To provide the best possible patient care, our Vascular Surgery Service uses the Non-Invasive Vascular Laboratory of Stony Brook University Hospital. The Non-Invasive Vascular Laboratory at Stony Brook Medicine performs sophisticated non-invasive cerebral, peripheral, and abdominal vascular studies. Our lab is fully accredited by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC). Meeting the high standards set by the ICA demonstrates our lab's commitment to excellence and quality assurance in vascular testing.
The lab houses a wide variety of state-of-the-art equipment used not only as aids in the diagnosis of circulatory disorders, but also in the follow-up of a large number of outpatients. Our Non-Invasive Vascular Laboratory is complemented by an excellent special procedures division of the radiology department.
The special procedures division provides service in all the techniques of interventional radiology, including balloon dilatation (angioplasty), invasive pressure monitoring, and therapeutic embolization.
|Director: Nicos Labropoulos, PhD, RVT|
|Co-Medical Director: Antonios P. Gasparis, MD|
|Co-Medical Director: Angela A. Kokkosis, MD|
|RVT Hospital Manager: Seguna Arunachalam|
|RVT Outpatient Manager: Jessica Norton|
*All appointments for testing require a written order from a physician
|Stony Brook University Hospital||Stony Brook Vascular Center|
|To schedule an appointment call, (631) 444-1716||To schedule an appointment call, (631) 638-1670|
Non-Invasive Vascular Laboratory
Stony Brook Vascular Center
Non-invasive vascular evaluations offer a number of advantages. These sophisticated tests are painless and can document the presence, location, and severity of arterial and venous vascular disease. In addition, the non-invasive nature of the exam greatly reduces patient risk and enhances patient comfort when compared to invasive diagnostic procedures. These tests are also cost-effective, an important consideration in today's healthcare environment.
The Non-Invasive Vascular Laboratory takes a "service-oriented" approach to physicians and patients. This is exemplified by:
- Rapid Report Turn-Around Time
- Sensitivity to Patient Needs
- Comprehensive Evaluation
- State-of-the-Art Technology- including Direct Studies & Indirect Studies