Adrian Greenstein, MD
- PROFESSOR | Surgery
Specialty:Colon and Rectal Surgery/Proctology
Dr. Adrian Greenstein is a world renowned colorectal surgeon with particular expertise in Crohn's disease and Ulcerative Colitis. He is a Fellow of the Royal Colleges of England as well as the American College of Surgeons. His training included stops in South Africa, England and Boston prior to starting a surgical practice at The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York where he serves as Professor of Surgery.
He has particular interest in reconstructive ulcerative colitis surgery- Total Proctocolectomy and construction of J Pouch with Ileoanal anastomosis, as well as complex fistulizing and obstructing Crohn's disease.
In addition to the extensive surgical experience he has accumulated over a period of more than 30 years, he has contributed over 140 manuscripts to the peer reviewed journals of the medical literature, the majority of which have been on Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
He continues to practice, and teach surgery at Mount Sinai school of Medicine.
Dr. Greenstein discusses Inflammatory Bowel Disease in the New York Daily News in The Daily Checkup.
Watch to see Dr. Greenstein perform a laparoscopic J-pouch creation for ulcerative colitis.
American Board of Surgery
MD, Witwatersand University
Residency, Surgery, Johannesburg General Hosp
Residency, Surgery, Boston University Hospital
Greenstein AJ, Sachar DB, Pasternack BS, Janowitz HD. Reoperation and recurrence in Crohn's colitis and ileocolitis Crude and cumulative rates. The New England journal of medicine 1975 Oct; 293(14).
Greenstein AJ. Cancer in Inflammatory Bowel disease. Mt Sinai J Med 2000; 67: 227-240.
Heimann TM, Greenstein AJ, Lewis B, Kaufman D, Heimann DM, Aufses Jr AH. Comparison of primary and reoperative surgery in patients with Crohn's disease. Ann Surg 1998; 227: 492-495.
Telem DA, Vine AJ, Swain G, Divino CM, Salky B, Greenstein AJ, Harris M, Katz LB. Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy for medically refractory ulcerative colitis: the time has come. Surgical endoscopy 2010 Jul; 24(7).
Greenstein AJ, Janowitz HD, Sachar DB. The extra-intestinal complications of Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis: a study of 700 patients. Medicine 1976 Sep; 55(5).
Greenstein AJ, Sachar DB, Smith H, Janowitz HD, Aufses AH. Patterns of neoplasia in Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. Cancer 1980 Jul; 46(2).
Almogy G, Sachar DB, Bodian CA, Greenstein AJ. Surgery for ulcerative colitis in elderly persons: changes in indications for surgery and outcome over time. Archives of surgery 2001 Dec; 136(12).
Greenstein AJ, Lachman P, Sachar DB, Springhorn J, Heimann T, Janowitz HD, Aufses AH. Perforating and non-perforating indications for repeated operations in Crohn's disease: evidence for two clinical forms. Gut 1988 May; 29(5).
Greenstein AJ, Sachar DB, Smith H, Pucillo A, Papatestas AE, Kreel I, Geller SA, Janowitz HD, Aufses AH. Cancer in universal and left-sided ulcerative colitis: factors determining risk. Gastroenterology 1979 Aug; 77(2).
Greenstein AJ, Kessler . Inflammatory Bowel Diseases: Severe Colitis and its complications. Acta Endoscopica 1999; 29: 15-21.
Greenstein AJ, Kessler . Inflammatory bowel diseases: Severe colitis and its complications. Acta Endoscopica 1999; 29(3): 221-242.
Greenstein AJ, Sachar DB, Smith H, Janowitz HD, Aufses AH. A comparison of cancer risk in Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. Cancer 1981 Dec; 48(12).
Green S, Stock RG, Greenstein AJ. Rectal cancer and inflammatory bowel disease: Natural history and implications for radiation therapy. Int J Rad Oncology 1999; 44: 835-840.
Greenstein AJ. Cancer in inflammatory bowel disease. The Mount Sinai journal of medicine, New York 2000 May; 67(3).
Almogy G, Sachar DB, Bodian CA, Greenstein AJ. Surgery for Ulcerative Colitis in Elderly Persons: Changes in Indications for Surgery and Outcome over time. Arch Surg 2001; 136: 1396-1400.
Almogy G, Greenstein AJ, Sachar DB. Simultaneous ulcerative colitis and TTP: a complex problem in the management of IBD. J Clin Gastroent 2001; 32: 248-250.