Rady Children's Specialists of San Diego
Rady Children's Specialists
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 a pediatric ear, nose and throat specialist and works in the Division of Otolaryngology at Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego.
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 50 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.
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
Pediatric head and neck malignancies: incidence and trends, 1973-2010.
Schwartz I, Hughes C, Brigger MT
Posterior pharyngeal wall augmentation.
Perez CF, Brigger MT
Malignant cervical masses in children.
Brigger MT, Cunningham MJ
Trends in orbital complications of pediatric rhinosinusitis in the United States.
Capra G, Liming B, Boseley ME, Brigger MT
Ex utero intrapartum treatment of fetal micrognathia.
DaValle B, Nagel E, Gonzalez S, Gaconnet C, Latendresse T, You W, Johnson C, Brigger M
Surgery for reflux induced airway disease: a systematic review.
Sload RL, Brigger MT
Military otolaryngology resident case numbers and board passing rates during the Afghanistan and Iraq wars.
Scalzitti N, Brennan J, Bothwell N, Brigger M, Ramsey M, Gallagher T, Maturo S
Difficult airway management for novice physicians: a randomized trial comparing direct and video-assisted laryngoscopy.
Ambrosio A, Pfannenstiel T, Bach K, Cornelissen C, Gaconnet C, Brigger MT
A child with pneumomediastinum.
Rozycki S, Spellman J, Brigger MT
Pediatric neck mass. Right deep cervical lipoblastoma.
Ambrosio A, Hawley D, Klugh A, Bogni F, Nelson B, Brigger M
The steroid controversy: where are we?
Keller M, Brigger MT
Bleeding risk and dexamethasone use in children undergoing tonsillectomy--reply.
Gallagher TQ, Brigger MT, Hartnick CJ
The public health impact of pediatric caustic ingestion injuries.
Johnson CM, Brigger MT
Perioperative dexamethasone administration and risk of bleeding following tonsillectomy in children: a randomized controlled trial.
Gallagher TQ, Hill C, Ojha S, Ference E, Keamy DG, Williams M, Hansen M, Maurer R, Collins C, Setlur J, Capra GG, Brigger MT, Hartnick CJ
Management of tracheal stenosis.
Brigger MT, Boseley ME
Antibiotic therapy for pediatric deep neck abscesses: a systematic review.
Carbone PN, Capra GG, Brigger MT
Surgery for velopharyngeal insufficiency.
Capra G, Brigger MT
Ambrosio A, Brigger MT
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