Construction Update: MRI Services Moving and Expanding
Major changes are happening at our Burnet Campus, including the expansive Critical Care Building project and renovations of clinical space. These have lead to many secondary changes to services we provide - like MRI imaging.
Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI): One-stop shopping
Cardiac or heart MRI is used to noninvasively image congenital heart defects and acquired diseases of heart muscles, chambers and vessels including coronary arteries. An MRI study is not painful
Answering Questions About the MRI Machine
When I was a child, I was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Over the course of many treatments, I had a number of MRI scans to keep track of how the treatments I was receiving
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.
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
Is MRI Contrast Dangerous?
if your child’s doctor wants to get an MRI with contrast, make sure you understand why they want us to use contrast for the study.
Today we visit the MRI Division, in the Radiology Department of Cincinnati Children’s. Our host will be Miss Audrey Bryant, (SPEC TECH-MRI). Audrey has been working in the department for
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.
Continuity of Care: Fetal to Neonatal
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.
Why I Do Fetal Imaging at Cincinnati Children’s
Meet Dr. Maria A. Calvo-Garcia and learn why she chose to specialize in fetal imagining.
Learn about our MR ergometer in the cardiac unit of Cincinnati Children's MRI Department.
Kenwood MRI, in the Middle of it All
Our Kenwood location hides amongst the Shoppes at Kenwood plaza on Montgomery Road, waiting to offer you and your child an outstanding service in MRI.
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).
Is it safe for my child with braces to have an MRI?
Learn how patients who have orthodontics, including metal braces, retainers and some palatal expanders, undergo MR imaging.
Keeping It Clean: MRI Department
Learn how we keep the MRI department clean, protecting your child against infections.
Cincinnati Children’s Radiology Pioneering New Techniques in Diagnosing Liver Disease
Cincinnati Children’s Radiology is partnering with companies that develop and improve imaging techniques aimed at identifying and measuring liver fat.
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.
Get To Know Dr. Maria Calvo
Meet Dr. Maria A. Calvo Garcia, a fetal imaging specialist in our Radiology Department.