Commonly referred to as malrotation, intestinal malrotation is a condition present at birth. It is caused by abnormal development of the baby’s intestine before he or she is born. While in normal development there is a clockwise rotation of the small › Continue Reading

Finding an abnormality of a baby in pregnancy is scary and overwhelming. At Cincinnati Children’s, we have a Fetal Care Center that specializes in treating fetuses and supporting families with babies who are affected by a disease process before birth. › Continue Reading

The winner of the quarterly Radiology Safety Award is one of our safety coaches at Liberty Campus – Billie Howard! Billie was recently surprised with the award and was given a beautiful plaque and a bag of her favorite candy. Billie is › Continue Reading

One of my favorite aspects of working at Cincinnati Children’s is being surrounded by colleagues who are always ready and willing to give a second opinion. As a radiologist reading exams in the reading room, I often come across cases › Continue Reading

This is a continuation of this week’s earlier post profiling new employees to our Radiology Department as well as employees that work alongside our department, such as Anesthesia Imaging. Here are two more new employees! Caitlin Case “Hello again, I’m back! › Continue Reading

Come and meet some of our new Cincinnati Children’s Radiology staff members! Kathryn (Kate) Linnemann “Hi! I am from London, Ohio, which is a small town about thirty minutes west of Columbus. I moved to the big city to go to nursing school at Xavier. Go Muskies! › Continue Reading

At the same time as the US News announced that Cincinnati Children’s has moved up in ranking to #2, our Liberty campus also announced a #2 – the opening of the second MRI scanner on the campus. The second scanner › Continue Reading

Every other month we are blessed with a canine visiter to our Department of Radiology, and every time, our people smile when they come. This time the dog’s name is Porsche and her handler’s name is Anita Eisthen. Porsche visited the › Continue Reading

For the past month and a half, our Radiology Large Conference Room has been going through a major construction renovation. Not only does the Department of Radiology use the room, but the Emergency Department does as well. During times of crisis, such › Continue Reading

Our Radiology Department is the proud recipient of a $5,000 grant awarded by the Co-Operative Society of Cincinnati Children’s. The funds will be used to update the iPad program that has directly improved patient care and decreased the need for › Continue Reading

Cincinnati Children’s has its own medical library called the Edward l. Pratt Library. It houses an extensive library collection of pediatric material to aid researchers and clinicians. In order to retain our history of treatments of rare and complex conditions, › Continue Reading

Sadao “Sid” Kunimura’s career began in 1954 at Cincinnati Children’s rising to chief radiologic technologist. His position was later held by Gary Henry, Janet Beerman and currently by Todd Lehkamp. During his career Sid made many life long friends in › Continue Reading

Currently we have ten Clinical Radiology fellows. One fellow recently arrived in July, one will be extending his fellowship training for another year, and one will only be extending his fellowship stay for just six months. Dr. Valeria Onofrj joined › Continue Reading

As some of you may know, come August 1, I will be retiring from the Department of Radiology’s Imaging Research Center (IRC). I started working part-time 27 some years ago when there were fewer people working at Cincinnati Children’s than › Continue Reading

Please welcome two new employees to our Radiology family! “Hi, I’m Eric Schwieterman! I am the new (returning) systems analyst in Radiology Informatics.  I previously worked at Cincinnati Children’s for 8 years, pursued another opportunity, then decided to return!  I have › Continue Reading

Please welcome our new Clinical Radiology Fellows, Class of 2019. We have seven new Radiology fellows, with one fellow continuing for another year in Musculoskeletal Radiology and one Neuroradiology fellow arriving on July 24. Read their self-introductions below! “Hello! My › Continue Reading

This month we welcome two new employees to our radiology family: Dr. Leah Gilligan and Patrick Taylor (Spec Tech-MRI). Both made history during their first month at Cincinnati Children’s. Read on to see how… Dr. Leah Gilligan is the very › Continue Reading

Congratulations, Dr. Neil Johnson, on being recognized with the Janet Pettit Scholar Award and for the significant contributions that he has made to patient care! “The Association for Vascular Access created the Janet Pettit Scholar recognition to honor and commemorate › Continue Reading

Please welcome Dr. Ethan Smith as our new Janet Strife Chair for Quality and Safety in Radiology. Dr. Smith will be the new faculty in charge of Quality Improvement and Compliance (QI & C), a division in the Department of Radiology. He will › Continue Reading

Earlier this month the Imaging Research Center (IRC) at Cincinnati Children’s commissioned its seventh research MR scanner. This scanner is a state-of-the-art, 3 Tesla magnet with all the features needed to perform cutting-edge research and capture the very best clinical images. › Continue Reading

The Radiology Department’s Pediatric Neuroradiology Fellowship Program knew they were getting two outstanding fellows (Dr. Julie Guerin and Dr. Padmaja Naidu) before they even joined the department. Both had great years of training prior to coming to Cincinnati Children’s, and both minored › Continue Reading

Congratulations to the 68th Pediatric Radiology Fellowship Class for completing their year-long fellowship program at Cincinnati Children’s. They’ve worked so long and hard to get to this stage in their careers. As Fellowship Director Dr. Eric Crotty said at the graduation dinner, › Continue Reading

Photo: (L to R) Alan Hu, Lindsay Darkins, Boma Afonya, Emily Engelhardt and Nathan Northern Summer break is supposed to be a time for relaxation and going on vacation, but for these five University of Cincinnati College of Medicine second-year medical students, it’s work. › Continue Reading

There were many things that drew me to Pediatric Radiology as I was completing my Diagnostic Radiology Residency at Jackson Memorial in Miami, FL and trying to decide on a fellowship. While the spectrum of pathology and diverse disease processes › Continue Reading

When working with sick children, tensions and emotions naturally tend to run high for both parents and health providers. Parents are striving to advocate on behalf of their child as best they can, while physicians and nurses caring for the › Continue Reading