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Image-guided radiation therapy (IGRT) uses X-ray, cone-beam CT scanning, electromagnetic tracking, optical surface tracking or ultrasound imaging during treatments to locate and focus radiation beams precisely at the tumors.


Imaging - Greenwich Village

200 West 13th Street | 5th Floor | New York, NY 10011

(646) 665-6700


Immunotherapy (also called biologic therapy, biological response modifier therapy, or biotherapy) uses the body's immune system to fight cancer. The cells, antibodies and organs of the immune system work to protect and defend the body against foreign invaders, such as bacteria or viruses.


Moyamoya disease can cause transient, or temporary, episodes of muscle weakness or paralysis on one side of the body, sometimes alternating sides between episodes...


Surgical nail procedures include treatments for fungal nail infection and ingrown toenails. Prescription antifungal medicines taken by mouth may help clear a fungal nail infection...


Inguinal and scrotal disorders in children refer to two main issues: inguinal hernias and hydroceles. Our expert surgeons use leading-edge techniques to repair these problems in both boys and girls.


The Intensive Psychiatric Rehabilitation Treatment (IPRT) Program at Zucker Hillside Hospital helps individuals with psychiatric disabilities set, maintain and achieve goals in their work, social and personal lives.


Many patients in intensive care need advanced treatment for severe pain from surgery, a cardiac event or other serious health problem. Patients with chronic illnesses also need ongoing treatment to relieve pain caused by the disease and the side effects of treatment...


Intensive insulin management therapy takes an aggressive approach to the blood glucose management. It involves setting specific goals for maintaining blood sugar levels within a certain range before and after meals...


Interventional cardiology refers to specialized procedures in which catheters are guided by X-ray to either your coronary arteries to help open blockages or your heart to make repairs. The initial procedure is similar to diagnostic catheterization, except that interventional cardiologists perform actual treatments.


Our intestinal rehabilitation program is a multidisciplinary group that meets biweekly to discuss pediatric patients who have short bowel syndrome. Our group collaborates to determine the most appropriate surgical and nonsurgical approaches to treat these babies/children and ensure they keep growing appropriately.


With a brain aneurysm, you may require an intracranial bypass to route blood around a blocked blood vessel. This restores blood flow to the brain. The surgical procedure involves a surgeon making a small hole to expose the area that needs to be treated...


If you or a loved one is suffering from a neurologic condition that requires urgent care, also known as a neurocritical incident, such as a traumatic brain injury, brain hemorrhage or stroke, the Neurocritical Care Center offers specialized staff that will monitor and treat your symptoms...


Chronic back pain can be hard to live with. You may have pain that is difficult to manage, even if you’ve been diligent about making lifestyle changes, attending therapy appointments and trying various treatments that your doctor recommends...


An extradural approach to Chiari malformation is minimally invasive. For more complicated cases, doctors may need to take a more invasive intradural approach.


Intraoperative radiation therapy (IORT) involves the application of a single large dose of radiation, using low-energy X-rays or electrons, at the time of surgery.


If you suffer from certain types of chronic pain, you have probably worked with your treatment team on different approaches to pain management. Sometimes, it can be challenging to find the right treatment...


When your immune system is suppressed due to a nerve disorder, your body becomes weak. One thing that can help your body build strength and fight immune disorders is immunoglobulin, an antibody mixture made from plasma...


Intravenous patient controlled analgesia is when a patient controls the administration of pain medication by pressing a button to inject medicine at controlled amounts and intervals through an intravenous (within the vein) tube in the vein.


An intravenous pyelogram, also called intravenous urography, is a diagnostic X-ray of the kidneys, ureters, and bladder. When a contrast dye is injected intravenously (IV), the urinary tract will show up very clearly, which is not seen on regular X-rays...


The iontophoresis procedure uses electricity to temporarily turn off the sweat glands. This procedure has been used for several decades to treat palmar and plantar hyperhidrosis, or sweaty hands and feet...