Darius P. Melisaratos, MD

Dr. Darius P. Melisaratos is a Board Certified Radiologist specializing in Neuroradiology. He completed a Fellowship in Neuroradiology at New York Presbyterian Hospital Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Weill Cornell Medical Center. He did his Radiology residency training at Monterfiore Medical Center, Bronx NY. Dr. Melisaratos has a wide variety of experience in MRI, CT and conventional radiology of brain and spine conditions in addition to MRI of musculoskeletal joint and limb conditions. Dr. Melisaratos is an active member in the New York Roentgen Society and the American Society of Neuroradiology. In addition to sports and spine conditions, Dr. Melisaratos is especially interested in the imaging of brachial plexus and peripheral nerves.

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Assistant Attending Radiologist, Hospital for Special Surgery
Assistant Professor of Radiology, Weill Cornell Medical College


Special Expertise

MRI of Brain and Spine


American Society of Neuroradiology
New York Roentgen Society

Specialized Centers

Insurances Accepted

Affinity Access
Blue Cross HMO POS
Blue Cross PPO
Blue Cross Pathway
Blue Cross Pathway Enhanced
Emblem Selectcare
MultiPlan PHCS
NYS Empire Plan
United Healthcare
United Healthcare Compass

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Boston University School of Medicine, Boston MA, Six Year BA-MD Program, 1987


St. Michael's Medical Center, NJ


Montefiore Medical Center, NY, 1992
Chief Resident


NYP-Cornell/MMSKCC, NY, 1993


American Board of Radiology, 1992

State Licensure


For more publications, please see the PubMed listing.

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Contact Information

Office Locations

535 East 70th Street
New York, NY 10021

Tel: 212.606.1923
Fax: 212.774.7830

Mailing Address

Hospital for Special Surgery
535 East 70th Street
New York, NY 10021

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