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As you may know, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) allows exquisite imaging of the brain. Advanced Neuroimaging refers to recent techniques that image beyond the anatomy of the human brain. Our Radiology Department uses some of these techniques on a regular basis › Continue Reading

As many of you know, motion in pictures can cause blurriness and shadowing, which sacrifices the clarity of the photographs. Much like trying to capture a fast-paced football game or a squirming baby, it can be hard for us at Cincinnati › Continue Reading

A PET (Positron Emission Tomography) scan is a test done in the Nuclear Medicine area of the Radiology Department. Most often, doctors will order a PET scan to look for tumors. However, PET scans are also used to diagnose infection › Continue Reading

When I tell someone that I work for Cincinnati Children’s, the first thing they ask me is, “What do you do there?” When I tell them I’m a nuclear medicine technologist, the response is usually, “Wow!… What is that?” In › Continue Reading