What patients and families need to know
Children's is a national leader in congenital heart disease imaging. The pediatric echocardiography laboratory performs approximately 14,000 studies annually.
Learn how we’re working with the National Institutes of Health to reduce or eliminate radiation exposure using advanced cardiac MRI technology.
Exercise testing is useful diagnostic and treatment tool for the assessment of the heart function in children.
Our orthopaedic experts use intraoperative CT imaging to provide a safe, effective orthopaedic surgery.
MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) is a diagnostic procedure that uses a combination of a large magnet, radio waves and a computer to produce detailed images of organs and structures within the body.
A biopsy is a procedure in which doctors guide hollow needles into the body toward an area of interest and remove a portion (specimen) within the needle so that a pathologist can analyze it under the microscope.
Patients who have trouble passing along fecal content can use a cecostomy tube. Learn how a cecostomy tube is inserted and what to expect from this procedure.
A central line can be placed for many reasons ranging from administration of antibiotics or chemotherapy to performing dialysis or pheresis, which are different ways to filter the blood. Learn more about central lines.
Learn how we use cholecystostomy to treat infected gallbladders.
Learn about our two types of permanent vascular access for dialysis: arteriovenous (AV) fistula and arteriovenous (AV) graft.