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NOVA™
Non-invasive Optimal Vessel Analysis
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more about the state-of-the-art technology that we use.

 

 

 

 

 

Specializing in state-of-the art, conventional, and minimally invasive neurological, vascular and spinal surgery.

Our Practice's Comprehensive Surgical Capabilities

Dr. David Langer's
work with aneurysms, cerebral malformations, and minimally invasive spine surgery, has put him in the forefront of neurological medicine.

Dr. Langer is Chief of Neurosurgery at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. He is also an Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery at Hofstra University School of Medicine.

Dr. Langer is a frequent lecturer, whose research appears regularly in scientific journals.  Please click here for Dr. Langer's latest publications. 


Contact: Catie Morgan Cmorgan8@nshs.edu


Lenox Hill Hospital

100 East 77th Street
(77th St. and Lexington Ave.)
New York, NY 10075
Phone: 212-434-3900

FAX: 212-434-3899

Call us to find out what insurance companies we participate with. Please feel free to contact us by telephone, or email us with additional questions, or concerns. Click on the text below to learn more about what we specialize in treating.

 

Cerebrovascular

Spinal

Spinal Procedures

Tumors

Skull Base Tumors


Dr. Langer is a leader in the use of NOVA (Non-invasive Optimal Vessel Analysis) an MRI technique that permits the measurement of blood flow in the brain noninvasively allowing precise and accurate planning of surgical treatment of stroke and brain revascularization.

 

Dr. Langer Media & Publications


 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Langer wrote a personal piece in AANS Neurosurgeon about his mid-life return to training for endovascular neurosurgery. Click here to view.

New York, Jan 15, 2011

The Saturday Early Show (CBS, National) asks Dr. Langer in-studio to get his impressions regarding Congresswoman Gifford.

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Note: Video is in Quicktime format for both Mac and Windows. If you need a Quicktime player, go here to download for free.

New York, Jan 9, 2011

Fox News asks Dr. Langer about Congresswoman Gifford.

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Note: Video is in Quicktime format for both Mac and Windows. If you need a Quicktime player, go here to download for free.

New York, July 30, 2007
Fox News reports "What May Have Caused Chief Justice Roberts' Seizure." Dr. Langer is quoted in this article. Click here to read more...

WASHINGTON, July 30, 2007 — Dr. Langer was interviewed by the New York Times to give his expert opinion and perspective on Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr.'s seizure. Click here to read more...
New York, Jan 24, 2007
Fox News reports on the excellent recovery of the patient treated with the ELANA technique in New York Dec 12, 2006.

 

The New York Times (Science Section) December 19, 2006. Dr. David Langer has recently performed groundbreaking surgery on a giant aneurysm, utilizing the ELANA Technique. This procedure is featured in an extensive article in the NY Times. Click on the following links to see the slideshow, read the article and see the video "With Lasers and Daring, Doctors Race to Save a Young Man’s Brain".

"The patient is the first person in the United States to undergo an operation involving the use of an excimer laser to treat a giant brain aneurysm, a dangerous ballooning of an artery that could burst and kill him or leave him with devastating brain damage. The aneurysm was too big for the most common treatments, which involve clips or metal coils; it required bypass surgery on an artery in the brain. The laser is not approved for brain surgery in the United States, but Dr. Langer got permission from the Food and Drug Administration, to use the Elana technique on an emergency basis for Mr. Ratuszny, at Roosevelt Hospital, in Manhattan."


Dr. Langer was also interviewed in the New York Times on December 15, 2006 in reference to his opinions about AVMs and Senator Tim Johnson's surgery. Click to access the link to the New York Times interview.

 

 

   

 
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