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Doctors can have a hard time evaluating the pelvis. This is because its internal structures are deep and difficult to fully examine. When children have pain or other symptoms in the pelvis, doctors will often ask radiologists to help them figure out what is causing › Continue Reading

Every year right after Thanksgiving, radiologists from all over the United States and the world gather in Chicago for the Radiologic Society of North America (RSNA) annual conference and meeting. The RSNA is an exciting opportunity for us at Cincinnati › Continue Reading

I’m Dr. Allison Aguado and am excited to join the interventional radiology team at Cincinnati Children’s. I earned my medical degree from Northwestern University, completed my residency in diagnostic radiology at St. Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, NJ, and then completed › 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