Mr. Redlegs Causes Mischief at the Medical Center
With the Cincinnati Reds Opening Day quickly approaching, Mr. Redlegs made a short stop at Cincinnati Children’s to get ready for the season.
Lessons Learned From Scanning a Child Mummy
After pouring through 12,000 plus images, a team of radiologists made several new discoveries about a child mummy brought to Cincinnati Children’s as part of a scientific project with the
Head Trauma, Will my child need a head CT?
Head trauma occurs frequently in the pediatric population. Children commonly sustain minor head injuries, such as a short distance household fall. Not every child that presents to the emergency department
A Few Questions About CT Answered
Cincinnati Children’s has five CT machines, including the ones located on Main Campus as well as at our outpatient locations. We do about 11,000 patient scans yearly in our Radiology Department. Since its debut in the 1970’s, CT has become a crucial tool in medical imaging. Below are some frequently asked questions asked about
Physicians and scientists at Cincinnati Children's have been actively working with the manufacturer of our Computed Tomography (CT) scanners to help develop an Artificial Intelligence (AI) computer software that improves the diagnostic quality of the images acquired on the CT scanners in the hospital.
Craniosynostosis: Imaging the Misshapen Head
Is the pediatrician concerned that your baby’s head is misshapen? If so, the doctor might order a head CT to evaluate the cranial sutures to make sure that they have not closed prematurely.
Using a New Tool in Technology to Help Treat Patients with Cancer
Cincinnati Children's has the first pediatric radiology department in the country to use a new computer tool called “MINT” to help us better track measurements of tumors.
The WOPR and radiation risk
In this edition of Q & A with the Wise Old Professor of Radiology, we cover the benefit/risk equation and figure out when it's a good idea to get a CT scan.
How We Clean in CT
Learn how we deal with the fact that "300 surfaces can be touched in just 30 minutes."
Annual Accreditation for Providing the Safest and Best Quality Care Possible
Each year, various Radiology modalities at Cincinnati Children’s complete the process of accreditation through the American College of Radiology (ACR).
Radiology Gains New Physicist
Cincinnati Children's Radiology Department welcomes Dr. Samuel Brady!
Newer Imaging Techniques for Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia
Learn about which techniques we're using to understand the lung structural pathology associated with preterm birth and bronchopulmonary dysplasia.
How UTE MRI Images Lung Disease in Infants
UTE MRI techniques could possibly replace the need for CT in imaging lung disease in sick infants.
Questions You Can Ask as a Parent to Help Minimize Radiation Dose
You are your child's number one advocate, especially when they're sick. Learn what questions to ask to ensure that your child is getting the safest care.
5 Interesting Facts about Nuclear Medicine
Even though the nuclear medicine community is unfamiliar to many people outside of the medical field, it is a commonly used modality to image virtually every part of the body.
Using Better Radiologic Techniques to Look at Infants with Lung Abnormalities
Learn how Cincinnati Children's Radiology Department is able to diagnose lung abnormalities in infants while limiting exposure to radiation.
Drs. Alan Oestreich, Marguerite Caré Co-Authors of New Clinical Book
Congratulations to Drs. Alan Oestreich and Marguerite Caré on their new book, Recognizing Child Abuse in Radiology.
Using X-Rays In Different Modalities
Learn how the Radiology Department at Cincinnati Children's uses x-rays to take pictures in three different modalities: radiography, CT and fluoroscopy.
How We Take A Chest X-Ray
Learn how we take chest x-rays at Cincinnati Children's.