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Introducing Bruce Landau

“A fool with a tool is still a fool.” Lars Leksell MD

“Don’t be a fool!”  Mark McLaughlin, MD

Dear Patients and Colleagues,

Bruce Landau RT (R) ARRT

I am happy to introduce our interventional radiology colleague, Mr. Bruce Landau who I have known for many years and consider the best in the business when it comes to radiation technology.  Bruce, like many radiation technologists, has dedicated his career to perfecting and honing his skills to master the equipment and the delivery of image guidance in the operating room to help surgeons better care for their patients.  The Radiation Technologist is an integral part of the operating team in many surgical procedures.  My former chairman at the University of Pittsburgh, L. Dade Lunsford, once pronounced that the success of certain highly technical image guided procedures in the Operating Room depended not as much on the surgeon, but on how good the Radiation Technologist was in that theatre.  When I used to work with Bruce years ago at St. Francis Medical Center, I always was comforted to know that he was in my room, because I knew he would ensure that our case went smoothly and that our patient was going to get the very best imaging.

I have asked Bruce to write as a guest blogger for PBSC and to help educate our patients about some of the cutting edge minimally invasive neurosurgical procedures we use for the treatment of stroke and aneurysms.  This technology has revolutionized the way we care for our neurovascular patients.  Mr. Landau’s article describes his involvement in the conception, design, and implementation of one of the strongest Interventional Vascular Centers in the world at the University of Pennsylvania.

The physicians at Princeton Brain, Spine and Sports Medicine Care frequently collaborate with UPenn’s center of excellence and are pleased to present you with this blog.

Mark R. McLaughlin, MD
March 26, 2012

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