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Labor and delivery services can help with all aspects of labor, including planning ahead, signs of delivery and the delivery process.


Labral repair surgery is a procedure used to reverse damage to the labrum, or cartilage, in the shoulder. The head of the upper arm bone (humeral head) rests in a shallow socket in the shoulder blade, called the glenoid. A soft fibrocartilaginous tissue rim, labrum surrounds the socket like a form of “weather stripping” and deepens it by up to 50 percent so that the head of the upper arm bone fits more securely and moves easily within the socket. If the labrum is torn, it can greatly hinder movement in the shoulder while causing a tremendous amount of pain.


Laparoscopic abdominal cerclage is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that deals with the prevention of pregnancy loss due to a weak cervix.


Laparoscopic and robotic surgeries are minimally invasive procedures associated with less pain, smaller incisions and a quicker recovery time.


Laparoscopic spine surgery is a minimally invasive surgery that enables a surgeon to perform a spine operation without having to make a large incision.


The leadership of the Medical Group is comprised of Dr. Ira Nash and Dr. Louis Potters


Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) is a method for improving voice and speech in individuals with Parkinson’s disease or brain injuries that impact the voice...


Learn about cardiovascular and thoracic services offered at Lenox Hill Hospital.


Neurosurgery at Lenox Hill Hospital recognizes the importance of offering grand rounds, case conferences, and other CME-accredited regularly scheduled series (RSS)...


The Leukemia and Lymphoma Program at Cohen Children’s offers individualized therapies for every type of leukemia or lymphoma seen in infants, children, adolescents and young adults.


A Level II ultrasound is an examination that allows your doctor to see detailed images of your baby’s development, exposing any warning signs of complications.


One of the most common cosmetic procedures in the world, liposuction (or lipo) is the process of improving body contours by removing excess fat deposits. The procedure can slim and reshape stubborn areas to make them more in proportion to the rest of the body.


Though not a cure for lipedema or lymphedema, liposuction can remove excess fat in order to alleviate the symptoms and discomfort that come with these conditions.


Overview Lithotripsy is a noninvasive (the skin is not pierced) procedure used to treat kidney stones that are too large to pass through the urinary tract...


We created the first pediatric hepatology program on Long Island to care specifically for kids with transplant and non-transplant liver disease. We are dedicated to providing high-quality, collaborative care to ensure that your child has the best chance for recovery.


Because of the wide range of information necessary to determine eligibility for a liver transplant, the evaluation process is carried out. The expert team at the Center for Liver Disease performs comprehensive evaluations for liver transplantations...


Learn more about the pathology laboratory services offered at Northwell Health.


Our skilled robotic surgeons practice at a number of convenient locations. Find one near you.


Long-acting reversible contraceptive options offer pregnancy protection without any required action on your part. These devices can be removed at any time.


A loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP) is used to remove abnormal tissue found in the cervix. The tissue is sent to a lab for additional testing.


Loose bodies are small fragments of detached bone or cartilage that float through the body, catching or locking in the joints. The best treatment and surgery for the removal of loose bodies depends on a few important factors including age, current and past health, the extent of the loose body to be removed, the location of the loose body and any history with other medications and treatments...


Loose bodies are small fragments of detached bone or cartilage that float through the body, catching or locking in the joints. The best treatment and surgery for the removal of loose bodies depends on a few important factors including age, current and past health, the extent of the loose body to be removed, the location of the loose body and any history with other medications and treatments. Sports or work injuries are the most common causes of loose bodies. Often, loose body removal is required because of degenerative diseases, such as osteoarthritis. These diseases are often found in people who use one or more of their joints an extraordinary amount, such as athletes or people whose jobs require extensive lifting, particularly overhead.


Lumbar decompression is a surgery most commonly used to treat lumbar spinal stenosis, a condition in which the spinal canal and/or vertebral foramen becomes narrowed. If the narrowing is substantial, it can cause nerve compression and result in painful symptoms. Lumbar decompression surgery removes any structures that are compressing the nerves in the lumbar (lower back) section of the spinal canal or vertebral foramen (the opening through which the spinal cord passes).


Lumbar laminectomy is a surgical procedure that is performed to alleviate persistent, often debilitating pain caused by pressure on the nerves (neural impingement), a herniated disc or a tumor on the spine. Low back pain from problems in the lumbar (lower) spine can range from mild, dull or annoying to persistent, severe and debilitating. Pain in the lumbar region of the back can restrict mobility and interfere with normal functioning and activities.


Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death among men and women in this country, claiming more lives each year than colon, prostate, ovarian and breast cancers combined...


Lymph node transfer is a treatment for lymphedema in which lymph nodes are transplanted from other areas in the body to replace those that have been removed.


Lymphaticovenous anastomosis (LVA) is a method of redirecting excess lymphatic fluid into the venous system to reduce the appearance of lymphedema and prevent its recurrence.


Excisional surgeries are a kind of treatment for lymphedema in which the excess fat is removed from the affected extremities to reduce the volume (debulk) of the limb.


The lymphedema therapy program provides comprehensive treatment, management and education to patients who have abnormal lymphatic flow due to cancer, surgery, radiation, vascular insufficiency, infection, trauma or unknown cause...