Donato R. Pacione

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Donato R. Pacione, M.D.

Assistant Professor;
Departments of Neurosurgery (Neurosurgery), House Staff (Neurological Surgery) and Surgery (Fac)

Clinical Addresses

530 FIRST AVENUE
SUITE 8R
NEW YORK, NY 10016
Handicap Access: yes
Phone: 212-263-5525
Fax: 212-263-6577

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Medical Specialties

Neurosurgery

Medical Expertise

Spine Neurosurgery

Clinical Responsibilities

Donato Pacione MD, is an assistant professor of neurosurgery at NYU Langone Medical Center. He earned his bachelors degree in chemical/biomedical engineering, from Cornell University in 2001. From there he went on to earn his medical degree from New York Medical College. While there he was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society and graduated as the valedictorian of his medical school class in 2006. Dr. Pacione then came to NYU for his neurosurgery residency from 2006-2013. During his residency, he also completed an infolded minimally invasive and complex spine fellowship under the guidance of Dr. Frempong-Boadu. At the completion of his residency, Dr. Pacione was invited to join the NYU Neurosurgery Faculty practice in 2013.

Dr. Pacione maintains a general neurosurgery practice with an emphasis on complex spine pathology and skull base pathology, including meningiomas, pituitary adenomas as well as metastatic lesions.

Insurance

AETNA HMO, AETNA INDEMNITY, AETNA MEDICARE, AETNA POS, AETNA PPO/EPO, Cigna HMO/POS, Cigna PPO, EBCBS EPO, EBCBS HLTHY NY, EBCBS HMO, EBCBS INDEMNITY, EBCBS MEDIBLUE, EBCBS POS, EBCBS PPO, GHI CBP, HEALTHREPUBLIC, LOCAL 1199 PPO, MAGNACARE PPO, MULTIPLAN/PHCS PPO, Medicare, NYS EMPIRE PLAN, OSCAR, OXFORD EXCHANGE, OXFORD FREEDOM, Oxford Liberty, Oxford Medicare, Tricare, UHC EPO, UHC HMO, UHC MEDICARE, UHC POS, UHC PPO, UHC TOP TIER, UNITED EXCHANGE- COMPASS

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Education

2002-2006 — New York Medical College, Medical Education
2006-2007 — NYU Langone Medical Center (General Surgery), Internship
2007-2013 — NYU Langone Medical Center (Neurosurgery), Residency Training

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Research Interests

The anatomic and radiographic comparison of both open and endonasal approaches to the skul base; Percutaneous treatment of traumatic fractures of the spine.

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All data from NYU Health Sciences Library Faculty Bibliography — -

Contact:
http://hsl.med.nyu.edu/faculty-bibliography-search

Decreased risk of wound infection after posterior cervical fusion with routine local application of vancomycin powder
Strom, Russell G; Pacione, Donato; Kalhorn, Stephen P; Frempong-Boadu, Anthony K
2013 Jan;:?-? E1, Spine
— id: 421872, year: 2013, vol: , page: ?, stat: Journal Article,

Lumbar laminectomy and fusion with routine local application of vancomycin powder: Decreased infection rate in instrumented and non-instrumented cases
Strom, Russell G; Pacione, Donato; Kalhorn, Stephen P; Frempong-Boadu, Anthony K
2013 Apr;:1766-1769, Clinical neurology & neurosurgery
— id: 421862, year: 2013, vol: , page: 1766, stat: Journal Article,

Coagulation abnormalities in children undergoing epilepsy surgery
Pacione, Donato; Blei, Francine; Devinsky, Orrin; Weiner, Howard L; Roth, Jonathan
2011 Jun;7(6):654-659, Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics
— id: 134073, year: 2011, vol: 7, page: 654, stat: Journal Article,

Shunt malfunction causing acute neurological deterioration in 2 patients with previously asymptomatic Chiari malformation Type I
Elliott, Robert; Kalhorn, Stephen; Pacione, Donato; Weiner, Howard; Wisoff, Jeffrey; Harter, David
2009 Aug;4(2):170-175, Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics
— id: 101327, year: 2009, vol: 4, page: 170, stat: Journal Article,

Giant-cell tumors of the cervical spine: case report
Hunter, Christopher L; Pacione, Donato; Hornyak, Mark; Murali, Raj
2006 Nov;59(5):E1142-3; discussion E1143, Neurosurgery
— id: 155762, year: 2006, vol: 59, page: E1142, stat: Journal Article,