Radiography and Fluoroscopy Takes Up the Challenge
Some of our Radiology and Fluoroscopy staff got in on the Mannequin Challenge fun sweeping the Internet!
Outpatient X-ray Options Available All Times of Year
No on wants to get an x-ray during the holidays, but just in case your child runs into problem, we're here for you--all over the city!
Our Jack-o’-lantern Gets Imaged
We celebrated Halloween by taking a peek inside our very own jack-o'-lantern using x-rays! Take a look at what we found.
Using X-Rays In Different Modalities
Learn how the Radiology Department at Cincinnati Children's uses x-rays to take pictures in three different modalities: radiography, CT and fluoroscopy.
My child snores!
Children can snore for a variety of reasons. Read on to see when medical intervention is necessary.
Back-to-School Supplies, Uncovered
It’s time to go back to school. Have you ever wondered what your school supplies look like on the inside? We in the Radiology Department, Cincinnati Children’s, have wondered also. Use
Using Computed Tomography (CT) for Ankle Injuries in Children
If your child breaks an ankle, will they need a CT? Learn why your doctor may order one.
Green Township Outpatient Location Continues To Grow
Learn what our Outpatient Green Township location can do for you and your child.
Using X-Rays To Evaluate Growth
An x-ray of the left hand and wrist is often used to evaluate the skeletal maturity of a child or teenager. The level of skeletal maturity can then be compared to the patient’s chronological age to see if they are growing faster or slower than expected. The ?x-ray allows doctors to see growth centers which change in number, size, and shape as the patient ages.
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.
Myth Busters: Nuclear Medicine
What is nuclear medicine? We debunk the most common myths.
The Other Side of the Exam Table: A Radiologist’s Personal Experience
Read about what happened when one of our radiologists needed her own department's services for her son.
Meet the Team: Dr. Michael Nasser
Meet Dr. Michael Nasser, one of the pediatric radiologist who covers the overnight shift at Cincinnati Children's.
Teaming Up to Treat Osteochondritis Dissecans (OCD)
Learn how the Radiology Department is teaming up with others to research and treat osteochondritis dissecans, a painful condition affecting adolescents.
Meet the Team: Fallon Cook
Meet Fallon Cook, a reading room assistant at Cincinnati Children's.
Patient Experience: Owen
Over the last 18 months, radiology technologist Megan Little's son has battled leukemia. Read about her experience and why she's grateful for Children's.
Keeping Radiation Doses As Low As Possible for Your Child
Learn how we make every effort to reduce the amount of radiation your child receives during his or her imaging study at Cincinnati Children's.
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!