, Otolaryngology (ENT)
3020 Children's Way
San Diego, CA 92123
Rady Children's Specialists of San Diego
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
National Naval Medical Center - Bethesda, MD
National Capital Consortium Graduate Medical Edu
Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary
Dr. Matthew Brigger is chief of the Division of Otolaryngology at Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego and a professor of surgery at UC San Diego School of Medicine.
His primary clinical interests are diseases of the upper aerodigestive tract, with a focus on surgical management of children with breathing and swallowing disorders. A strong proponent of providing care based on the best available research, he was named a 2015 Cochrane Scholar of the American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery for his commitment to evidence-based medicine. Dr. Brigger's research areas include investigating the epidemiology of disease and evaluating treatment outcomes for various strategies in caring for children with breathing and swallowing disorders. He has authored over 70 peer-reviewed studies and has presented at national and international meetings.
A father of three children, Dr. Brigger is an avid runner and spends his free time coaching or serving as a Cub Scout den leader.
International Pediatric Otolaryngology Group (IPOG): Consensus recommendations on the prenatal and perinatal management of anticipated airway obstruction.
Puricelli MD, Rahbar R, Allen GC, Balakrishnan K, Brigger MT, Daniel SJ, Fayoux P, Goudy S, Hewitt R, Hsu WC, Ida JB, Johnson R, Leboulanger N, Rickert SM, Roy S, Russell J, Rutter M, Sidell D, Soma M, Thierry B, Trozzi M, Zalzal G, Zdanski CJ, Smith RJH
Predictors of Pediatric Tracheostomy Outcomes in the United States.
Friesen TL, Zamora SM, Rahmanian R, Bundogji N, Brigger MT
Modest benefit of frenotomy for infants with ankyloglossia and breastfeeding difficulties.
Bundogji N, Zamora S, Brigger M, Jiang W
The role of 3D printing in pediatric airway obstruction: A systematic review.
Stramiello JA, Saddawi-Konefka R, Ryan J, Brigger MT
Immune Dysregulation in the Tonsillar Microenvironment of Periodic Fever, Aphthous Stomatitis, Pharyngitis, Adenitis (PFAPA) Syndrome.
Luu I, Sharma A, Guaderrama M, Peru M, Nation J, Page N, Carvalho D, Magit A, Jiang W, Leuin S, Bliss M, Bothwell M, Brigger M, Kearns D, Newbury R, Pransky S, Gilbert JA, Broderick L
Advanced practice providers and children's hospital-based pediatric otolarynology practices.
Chan KH, Dinwiddie JK, Ahuja GS, Bennett EC, Brigger MT, Chi DH, Choo DI, Cunningham MJ, Elluru RG, Giannoni CM, Goudy SL, Koempel JA, MacArthur CJ, Malone B, Messner AH, Mitchell RB, Park AH, Richter GT, Rosbe KW, Shah UK, Sie KCY, Smith RJ, Sulman CG, Thompson JW, Thorne MC, Wei JL, Wetmore RF, White DR, Zalzal GH, Schoem SR
Auricular acupuncture for adult tonsillectomy.
Shah AN, Moore CB, Brigger MT
The increasing cost of pediatric otolaryngology care.
Marvin K, Ambrosio A, Brigger M
Carinal Resection and Reconstruction for an Obstructing Inflammatory Myofibroblastic Tumor in a Child.
Nawalaniec J, Mullapudi B, Jiang W, Brigger M, El-Said H, Saenz N, Murthy R
Comparison of Ibuprofen vs Acetaminophen and Severe Bleeding Risk After Pediatric Tonsillectomy: A Noninferiority Randomized Clinical Trial.
Diercks GR, Comins J, Bennett K, Gallagher TQ, Brigger M, Boseley M, Gaudreau P, Rogers D, Setlur J, Keamy D, Cohen MS, Hartnick C
Recurrent group A Streptococcus tonsillitis is an immunosusceptibility disease involving antibody deficiency and aberrant TFH cells.
Dan JM, Havenar-Daughton C, Kendric K, Al-Kolla R, Kaushik K, Rosales SL, Anderson EL, LaRock CN, Vijayanand P, Seumois G, Layfield D, Cutress RI, Ottensmeier CH, Lindestam Arlehamn CS, Sette A, Nizet V, Bothwell M, Brigger M, Crotty S
Pediatric Dysphonia: A Cross-Sectional Survey of Subspecialty and Primary Care Clinics.
Johnson CM, Anderson DC, Brigger MT
Intracranial complications of pediatric sinusitis: Identifying risk factors associated with prolonged clinical course.
Schupper AJ, Jiang W, Coulter MJ, Brigger M, Nation J
Development of Human-Derived Cell Culture Lines for Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis.
Attra J, Hsieh LE, Luo L, Mo JQ, Brigger M, Liu YT, Pransky S
Multimodal Treatment of Rhinocerebral Mucormycosis in a Pediatric Patient With Relapsed Pre-B Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.
Dworsky ZD, Bradley JS, Brigger MT, Pong AL, Kuo DJ
Foxtail Ingestion in an Asymptomatic Child: A True Emergency?
Panuganti BA, Brigger MT
Esophageal dilation in head and neck cancer patients: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Moss WJ, Pang J, Orosco RK, Weissbrod PA, Brumund KT, Weisman RA, Brigger MT, Coffey CS
Pediatric Trainees Managing a Difficult Airway: Comparison of Laryngeal Mask Airway, Direct, and Video-Assisted Laryngoscopy.
Ambrosio A, Marvin K, Perez C, Byrnes C, Gaconnet C, Cornelissen C, Brigger M
T cells control the generation of nanomolar-affinity anti-glycan antibodies.
Polonskaya Z, Deng S, Sarkar A, Kain L, Comellas-Aragones M, McKay CS, Kaczanowska K, Holt M, McBride R, Palomo V, Self KM, Taylor S, Irimia A, Mehta SR, Dan JM, Brigger M, Crotty S, Schoenberger SP, Paulson JC, Wilson IA, Savage PB, Finn MG, Teyton L
A Systematic Review.
Drejet S, Halum S, Brigger M, Skopelja E, Parker NP
Recurrent Pneumonia in an Infant.
Epstein S, Attra J, Brigger M
A Cytokine-Independent Approach To Identify Antigen-Specific Human Germinal Center T Follicular Helper Cells and Rare Antigen-Specific CD4+ T Cells in Blood.
Dan JM, Lindestam Arlehamn CS, Weiskopf D, da Silva Antunes R, Havenar-Daughton C, Reiss SM, Brigger M, Bothwell M, Sette A, Crotty S
International Pediatric ORL Group (IPOG) laryngomalacia consensus recommendations.
Carter J, Rahbar R, Brigger M, Chan K, Cheng A, Daniel SJ, De Alarcon A, Garabedian N, Hart C, Hartnick C, Jacobs I, Liming B, Nicollas R, Pransky S, Richter G, Russell J, Rutter MJ, Schilder A, Smith RJ, Strychowsky J, Ward R, Watters K, Wyatt M, Zalzal G, Zur K, Thompson D
Airway Management in Severe Combat Maxillofacial Trauma.
Keller MW, Han PP, Galarneau MR, Brigger MT
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