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Whether you have a ruptured or unruptured brain aneurysm, our knowledgeable team will provide you with the most advanced treatment options, giving you the best chance for a successful outcome.
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At The Center for Cerebrovascular and Neuroendovascular Surgery, we have 24/7 capability to accept patient transfers from surrounding hospitals. We provide leading-edge imaging services, including CT angiography and 3D angiography, to diagnose patients in their most vulnerable moments.

Once a diagnosis is made, we’re equipped to offer a variety of neuro-interventional radiology and neurosurgery services, including:

  • Aneurysm coiling
  • Stent placement 
  • Arteriovenous malformation embolization
  • Micro-neurosurgical aneurysm clipping
  • Cerebral bypass
  • Ventriculostomy 
  • Cerebrospinal fluid stunting

Each month, our highly experienced nurse practitioners and social workers hold our Circle of Friends support group, providing education, resources and emotional support to brain aneurysm patients and their families.

For the last 10 years, in partnership with the Brain Aneurysm Foundation, we’ve helped bring Long Island the Annual Brain Aneurysm Walk—which has raised over $700,000 dedicated to support essential research focused on brain aneurysms.

The Lenox Bypass™

The Lenox Bypass is a new type of intracranial (occurring within the skull) bypass developed at Lenox Hill Hospital. This innovative procedure improves the safety of aneurysm treatment by avoiding neck incisions, drilling into the skull and using long blood vessels required in traditional procedures. The creation of the Lenox Bypass was made possible by the unique, team-based approach of Northwell Health physicians, working collaboratively across departments.

Get involved

Each year, the Center for Cerebrovascular and Neuroendovascular Surgery organizes a Brain Aneurysm Awareness Walk in conjunction with the Brain Aneurysm Foundation. This event draws patients, family and caregivers in the spirit of community and education.

Long Island’s 11th Annual Brain Aneurysm Awareness Walk is at Jones Beach on September 21, 2019.

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Brain Aneurysm Center in the news
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Approximately 1,000 walkers helped raise $100,000 during Long Island’s 11th annual Brain Aneurysm Awareness Walk at Jones Beach State Park, hosted by Northwell Health’s Brain Aneurysm Center and the Brain Aneurysm Foundation.
On September 21, this year's walk will focus on increase awareness about the warning signs of a brain aneurysm.
David Chalif, MD, talks to WALK FM's John Lynch about this year's event.
Henry Woo, MD, discusses the Game of Thrones star's experience and explains why brain aneurysms emerge as a life-threatening condition.
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