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ENT robotic surgery is a type of minimally invasive surgery used to treat conditions of the ear, nose and throat using a sophisticated robotic system. This system provides the surgeon with an excellent view of the surgical area and the ability to use superfine, accurate motions with less human error. The snake-like telescoping instrumentation is extremely flexible and can reach difficult areas, providing surgeons with the ability to "look around the corner."


The EOS Imaging System is a low-dose, 3D imaging system that scans your child’s full skeleton in a standing or sitting position to capture natural posture and joint orientation.


Ear molding is a simple, non-surgical way to correct a baby’s abnormally shaped, folded or prominent ears. These deformities are easily corrected if diagnosed early in infancy, optimally at two or three weeks old. We use the latest ear molding techniques to achieve highly successful results.


In order to help diagnose certain heart problems in children and fetuses, our doctors use an echocardiogram, sometimes referred to as echo or cardiac ultrasound. This lets them look at the detailed structure of the heart, including the chambers, valves, veins and arteries, as well as the heart function. Our Echocardiography Laboratory ensures a high-level of training and imaging standards.


Elbow arthroscopy surgery, also referred to as "scoping the elbow," is a minimally invasive procedure used by orthopaedic surgeons to repair various painful diseases and disorders of the elbow such as arthritis, tennis elbow and thrower’s elbow...


Electrical stimulation of the pelvic floor is a painless and effective procedure that treats urinary incontinence, frequency and urgency of urination.


Learn more about the experienced Electroconvulsive Therapy program at Zucker Hillside Hospital and how the specialists are treating psychotic disorders with this treatment.


Electrodiagnostic testing (electromyography and nerve conduction velocity studies [EMG/NCS]) is a form of testing that is used to study nerve and muscle function...


An electroencephalogram (EEG) is a test used to measure and record the electrical activity of your brain. With special sensors attached to your head, a computer records your brain’s electrical activity...


When you are experiencing symptoms of a nerve or muscle disorder, such as muscle weakness, tingling, numbness or muscle cramping, your doctor may recommend that you undergo a procedure called an electromyography (EMG)...


Electrophysiology (EP) is a cardiac specialty that involves the diagnosis and treatment of heart rhythm disorders. Our electrophysiologists are highly skilled specialists trained to diagnose and treat all types of heart rhythm disorders. That’s why patients rely on us for quality care from an expert. We are advancing electrophysiology with regionally and nationally recognized specialists who are committed to treating the full spectrum of heart rhythm disorders.


The Electrophysiology Division helps patients with diagnostic and electrophysiology services. At Staten Island University Hospital, we give compassionate care to adolescent, adult, and geriatric patients...


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Our wait times are defined as the length of time between when a visitor registers at the emergency department to the time where they see a qualified medical professional...


The sports medicine doctors at the Department of Emergency Medicine at North Shore University Hospital provide nonsurgical, in-office procedures for a variety of acute injuries and chronic conditions...


Learn about coordinated endocrine disorder treatment for thyroid disorders, diabetes, and menopause and perimenopause symptoms.


At Staten Island University Hospital, our endocrinology services are designed to help patients restore the normal balance of hormones in the body. We also have a dedicated pediatric division of endocrinology...


An endometrial ablation is the surgical removal of the lining of the uterus (endometrium) to reduce excessive menstrual bleeding.


If you have a skull base tumor, such as a pituitary tumor or a tumor located toward the front part of the skull, you may be able to have the tumor treated and removed endoscopically...


If your hyperhidrosis is excessive and not responding to non-surgical treatments, you may be a candidate for endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy (ETS). This treatment is for severe cases of palmar hyperhidrosis (sweaty palms) and has also been used for abnormal sweating of the axillae (armpits), feet and face...


Both endoscopic third ventriculostomy and choroid plexus coagulation rid the brain of excess cerebral spinal fluid using minimally invasive techniques.   


An endoscope is a small, flexible tube with a light and a lens or tiny video camera on the end used to look into the esophagus, stomach, duodenum, colon, rectum, or other organs...


It can be overwhelming to learn that you have a brain aneurysm, but there are a number of effective treatment options available. Your doctor may recommend endovascular coiling to treat your aneurysm, which is a minimally invasive procedure...


A stroke can be both sudden and scary. Fortunately, there are better treatment options than ever. One option that may be recommended is endovascular stroke treatment...


Enteral access is used to feed a child when they are unable to eat on their own, and vascular access is used to deliver intravenous (IV) therapy to a child on a continuous basis. Our pediatric surgeons are experts at both of these important procedures.


The epidural anesthetic is commonly used for surgery of the lower limbs and during labor and childbirth. This type of anesthesia involves continually filling an anesthetic medication through a thin catheter (hollow tube)...


Back pain is sometimes the result of a herniated disk or a pinched nerve. Your healthcare team will evaluate the type of back pain that you have, and may recommend a treatment or combination of treatments...


Scar tissue from previous spinal surgeries, or from injuries, can sometimes cause a great deal of spinal pain. If you are experiencing this type of pain, the staff at the Spine Center can help work with you to find the right treatment...


If you have epilepsy, there are a number of epilepsy medication options for you to consider. It’s important to work closely with your health care providers to develop the best epilepsy therapy treatment for you...


This test can let the doctor see the lining of the esophagus all the way down to the gastroesophageal junction (where it meets the stomach). Upper endoscopy can confirm whether a person has cancer in the esophagus, as well as its size...


Essential tremor can be a frustrating and debilitating condition. Fortunately, there are a variety of treatment options that can help reduce your symptoms...


Any abnormal lump or bump in the hand or wrist may be a hand tumor. Most are benign (not cancer). Excision for hand tumors involves the removal of abnormal tissue located in the skin, soft tissue or bone of the hand.


External cephalic version is a procedure used if your baby is in a breech or side-lying position at around 36 to 38 weeks of pregnancy.


We are true trailblazers in the area of providing extracorporeal life support for babies and children; we're the first ECMO center on Long Island, and the second oldest center in New York state.


They say the eyes are the gateway to the soul. But aging, gravity and genetics can take their toll on the eyes. Eyelid surgery, or blepharoplasty, is a surgical procedure to improve the appearance of the eyelids.