Division of Pediatric Imaging
The Division of Pediatric Imaging at the Children's Hospital at Montefiore (CHAM) is home to a team of board certified and certificate of added qualification (CAQ), fellowship-trained pediatric radiologists who specialize in the examination and interpretation of prenatal through adolescent imaging.
Our team works exclusively with pediatric patients, covering the full spectrum of pediatric pathology, while meeting the needs of pediatric patients and a multidisciplinary team of doctors. Our imaging and diagnostic approach minimizes radiation exposure as much as possible. Every member of our team skillfully uses the full spectrum of imaging methods and technologies at CHAM. Our facility includes state-of-the art equipment, including the technology listed below:
- CT scans
- MRI scans
- Fluoroscopy (including esophagrams, upper gastrointestinal series, barium enemas and voiding cystourethrograms)
- Diagnostic angiography
- Interventional radiology
- Neuroradiology (diagnostic and interventional)
- General radiography (X-rays)
Our team of pediatric radiologists is actively involved in the training and education of medical students, residents and fellows. We also conduct ongoing research in our department. Topics of research include general pediatric radiology; radiation dose reduction; safety of contrast media with emphasis on gadolinium for MRI imaging; imaging of liver diseases; ultrasound elastography of the liver and musculoskeletal system; thyroid sonography; imaging of pediatric acute appendicitis; imaging diseases of the pediatric chest, lungs and airway; and the radiologic diagnosis of conditions associated with sickle cell disease.
Learn more about our research. Here are some recent publications.
Discrepancies in Radiograph Interpretation Between Pediatric Radiologists and Pediatric Intensivists in the Pediatric or Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Fink AZ; Levin TL; Blumfield E; Nemerofsky SL; Liszewski MC; George K; Nafday S; Shlomovich M; Eddington KA; Myers EH; Ushay HM.
Imaging Findings of Iatrogenic Pharyngeal and Esophageal Injuries in Neonates
Wolf JA; Myers EH; Remon JI; Blumfield E.
Imaging Findings in Systemic Childhood Diseases Presenting with Dermatologic Manifestations
Fink AZ; Gittler JK; Nakrani RN; Alis J; Blumfield E; Levin TL.
Neonatal Lung Disorders: Pattern Recognition Approach to Diagnosis
Liszewski MC; Lee EY.
Diagnosing Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis Amongst Various Medical Specialists
Lam A; Boenerjous SA; Lo Y; Abzug JM; Kurian J; Liszewski MC; Sanderson DE; Scholnick JM; Taragin BH; Gomez JA; Otsuka NY; Hanstein R.
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The Division of Pediatric Imaging offers a one-year Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-accredited fellowship.
- Abdominal Imaging
- Breast Imaging
- Cardiothoracic Imaging
- Emergency Radiology
- Musculoskeletal Imaging
- Nuclear Medicine
- Pediatric Imaging
- Ultrasound Division
- Vascular and Interventional Radiology