Welcome Back, Dr. Arthur Meyers!
Help us to welcome back Dr. Arthur Meyers to the Radiology family!
A Guide for Radiologists to the Right Diagnosis of Your Child’s Illness
When a sick child presents to a clinic or emergency department, the doctors and nurses begin collecting information about the patient to formulate a differential diagnosis, which is a list
Do you have a question for a radiologist?
Now you can ask questions to our radiologists directly!
Get to Know Your Radiologist: Dr. John Racadio
Meet Dr. John M. Racadio, the division chief of Interventional Radiology at Cincinnati Children’s for the past 11 years.
Dr. Bernadette Koch Serves as Editor of Head and Neck Imaging Textbook
Congratulations to Dr. Bernadette Koch as her new edition of Diagnostic Imaging: Head and Neck is released!
The Doctor Is In!
Learn how Dr. David Mihal has been leading a project to offer immediate results and consultation with a radiologist to some of our patients and families.
Why are MRI scans so loud?
During active MRI scanning (i.e. when a patient is being scanned and images are being acquired) there are high intensity loud sounds. These sounds come from the MRI gradient coils which are created by loops of wires carrying electrical currents.
What Happens To Your Brain When It’s At Rest?
Learn how our radiologists are trying to understand brain function in multiple brain disorders by using resting state functional MRI.
Becoming a Mother Will (Hopefully) Make Me a Better Pediatric Radiologist
I, like many men and women in today’s world, had put off becoming a parent year after year so as not to compromise the years of education and training that I was lucky enough to be able to pursue. And now as I enter my final weeks of pregnancy, I wonder how will this affect my career?
The Facts of (Radiology) Life
Learn five facts about the Department of Radiology that might surprise you.
Improving Fluoroscopic X-ray Equipment for Pediatric Imaging
Learn how Cincinnati Children's Keith Strauss is contributing guidelines that ensure radiation levels are kept low when imaging kids.
My child has a lump: Why did our pediatrician order an ultrasound?
If you notice a lump or bump on your child, your pediatrician may order an ultrasound to gather more information about the underlying problem.
The Power of Play: Legos In Radiology
What do Legos have to do with MRI scanners? Read on to find out!
Case of the Day Online Learning System Reaches Radiologists Worldwide
Created by Dr. Neil Johnson, the online Case of the Day system is available to pediatric radiology professionals worldwide.
What to Expect When You’re Expecting
In the Radiology Department, we use prenatal imaging to help diagnose potential problems while a fetus is still developing in the womb.
The Other Side of the Exam Table: A Radiologist’s Personal Experience
Read about what happened when one of our radiologists needed her own department's services for her son.
Cincinnati Children’s Leads the Way In Nuclear Medicine Dose Reduction
Cincinnati Children's has been leading the way in dose reduction research for years. Learn how our research directly affects your child.
How Your Child’s Imaging Studies Can Travel With Them
To make sure we provide the best care possible, at Cincinnati Children's we have multiple methods to allow your child’s imaging studies to travel with them.
Learn how you can visit Cincinnati Children’s Kenwood location for the same outstanding MRI service you'd receive at our Burnet Campus.