit Scholar in Neonatal and/or Pediatric Vascular Access as well as the Orthopedic Department HOPE Award for the Highest Orthopedic Patient Experience.
Why the Wait for My MRI Appointment?
We have all been to an appointment only to discover a waiting room packed with people and a seemingly endless delay before being seen. Here at Cincinnati Children’s, we are constantly
Why Do We Measure at Cincinnati Children’s
You may notice the next time your child gets an x-ray at Cincinnati Children’s. We have been using an x-ray ruler called calipers to help the technologist measure the thickness
Congratulations to Chelsea Franklin, Safety Award Winner
Our Safety Award winner for this fiscal year quarter (FY20Q1) is Chelsea Franklin from our Liberty Township campus! She's been a radiography technologist for about three years in our Radiology Department.
Why We Stopped Using Gonadal Shielding
In this video tutorial, Keith Strauss, our Radiology Department medical physicist, explains why we have stopped using gonadal shielding on some of our x-ray exams.
Image Guided Surgery Program – Damien’s Story
Radiology's Dr. John Racadio, Surgeon-in-Chief Dr. Daniel von Allmen, and PHILIPS Medical Imaging has been working together for several years to create their vision of a procedural room, incorporating Radiology Interventional techniques with PHILIPS imaging technology in an Operating Room (OR) environment.
Ultrasound’s Janet Adams Retires After Nearly 30 Years of Service
Help us say good-bye to Radiology's Janet Adams and learn what a huge asset she's been to the department over the years.
2019 Year Wrap-Up
Join us as we take a look back at our fantastic year in Radiology!
Happy New Year 2020!
From the Radiology Department of Cincinnati Children’s, wishing you and your family health, happiness, and prosperity in the new year.
Radiology Welcomes Chelsea Conley from Ultrasound
Get to know the newest member to our ultrasound family, Chelsea Conley!
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