Radiology Safety Award Recognizes Amanda Wallingford
Learn how Amanda Wallingford, an Interventional Radiology safety coach, earned this quarter's Safety Award.
Meet the Team: Dr. Michael Nasser
Meet Dr. Michael Nasser, one of the pediatric radiologist who covers the overnight shift at Cincinnati Children's.
Meet the Team: Fallon Cook
Meet Fallon Cook, a reading room assistant at Cincinnati Children's.
Myth Busters: Ultrasound
There's a lot of misinformation out there about ultrasounds. Let us separate the myths from the facts for you!
Get to Know: Outpatient Mason
How can you get the same quality care you expect from Cincinnati Children's without going to our main campus? Take a short drive to Outpatient Mason!
Junior and Senior Technologists Reflect on Cincinnati Children’s
Meet radiology technologists Lori Muench and Ann Gramling and learn why they love working at Cincinnati Children's.
What’s the difference between a CAT-Scan and a CT-Scan?
Ever wonder what the difference between a CAT-scan CT-scan is? We have the answer!
Meet the Team: Rose Martin
Meet Rose Martin, a member of our informatics team, and learn how we handle all the information that passes through the Radiology Department everyday.
Learning Curve: One Technologist’s Journey from Student to Teacher
Lindsey Hekler, a radiology technologist, reflects on her time as a student and what's changed now that she's the one training a new class of technologists.
Liberty Is Expanding and Ultrasound Is Growing
Cincinnati Children’s Radiology is excited to announce that our ultrasound department at the Liberty campus has increased its hours of operation in order to assist the Liberty expansion and the
Changes to Liberty Campus That Benefit Your Child
Changes are being made every day to accommodate the growing needs of patients and families within the medical center. One of those changes that we are excited to announce is
There’s MAGEC going on in Ultrasound
MAGEC Spinal Bracing and Distraction System New technology comes along all the time at Cincinnati Children’s. We thrive and grow because of it. In the Ultrasound Department, we have begun
Meet the Team: Dr. Jonathan Dillman
My name is Jonathan Dillman and I am a pediatric radiologist. It is difficult to put into words how exciting it is to be a new member of the Cincinnati
What is a Radiology Resident?
A radiology resident is a doctor who has been on a long journey of learning. After completing college and graduating from medical school, these doctors have worked in various clinical
How Do We Diagnose Your Child with Appendicitis?
An abdominal (belly) ultrasound is the preferred initial method to determine if your child has appendicitis. An ultrasound technologist will perform the test by using a small camera called a
Imaging Vascular Anomalies
Vascular anomalies are disorders of blood vessels. Typically found in young children, they frequently present themselves as regions of skin discoloration and/or masses. They can generally be divided into two
Ultrasounds and Bladders: What’s the Connection?
Ultrasound uses sound waves to take pictures of structures inside your child’s body. High-frequency sound waves are transmitted from the probe, also known as a transducer, into the body. The
What is Interventional Oncology?
Image: Specialized filter to protect against migration of blood clots. Photo: Dr. Allison Aguado I am an interventional radiologist, a doctor who specializes in image-guided therapies. Using x-rays, CT scans,
Keeping Things Shiny and New: How MRI Uses Continuing Education
Much like our ever evolving facilities and features here at Cincinnati Children’s, we the employees continuously strive and strain to bring you the most up-to-date techniques and technology to deliver