Pyloric Stenosis, What does that mean?
What is the pylorus? The pylorus is the lower portion of the stomach that connects the stomach to the small bowel (duodenum). Normally food passes from the stomach to the small
How to Prepare for an Ultrasound Exam
Right now, ultrasound exams preparations instructions from the Call Center, are given verbally at the time they schedule the appointment. Patients and families can also view the preparation instructions on
Today we present you with one of our recurring video series, “Ask-a-Technologist.” Lindsy Hekler from our Ultrasound Division gives us a tour of an ultrasound exam room and answers common questions from patients and families.
New Ultrasound Technologists Joins Our Radiology Family
Five new ultrasound technologists have joined Cincinnati Children’s Radiology Department this summer. Please welcome Abigail Hountz, Kelsey Laumann, Nicole Meyer, Ashley Stockton and Hope Ziebro. Hi! My name is
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.
What Can an Ultrasound Exam Be Used For?
Learn about how our radiologists can use ultrasound to diagnose a whole range of issues throughout the body.
Pediatric Ultrasound is Now “Pocket-Sized”
Learn about the new ultrasound tool that Dr. Steven Kraus used during his recent trip to Tanzania.
Why Do You Need Gel to Perform an Ultrasound Exam?
Watch what happens during an ultrasound exam when gel is (and isn't) used.
Ultrasound Gel: A Necessary Mess
Learn why it's necessary to use gel for an ultrasound exam. Hint: It has to do with sound waves!
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.
Imaging with Microbubbles: Contrast Enhanced Ultrasound
Featured Image: Only for display purposes only, not of actual microbubbles Ultrasound is often the first choice for imaging children because it is not invasive, does not use radiation, does not
Fetal Imaging Using 3D Ultrasound
At Cincinnati Children’s, we perform ultrasound and MRI to evaluate babies that have been diagnosed with a problem in the womb before birth.
Looking For and Following Liver Disease with Shear Wave Elastography in Ultrasound
Read about shear wave elastography and how we use it to look at liver disease.
Radiology Ultrasound Wins Third Place in Holiday Tree Decoration Contest
Check out the Radiology Ultrasound team's award-winning Christmas tree!
Andrea Essert from Ultrasound, Radiology Safety Award Winner
The Safety Award is given each quarter to the Radiology employee who receives the most safety-related Above and Beyond awards. Our Above and Beyond is an online system that we
The Ultrasound Division at Cincinnati Children's will soon be starting a new procedure involving bubbles!
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.
Who Turned Out the Lights?
Have you ever wondered why it’s so dark in an ultrasound scan room? Read today's blog post to find out why!
Vaginal Anomalies in Young Females
Learn about congenital abnormalities of the vagina that can be diagnosed with ultrasound or MRI.