Mr. Redlegs Causes Mischief at the Medical Center
With the Cincinnati Reds Opening Day quickly approaching, Mr. Redlegs made a short stop at Cincinnati Children’s to get ready for the season.
Understanding Radiation Risks
The most common tool used by a radiologist is the x-ray. X-rays help us see through the patient to diagnose certain diseases and injuries that otherwise would not be obvious
Radiology Welcomes Kelsey Goodridge and Samantha Benz
Get to know Kelsey Goodridge and Samantha Benz, who have recently joined the Radiology family at Cincinnati Children's.
Dogs Need Radiology Too!
X-rays are an important diagnostic tool in human medicine, but not many people know that x-rays are just as important in animal medicine. This is how x-rays helped save my dog's leg.
What Can a Chest X-ray Show?
Chest x-rays can help identify more than just broken bones.
If the shoe fits, wear it
Some of the most commonly reported soft-tissue foreign bodies are objects that can be easily stepped on such as glass, metal, splinters from wood, or, in one very interesting case, a pencil.
April Showers Bring May Flowers
Take a look at what flowers look like under an x-ray!
“Poetry” in Pediatric Radiology
What does Snoopy and an ice-scream scoop have to do with radiology? Plenty!
Monkey Bars and Trampolines and Bikes – Oh My!
Kids’ bones look a lot different on x-rays than adult bones, and our pediatric radiologists at Cincinnati Children's are trained to recognize these differences.
Ten Years Later And They Still Remember
Today I am honored to share a story from my colleague, Tiffany Lang, a radiology technologist who works at our Burnet Campus. Over 10 years ago, I was working on
Radiologic Technologists: Why We’re Not Just “Button Pushers”
As a radiology technologist, one of the most common questions asked of me is, “Don’t you just push a button?” My answer? Yes, I do push a button, but I
X-Ray vs Imaging Department: Is There a Difference?
The Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging Center provides a wide range of care for pediatric patients with over 200,000 imaging procedures every year.
Toys: Inside Out
Take a look at the amazing x-rays we took of some common kids' toys!
Newer Imaging Techniques for Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia
Learn about which techniques we're using to understand the lung structural pathology associated with preterm birth and bronchopulmonary dysplasia.
How UTE MRI Images Lung Disease in Infants
UTE MRI techniques could possibly replace the need for CT in imaging lung disease in sick infants.
What Is Little League Shoulder?
Learn about Little League Shoulder and how it could affect your Little Leaguer.
Humor Can Be the Best Medicine
It can be difficult to get kids with bowel issues to talk about how they're feeling, but at Cincinnati Children's, we've found humor can help.
Children and swallowed foreign bodies
What happens when a child swallows a foreign object? Read today's blog post to find out what it might look like on an x-ray and what you should do.
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.