Neonatal Magnetic Resonance Imaging Is Unique to Cincinnati Children’s
Cincinnati Children’s is the only hospital in the US to have an MRI unit in the neonatal intensive care unit. Learn why we think it's so important.
Imaging Urinary Tract Infections in Children
Urinary infections in kids is not uncommon. Learn how we diagnose these infections and determine if the problems have become more complex.
Radiology Celebrates the Holidays
In the Radiology Department at Cincinnati Children's, several of our divisions have been celebrating the season in their own special ways.
5 Interesting Facts about Nuclear Medicine
Even though the nuclear medicine community is unfamiliar to many people outside of the medical field, it is a commonly used modality to image virtually every part of the body.
Ultrasound Technologists Take Up the Mannequin Challenge
Check out the technologists in the Ultrasound Division at Cincinnati Children's do the mannequin challenge!
Using Better Radiologic Techniques to Look at Infants with Lung Abnormalities
Learn how Cincinnati Children's Radiology Department is able to diagnose lung abnormalities in infants while limiting exposure to radiation.
How We Take A Chest X-Ray
Learn how we take chest x-rays at Cincinnati Children's.
Ultrasound’s Transcranial Doppler Imaging Checks for Risk of Stroke
We perform transcranial Doppler (TCD) ultrasound exams to check for increased risk of stroke in patients with sickle cell disease.
Cincinnati Children’s Excels in Ultrasound Imaging
Learn how many vendors of ultrasound machines and software are interested in having new technologies “road tested” here at Cincinnati Children's.
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.
What Is Intussusception?
What is ileocolic intussusception and how do we treat it?
Fun Facts About the Ultrasound Division
Read all about some fun facts about Cincinnati Children's Radiology's ultrasound division.
Arthritis: Not Just an Adulthood Disease
Arthritis, a condition of inflammation causing joint pain and stiffness, is not just a disease of adulthood. It can affect children also.
Green Township Outpatient Location Continues To Grow
Learn what our Outpatient Green Township location can do for you and your child.
Radiology Fellowship Program: Training Future Radiologists
Cincinnati Children’s Department of Radiology offers one of the largest training programs for pediatric radiologists in the country.
Saying Good-Bye to Tracey Adams, Part 2
Thirty-nine years of service can’t be condensed into a single blog post. Join us for part two of “Saying Good-Bye to Tracey Adams."
Saying Good-Bye to Tracey Adams, Part 1
As we say good-bye to Tracey Adams on her retirement, co-workers share what they'll miss most.
Stories of Remembrance
As we celebrate the retirement of Ultrasound Manager Tracey Adams, fellow faculty and staff members share some of their thoughts and stories with us.
New Ultrasound Technology at Cincinnati Children’s
Learn about a new technology called shear wave elastography that we're using in the Ultrasound Department here at Cincinnati Children’s.