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14 Faculty Members Named to List of New York SuperDoctors

14 Faculty Members Named to List of New York SuperDoctors

These elite physicians are selected by their peers each year as being the best in their field

Dr. Stieg Launches New Podcast: This Is Your Brain

Dr. Stieg Launches New Podcast: This Is Your Brain
Weekly episodes will delve into the mysteries and new discoveries about how the brain works, what can go wrong with it, and the most effective ways to keep it healthy.

Dr. Patsalides and Dr. Dinkin Publish Quantitative Results of VSS Clinical Trial

Athos Patsalides, M.D., and Marc Dinkin, M.D. - Weill Cornell Medicine

Dr. Athos Patsalides and Dr. Marc Dinkin have published new results from their clinical trial testing venous sinus stenting (VSS), showing for the first time a quantitative reduction in intracranial pressure in patients who have had the stenting procedure. The paper, “Venous sinus stenting lowers the intracranial pressure in patients with idiopathic intracranial hypertension,” was published in the Journal of NeuroInterventional Surgery and is available to all through Open Access (download a PDF here).

Drs. Dinkin and Patsalides Awarded Best Original Contribution by the North American Neuro-Ophthalmology Society

Best Original Contribution by the North American Neuro-Ophthalmology Society

The team evaluated the safety and efficacy of stenting in patients with venous sinus stenosis, a narrowing of the veins in the brain.

Dr. Patsalides and Dr. Dinkin Publish Results of IIH Stenting Trial

Dr. Marc Dinkin and Dr. Athos Patsalides of Weill Cornell Medicine

Study shows that stenting reduces or eliminates symptoms in the vast majority of patients with venous sinus stenosis.

Best Neurosurgeons in New York, 2017

New York Magazine, Top Doctors 2017

This year's list includes 8 of our faculty members

Drs. Patsalides, Dinkin, and Boddu Publish Results of Clinical Trial for Pulsatile Tinnitus

A new paper, “Resolution of Pulsatile Tinnitus after Venous Sinus Stenting in Patients with Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension,” shows that an innovative stenting procedure can alleviate the debilitating whooshing sounds experienced by patients with pulsatile tinnitus. The stenting procedure, designed to relieve the headaches and visual problems associated with idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH, also called pseudotumor cerebri), was shown to alleviate the symptoms of pulsatile tinnitus as well.

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