Why can’t I feed my child before an ultrasound exam?
Just as important as it is to make time to care for your child’s health, it may be equally important that your child fast or skip a meal before certain tests.
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.
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!
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
My Time as an Ultrasound Technologist
Learn about the different ways we use ultrasound to take care of our patients.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Ultrasound Imaging in a Hot Tub?
Learn why people used to get ultrasounds by taking a dip in a hot tub.
Radiology Safety Award Recognizes Amanda Wallingford
Learn how Amanda Wallingford, an Interventional Radiology safety coach, earned this quarter's Safety Award.
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!
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.
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
“Why Can’t My Child Eat Anything Before An Ultrasound?”
When scheduling an ultrasound, you will be told how long you should not eat or drink before the exam. Read more about why this is essential to follow.