Radiating Hope: Radiology Department Blog


Something Spooky’s Going On in Radiology…

Post Date: October 30, 2015
Something Spooky’s Going On in Radiology…

The nights grow dark as the temperature drops, and the leaves begin releasing themselves from their seasonal attachments, all to create a colorful backdrop for the monsters and ghouls that are starting to infest our neighborhoods. Fall has finally arrived and with it so have bright pumpkins, sweet candy corn and handcrafted costumes. I think we all know that we’re talking about Halloween. Our nation celebrates this holiday once a year, but at Cincinnati Children’s, everyday has a little bit of Halloween to it. Here are a few of the skeletons we run into on a daily basis. Some of the pictures are of animals. Can you guess which ones?

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About the author: Tony Dandino

Tony is an MRI Technologist at Cincinnati Children’s. Tony has been in his role for several years and serves as a Charge Tech, Quality Improvement Coach and Safety Coach for the MRI department. Tony has always known he wanted to work with children and in the medical field. Working at Cincinnati Children's has been the best of both worlds. Every day is something new and Tony can never wait to start the next adventure.