John Myseros, MD Neurosurgeon | Vice-Chair, Neurosurgery

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Awards and Recognition:

    Top Doctors
    Washingtonian (2016, 2015)  
    No. Va. Magazine (2017)



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Languages Spoken

  • English

Departments

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Neurological Surgery

National Provider ID: 1144303348

Bio

Biography

John Myseros, MD, came to Children's National Health System from Cincinnati Children's Hospital in 2004, and now serves as the Vice Chief of the Division of Neurosurgery and the Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery in Northern Virginia. Although his primary focus is on the surgical care of children with tumors of the brain and spinal cord, he cares for children with all pediatric diseases that require neurosurgery, including chiari malformations, vascular malformations, and spina bifida. These are all conditions on which he has published. In addition to maintaining a practice with Children's National in Washington, DC, Dr. Myseros and the pediatric neurosurgery team have an office in Fairfax, Va., and operate on and care for children at Inova Hospital in Fairfax, Va.

News

News

Research & Publications

Research & Publications

Age at initial consultation for craniosynostosis comparison across different patient characteristics

(2013) J Craniofac Surg

American Society of Pediatric Neurosurgery

(2012) New onset facial nerve palsy in infants: ATRT until proven otherwise.

Analysis of routine intensive care unit admission following frontoorbital advancement for craniosynostosis

(2013) Plast Reconstr Surg

Blood loss estimation during frontoorbital advancement implications for blood transfusion practice and hospital length stay

(2012) J Craniofac Surg

Gangliogliomas and miscellaneous spinal cord tumors

(2013) Tumors of the Pediatric Central Nervous System

Miscellaneous infratentorial tumors

(2013) Tumors of the Pediatric Central Nervous System,

Pediatric brain tumors

(2013) Washington neuroradiology review and Dr. Kenneth M. Earle memorial neuropathology review

Symptomatic recurrence following the open surgical repair of nonsyndromic craniosynostosis a 16 year experience

(2013) Neurosurgery

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