Many children have common medical problems that require an X-ray to evaluate their medical issue. One very common medical problem in children is constipation. This refers to a child who stools infrequently enough to
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
Meet the Team: Chelsea Franklin
Meet Chelsea Franklin, a member of our Cincinnati Children's Radiology family.
Get To Know Your Radiologist: Dr. Steven Kraus, Part 1
Meet Dr. Steven Kraus, the division chief of Radiology and Fluoroscopy at Cincinnati Children's.
Radiology Family Welcomes Alysha Thompson
Welcome Alysha Thompson to Cincinnati Children's Radiology and Fluoroscopy Divisions!
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.
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.
Radiography and Fluoroscopy Takes Up the Challenge
Some of our Radiology and Fluoroscopy staff got in on the Mannequin Challenge fun sweeping the Internet!
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.
Patient Experience: Owen
Over the last 18 months, radiology technologist Megan Little's son has battled leukemia. Read about her experience and why she's grateful for Children's.
Keeping Radiation Doses As Low As Possible for Your Child
Learn how we make every effort to reduce the amount of radiation your child receives during his or her imaging study at Cincinnati Children's.
Why Does My Child Need to Wear a Gown for an X-ray?
Our new lower dosage x-ray and fluoroscopy techniques reduce the radiation dose to as low as possible while maintaining image quality.
What is a Radiology Resident?
A radiology resident is a doctor who has been on a long journey of learning. After completing college and graduating from medical school, these doctors have worked in various clinical
What is Interventional Radiology?
Pediatric interventional radiology, a subspecialty of pediatric radiology, allows doctors to use image guidance (such as real-time x-rays called fluoroscopy, ultrasound, or CT -CAT scan guidance) to perform minimally invasive surgical procedures
April Fool’s Day
Looking for a new pair of shoes? Step right up to the fluoroscopy machine that will x-ray your feet to get better measurements of your shoe size and help you
What is MRI?
MRI, or magnetic resonance imaging, is a way to take detailed pictures of the body using powerful magnets. Unlike other forms of imaging (such as X-ray, CT, and fluoroscopy), there is no
VCUG: Four Little Letters But A Lot Of Information
Chances are that if your child has had more than one urinary tract infection (UTI), then his or her doctor has ordered an x-ray VCUG or a nuclear cystogram. A VCUG
What To Expect If Your Child Needs an Upper GI Exam
Your child’s doctor may order an upper gastrointestinal (upper GI) exam if he or she is experiencing symptoms of nausea, vomiting, abdominal or chest discomfort or difficulty swallowing. These could be