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Saline-Assisted Fascial Engorgement (SAFE): An Innovative Technique for Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy News

Saline-Assisted Fascial Engorgement (SAFE): An Innovative Technique for Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy

One of the biggest challenges in managing aggressive and locally advanced prostate cancer is how best to balance the competing goals of achieving cancer control with maintaining continence and sexual function among patients.

A Systematic Approach to Incidental Lung Nodules News

A Systematic Approach to Incidental Lung Nodules

Mount Sinai Health System is taking a systematic approach to addressing incidental lung nodules. It includes using natural language processing to scan all Mount Sinai Morningside and Mount Sinai West chest-related radiological reports ...

Improving Mobility and Balance Among Older Adults With Hearing Loss News

Improving Mobility and Balance Among Older Adults With Hearing Loss

According to a new study led by Mount Sinai’s Maura Cosetti, MD, older adults with untreated bilateral hearing loss struggled to multitask during a test that assessed mobility and balance much more than participants without hearing loss. ...

 

Cardiology & Cardiovascular Surgery | View More

Celebrating Dr. Valentín Fuster's Contributions to Cardiovascular Medicine and Science Video

Celebrating Dr. Valentín Fuster's Contributions to Cardiovascular Medicine and Science

JACC's Tribute Video Celebrates Valentín Fuster, MD at ACC.24

Mount Sinai Aortic Valve Surgery Team Achieves Global Milestone: 100 Successful Ross Procedures in One Year News

Mount Sinai Aortic Valve Surgery Team Achieves Global Milestone: 100 Successful Ross Procedures in One Year

The specialized and complex Ross procedure is the optimal treatment for adolescents and adults with a diseased aortic valve, replacing it with the patient’s own pulmonary valve, resulting in improved long-term life expectancy and less ...

Stopping Aspirin One Month After Coronary Stenting Procedures Significantly Reduces Bleeding Complications in Heart Attack Patients News

Stopping Aspirin One Month After Coronary Stenting Procedures Significantly Reduces Bleeding Complications in Heart Attack Patients

Breakthrough study led by Mount Sinai researcher could change standard-of-care guidelines to improve outcomes

 

CTMS: Center for Transgender Medicine & Surgery | View More

Empowering Tomorrow: Navigating Gender-Affirming Care and Fertility Preservation for Transgender and Gender-Diverse Youth News

Empowering Tomorrow: Navigating Gender-Affirming Care and Fertility Preservation for Transgender and Gender-Diverse Youth

Mount Sinai’s Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery provides care for transgender and gender-diverse people of all ages, with a focus on fertility preservation.

Updated Standards Provide Crucial Guidance for Health of Transgender and Gender Diverse People News

Updated Standards Provide Crucial Guidance for Health of Transgender and Gender Diverse People

Endocrinologists and other physicians gained important guidance, as the World Professional Association for Transgender Health released the first update of its standards of care in 10 years.

Mount Sinai Study Finds Testosterone Use in Transmasculine People Is Safer Than Previously Reported News

Mount Sinai Study Finds Testosterone Use in Transmasculine People Is Safer Than Previously Reported

Testosterone treatment for gender-affirming hormone therapy in transmasculine individuals often conjures up safety concerns among prescribing physicians, and patients and their families. However, the largest study of its type to date found ...

Shedding Light on Headache Disorders in Transgender and Gender-Diverse Adults and Youth News

Shedding Light on Headache Disorders in Transgender and Gender-Diverse Adults and Youth

Learn about current best practices in the management of headache, and the latest research on the potential relationship between gender-affirming hormone therapy and headache.

 

Dermatology | View More

Dermatology 2024 News

Dermatology 2024

The Kimberly and Eric J. Waldman Department of Dermatology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is dedicated to delivering superior, comprehensive dermatologic care that exceeds patient expectations, and to advancing the science ...

Artificial Intelligence May Help Improve Melanoma and Skin Cancer Early Detection and Treatments News

Artificial Intelligence May Help Improve Melanoma and Skin Cancer Early Detection and Treatments

Artificial intelligence has enormous potential for diagnosing and treating melanoma and other skin cancers. When it comes to diagnosis, dermoscopy, confocal microscopy, optical coherence tomography, pathology, and whole-body imaging are ...

Mount Sinai Awarded Prestigious $1.3 Million Grant to Expand Research Training Program in Skin Biology News

Mount Sinai Awarded Prestigious $1.3 Million Grant to Expand Research Training Program in Skin Biology

The research training program in Systems Skin Biology will take a multidisciplinary approach in teaching scientists to holistically understand human physiology, health, and disease.

New Treatment for Moderate to Severe Atopic Dermatitis Shows Promising Long-Term Results News

New Treatment for Moderate to Severe Atopic Dermatitis Shows Promising Long-Term Results

Patients with moderate to severe atopic dermatitis who participated in a clinical trial of rocatinlimab—a novel, patient-tailored monoclonal antibody therapy—showed promising results both while taking the drug and up to 20 weeks after the therapy was stopped.

 

Diabetes & Endocrinology | View More

Mount Sinai Endocrinologists Expand Diabetes Technology Use News

Mount Sinai Endocrinologists Expand Diabetes Technology Use

Carol J. Levy, MD, and her team are working to expand the use of automated insulin delivery technology—studying its use in insulin-requiring people with type 2 diabetes and during pregnancies complicated by type 1 diabetes.

Mount Sinai Team Identifies Regions of DNA Associated With Excess Testosterone in PCOS News

Mount Sinai Team Identifies Regions of DNA Associated With Excess Testosterone in PCOS

A team led by Andrea Dunaif, MD, has identified regions of DNA associated with testosterone production in women with polycystic ovary syndrome, bringing the field a step closer to determining the molecular causes of the condition.

Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Bone Disease 2024 News

Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Bone Disease 2024

The Hilda and J. Lester Gabrilove Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Bone Disease at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is dedicated to advancing the understanding and treatment of diabetes, obesity, conditions affecting ...

Message From the Chief News

Message From the Chief

The outstanding faculty in the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Bone Disease continue to make innovative advances in translational research and clinical care. Core to those missions is training the next generation of leaders in our field.

 

Gastroenterology, GI Surgery & Liver Diseases | View More

A Breakthrough UC Drug Is Approved Following a Rigorous Mount Sinai-Led Trial News

A Breakthrough UC Drug Is Approved Following a Rigorous Mount Sinai-Led Trial

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved mirikizumab as a treatment for ulcerative colitis (UC) based on a pair of groundbreaking trials led by Mount Sinai’s gastroenterology team.

Obesity Drugs Among Those Being Examined for Efficacy Against NASH News

Obesity Drugs Among Those Being Examined for Efficacy Against NASH

Newly popular obesity drugs like Ozempic® and Wegovy® are among several undergoing clinical trials at Mount Sinai for nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, or NASH.

A Program of Cutting-Edge Nutrition Care Wards Off Malnutrition in IBD Patients News

A Program of Cutting-Edge Nutrition Care Wards Off Malnutrition in IBD Patients

A first-of-its-kind Mount Sinai program known as iNourish offers a full range of nutrition-focused clinical and research initiatives to support individuals with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. This platform includes a dedicated ...

Detecting Cancer in IBD Patients Through Stool-Based DNA Testing News

Detecting Cancer in IBD Patients Through Stool-Based DNA Testing

A multi-target stool-based DNA test for colorectal cancer that has become commercially popular offers promise as a complement to colonoscopic evaluations for patients with ulcerative colitis (UC) and Crohn’s disease (CD). The study was ...

 

Geriatrics | View More

A System-Wide Approach: Embedding Palliative Care Teams in ICUs to Improve Outcomes for Seriously Ill Patients News

A System-Wide Approach: Embedding Palliative Care Teams in ICUs to Improve Outcomes for Seriously Ill Patients

Mount Sinai has begun embedding a dedicated palliative care team in the medical intensive care unit (MICU) at The Mount Sinai Hospital. Introducing palliative care earlier in the hospital admissions process, rather than waiting for ICU ...

New Research Shows Medicare Should Encourage Use of Hospice for People With Dementia News

New Research Shows Medicare Should Encourage Use of Hospice for People With Dementia

U.S. policymakers are increasingly focused on curtailing Medicare hospice services for people with dementia due to increasing hospice benefit expenditures. A new joint study by researchers at the Brookdale Department of Geriatrics and ...

Mount Sinai Geriatrics Leaders Create EHR Scrubbing Protocol News

Mount Sinai Geriatrics Leaders Create EHR Scrubbing Protocol

The pandemic presented new and unknown health risks to older adults, who sought answers via direct physician messaging. Many geriatricians felt a large clerical burden, which contributed to burnout. By tapping into a multidisciplinary ...

Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine 2024 News

Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine 2024

The Brookdale Department of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine at Mount Sinai is committed to improving the lives of older adults, those with serious illness, and their caregivers. As you will see in this report, much of our work begins ...

 

Interventional Radiology | View More

Mount Sinai Study finds Advanced Radiotherapy Offers Safe, Effective Treatment for Patients with Early-Stage Liver Cancer Video

Mount Sinai Study finds Advanced Radiotherapy Offers Safe, Effective Treatment for Patients with Early-Stage Liver Cancer

An advanced radiotherapy technique called radiation segmentectomy may be effective against very early to early-stage hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), a type of liver cancer that cannot be treated surgically or thermally.

Transradial Balloon Occlusion Prostate Artery Embolization for BPH at Mount Sinai Video

Transradial Balloon Occlusion Prostate Artery Embolization for BPH at Mount Sinai

Lower urinary tract symptoms had worsened in the months prior to the PAE

Mount Sinai Neurosurgery Chair, Joshua Bederson, MD Case Study: Brain Tumor Embolization Video

Mount Sinai Neurosurgery Chair, Joshua Bederson, MD Case Study: Brain Tumor Embolization

The benefits of preoperative embolization for treating meningiomas and other skull base tumors.

Prostatic Artery Embolization at Mount Sinai Video

Prostatic Artery Embolization at Mount Sinai

Watch a PAE on a 74-year-old with a 20-year history of BPH.

 

Monkeypox

New Research Defines Specific Genomic Changes Associated with the Transmissibility of the Monkeypox Virus News

New Research Defines Specific Genomic Changes Associated with the Transmissibility of the Monkeypox Virus

Mount Sinai scientists, in collaboration with researchers from the Carlos III Health Institute (ISCIII) in Madrid, Spain, have located and identified alterations in the monkeypox virus genome that potentially correlate with changes in ...

Mpox News

Mpox

The mpox virus is rare. Over the last few months there has been an increase in cases among people who have not traveled to areas where mpox was considered more common.

Curious About the Monkeypox Vaccine? Here’s What You Need to Know News

Curious About the Monkeypox Vaccine? Here’s What You Need to Know

Richard Silvera, MD, MPH of Mount Sinai details important information about monkeypox vaccination.

Polio News

Polio

The New York State Department of Health has reported a case of paralytic polio in a young adult and the poliovirus has been found in the New York City sewer system.

 

Neurology & Neurosurgery | View More

Improving Management of Epilepsy: Partnering With Independent Neurologists Around the United States for Enhanced Patient Care News

Improving Management of Epilepsy: Partnering With Independent Neurologists Around the United States for Enhanced Patient Care

Mount Sinai, long a leader in epilepsy care and research, is expanding its partnerships with independent neurologists and primary care physicians across the United States, building on its expertise in new diagnostics and successful strategies ...

Mount Sinai Neurosurgery Chair, Joshua Bederson, MD Case Study: Brain Tumor Embolization Video

Mount Sinai Neurosurgery Chair, Joshua Bederson, MD Case Study: Brain Tumor Embolization

The benefits of preoperative embolization for treating meningiomas and other skull base tumors.

How Mount Sinai Neurology and Neurosurgery Are Changing the Game News

How Mount Sinai Neurology and Neurosurgery Are Changing the Game

It has been an outstanding year of achievements on the clinical, research, and innovation fronts. Read on to learn how—and where—our Mount Sinai teams excelled.

 

Nuclear Medicine | View More

Annual Meeting of the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) featuring Munir Ghesani, MD, and Edward Wolin, MD Video

Annual Meeting of the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) featuring Munir Ghesani, MD, and Edward Wolin, MD

Learn more about advances in Nuclear Medicine and hear the amazing story of a patient treated at Mount Sinai’s Tisch Cancer Center.

Association of Sex, Reduced Myocardial Flow Reserve and Long-term Mortality Across Spectrum of Atherosclerotic Disease News

Association of Sex, Reduced Myocardial Flow Reserve and Long-term Mortality Across Spectrum of Atherosclerotic Disease

This large study of patients undergoing PET MPI demonstrated that although reduced MBFR was more prevalent in women compared with men, there were no sex-specific differences in the prognostic value of reduced MBFR.

Reclassification of Severe Ischemia on PET Versus SPECT MPI Using a Same-Patient Simultaneous Imaging Protocol News

Reclassification of Severe Ischemia on PET Versus SPECT MPI Using a Same-Patient Simultaneous Imaging Protocol

This study reviews the need for a separate risk threshold with PET and SPECT while selecting a high-risk population as the target for an intervention.

Prognostic Relationship Between Coronary Artery Calcium Score, Perfusion Defects, and Myocardial Blood Flow Reserve in Patients With Suspected Coronary Artery Disease News

Prognostic Relationship Between Coronary Artery Calcium Score, Perfusion Defects, and Myocardial Blood Flow Reserve in Patients With Suspected Coronary Artery Disease

Use of anatomic testing such as coronary artery calcium scoring (CACS) of 0 to avoid myocardial perfusion imaging in symptomatic patients could lead to missing microvascular dysfunction in 4 out of 10 patients, a finding associated with a high mortality risk.

 

Obstetrics & Gynecology | View More

Mount Sinai Receives $3 Million Gift to Support Women’s Health Research News

Mount Sinai Receives $3 Million Gift to Support Women’s Health Research

Four important areas across the lifespan—endometriosis, cervical cancer, preeclampsia, and menopause—are the focus of a $3 million gift from the Pershing Square Foundation to support women’s health research.

Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science 2024 News

Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science 2024

As a leader in Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science, Mount Sinai meets a wide range of women's health care needs across the lifespan.

Message From the Chair News

Message From the Chair

At the Raquel and Jaime Gilinski Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science, we are dedicated to our patients’ care across the lifespan, and to training the next generation of reproductive health leaders.

With Empathy and Advanced Care, Mount Sinai-Rainbow Clinic Supports Full-Term Births After Perinatal Loss News

With Empathy and Advanced Care, Mount Sinai-Rainbow Clinic Supports Full-Term Births After Perinatal Loss

The Mount Sinai-Rainbow Clinic is the first of its kind in the United States. Its multidisciplinary team members have special training to understand and respond to the special circumstances and sensitivities of parents who have experienced perinatal loss.

 

Occupational Medicine | View More

Meet the Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health Video

Meet the Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health

The Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health are widely recognized as leaders in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of workplace injuries and illnesses

Meet the Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health: Mid-Hudson Valley Video

Meet the Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health: Mid-Hudson Valley

The Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health are widely recognized as leaders in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of workplace injuries and illnesses

Mount Sinai Experts Explain Medical Treatment Under Workers’ Compensation Video

Mount Sinai Experts Explain Medical Treatment Under Workers’ Compensation

At the Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health, Workers' Compensation Coordinators are available to assist patients with filing New York State Workers' Compensation claims

 

Oncology | View More

Mount Sinai’s Raja Flores, MD: New Standards in Lung Cancer Surgery Video

Mount Sinai’s Raja Flores, MD: New Standards in Lung Cancer Surgery

Raja Flores, MD, discusses nuanced approaches to surgical care for lung cancer, neoadjuvent chemotherapy, the role of randomized clinical trials, treatment for mesothelioma, and more

Breast Cancer Susceptibility Genes Figure in Screening for Pancreatic Cancer News

Breast Cancer Susceptibility Genes Figure in Screening for Pancreatic Cancer

Approximately 10 percent of pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma is due to a hereditary or genetic predisposition, including variants in the breast and ovarian cancer syndrome genes BRCA1 and BRCA2.

Multidisciplinary Team Provides Specialized Care for 3-Year-Old With Wilms Tumor News

Multidisciplinary Team Provides Specialized Care for 3-Year-Old With Wilms Tumor

A three-year-old boy from Eritrea with tuberculosis and Wilms tumor received multidisciplinary care from specialists at Mount Sinai Kravis Children's Hospital. He has been doing well after surgery and chemotherapy.

Women’s Heart and Vascular Center Assesses Cancer and Obstetrics Patients for Risks Often Underdiagnosed News

Women’s Heart and Vascular Center Assesses Cancer and Obstetrics Patients for Risks Often Underdiagnosed

The clinics work closely with the Dubin Breast Center and the Cardio-Oncology Program, drawing on Mount Sinai’s network of specialists and resources.

 

Ophthalmology | View More

Uncovering Glaucoma’s Vascular Link in People of African Descent Document

Uncovering Glaucoma’s Vascular Link in People of African Descent

Alon Harris, MS, PhD, FARVO, has committed 30 years of research to chipping away at the notion that intraocular pressure (IOP) is the predominant risk factor for openangle glaucoma (OAG), particularly in people of African descent.

Helping Low-Vision Patients Lead Independent Lives Document

Helping Low-Vision Patients Lead Independent Lives

For all their hard work to preserve and restore eyesight, ophthalmologists often reach the limits of what they can accomplish with standard treatment.

Intra-Arterial Chemotherapy Is a Game Changer for Patients With Retinoblastoma News

Intra-Arterial Chemotherapy Is a Game Changer for Patients With Retinoblastoma

New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai is one of the few institutions in the New York metropolitan area to treat retinoblastoma, the most common type of eye cancer in young children.

Ophthalmology Specialty Report 2023 News

Ophthalmology Specialty Report 2023

New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai (NYEE) made significant strides in the fields of science and technology over the past year, particularly in the pursuit of cutting-edge approaches to early detection and treatment of diseases ...

 

Orthopedics | View More

Applying Novel Techniques to Preserve the Knee and Other Joints News

Applying Novel Techniques to Preserve the Knee and Other Joints

When it comes to knee repairs, Mount Sinai’s sports medicine surgeons have one goal: reduce or eliminate the need for joint replacement.

Advancing Shoulder Arthroplasty With 3D Technology News

Advancing Shoulder Arthroplasty With 3D Technology

Mount Sinai’s Leesa Galatz, MD, is embracing 3D-printed shoulder arthroplasty to create customized implants for each patient.

Orthopedic Surgery 2024 News

Orthopedic Surgery 2024

Since 1910, Mount Sinai’s Department of Orthopedic Surgery has been dedicated to understanding health conditions spanning the field of orthopedics.

A Message from the Chair News

A Message from the Chair

Leesa M. Galatz, MD, Mount Sinai Professor and Chair, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, recognizes the many accomplishments of the previous year, including U.S. News & World Report® ranking The ...

 

Otolaryngology/ENT | View More

The Mount Sinai Otolaryngology Surgical Video Series Symposium

The Mount Sinai Otolaryngology Surgical Video Series

The Mount Sinai Otolaryngology Surgical Video Series is a detailed, step-by-step instructional guide for surgeons and surgical trainees to learn standard approaches to ENT/Otolaryngology procedures.

Research Illuminates the Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone Receptor, With Implications for Future Therapies News

Research Illuminates the Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone Receptor, With Implications for Future Therapies

Mount Sinai researchers have made breakthrough discoveries about the thyroid-stimulating hormone receptor that suggest new approaches to the treatment of autoimmune thyroid disease.

Improving Mobility and Balance Among Older Adults With Hearing Loss News

Improving Mobility and Balance Among Older Adults With Hearing Loss

According to a new study led by Mount Sinai’s Maura Cosetti, MD, older adults with untreated bilateral hearing loss struggled to multitask during a test that assessed mobility and balance much more than participants without hearing loss. ...

 

Mount Sinai Kravis Children's Hospital| View More

A Healthier Future for Every Child News

A Healthier Future for Every Child

Every day, Mount Sinai Kravis Children’s Hospital works to fulfill our mission of delivering innovative care, research, and education that equitably advances health for children and families.

Ahead of the Curve: Pediatric Advanced Diagnostic and Interventional Bronchoscopy News

Ahead of the Curve: Pediatric Advanced Diagnostic and Interventional Bronchoscopy

Interventional bronchoscopy has long been part of the adult pulmonologist's armamentarium; however, it is rarely used in children for a variety of reasons. But at Mount Sinai Kravis Children’s Hospital, interventional bronchoscopy has ...

Children's Health 2024 News

Children's Health 2024

Mount Sinai delivers innovative care, research, and education that equitably advances health for children and families. Learn more about our divisions below and in this report.

Skin Tapes May Be a Game Changer for IBD News

Skin Tapes May Be a Game Changer for IBD

Mount Sinai researchers are pioneering the use of non-invasive stickers placed on the skin to give the equivalent of a skin biopsy for pediatric patients suspected of having inflammatory bowel disease. The skin cells retrieved by the tapes ...

 

Psychiatry| View More

Introducing Mount Sinai-Behavioral Health Center: Integrating Mental Health, Substance Use, and Primary Care Services News

Introducing Mount Sinai-Behavioral Health Center: Integrating Mental Health, Substance Use, and Primary Care Services

In June, Mount Sinai launched a comprehensive, state-of-the-art destination for integrated mental health, substance use, and primary care, with a commitment to fostering breakthrough clinical research: the Mount Sinai-Behavioral Health Center.

Continuing to Redefine Addiction Medicine Through Neuroimaging News

Continuing to Redefine Addiction Medicine Through Neuroimaging

A leader of neuroimaging and addiction science at Mount Sinai has discovered the impairment of a brain circuit pathway as a key driver in human drug addiction, extending previous findings in animal models. These findings hold potential ...

Mount Sinai Study shows improvement in function of a brain area responsible for inhibitory control impaired by heroin use disorder News

Mount Sinai Study shows improvement in function of a brain area responsible for inhibitory control impaired by heroin use disorder

In line with their previous work, researchers from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai showed that individuals with heroin use disorder have lower activity in the anterior and dorsolateral PFC when performing an inhibitory control ...

 

Pulmonology | View More

The Unusual Protective Properties of SARS-CoV-2 in People With Asthma News

The Unusual Protective Properties of SARS-CoV-2 in People With Asthma

Mount Sinai researchers are exploring the finding that certain proteins produced by patients with mild to moderate eosinophilic asthma downregulate the angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 receptor that allows SARS-CoV-2 entry to airway cells, ...

Support Services at Mount Sinai Make a Difference for Patients With Lung Disease News

Support Services at Mount Sinai Make a Difference for Patients With Lung Disease

To help patients with lung disease work through what can be a life-changing diagnosis, Mount Sinai provides holistic, compassionate care.

A Systematic Approach to Incidental Lung Nodules News

A Systematic Approach to Incidental Lung Nodules

Mount Sinai Health System is taking a systematic approach to addressing incidental lung nodules. It includes using natural language processing to scan all Mount Sinai Morningside and Mount Sinai West chest-related radiological reports ...

Pulmonology, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine 2024 News

Pulmonology, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine 2024

The Catherine and Henry J. Gaisman Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine provides state-of-the-art consultation, diagnostic testing, and clinical and multidisciplinary care to patients with simple and complex respiratory ...

 

Rehabilitation | View More

Online Spinal Cord Injury Programs Scale to New Heights Post-Pandemic News

Online Spinal Cord Injury Programs Scale to New Heights Post-Pandemic

What started out as spinal cord injury programs going online out of necessity during the COVID pandemic gained traction over the years.

A New Facility for Rehabilitation Medicine and Human Performance News

A New Facility for Rehabilitation Medicine and Human Performance

A long overdue revamp of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine's inpatient unit is set to improve patient care, modernize equipment, as well as take education and research capabilities to new levels.

Rehabilitation and Human Performance 2024 News

Rehabilitation and Human Performance 2024

The Department of Rehabilitation and Human Performance at Mount Sinai has been dedicated to advancing human performance and solving barriers for those with disabilities since 1910.

Welcome from the Chair News

Welcome from the Chair

The Department of Rehabilitation and Human Performance at Mount Sinai continues to outdo itself each year, and 2023 likewise saw achievements in our clinical, research, and education programs.

 

Urology | View More

Significant Advances in Cancer Treatment and Research for the Department of Urology News

Significant Advances in Cancer Treatment and Research for the Department of Urology

Significant advances in patient care and research by the Milton and Carroll Petrie Department of Urology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai were recognized as the Department recorded a number of significant milestones in 2023 ...

An Important Milestone: Marking the 500th Robotic Cystectomy Surgery in the Bladder Cancer Program News

An Important Milestone: Marking the 500th Robotic Cystectomy Surgery in the Bladder Cancer Program

A team at the Department of Urology recently performed the 500throbotic cystectomy in Mount Sinai’s Bladder Cancer Program, a significant milestone that underscores innovations in patient care, research, and clinical excellence that make ...

Saline-Assisted Fascial Engorgement (SAFE): An Innovative Technique for Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy News

Saline-Assisted Fascial Engorgement (SAFE): An Innovative Technique for Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy

One of the biggest challenges in managing aggressive and locally advanced prostate cancer is how best to balance the competing goals of achieving cancer control with maintaining continence and sexual function among patients.

Urology 2024 News

Urology 2024

The Milton and Carroll Petrie Department of Urology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai has long been a leader in clinical practice, education, and research, where we perform complex procedures using robotics, laparoscopy, and ...

Extraordinary advances are happening at the Mount Sinai Health System, and we want you to be among the first to know. The Mount Sinai Physician’s Channel will show you some of the innovative procedures, new developments in patient care, and complex cases that are being performed in our world-class facilities. We invite you to come back often to stay on top of what’s new in your specific field, and others.

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