Dr. Matthew Alexander Nehs MD Surgeon
Dr. Matthew Nehs is a surgeon in Boston, Massachusetts and is affiliated with Brigham and Women's Hospital. He received his medical degree from University of Michigan Medical School. He is one of 136 doctors at Brigham and Women's Hospital who specialize in Surgery.
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Specialty & Clinical Interests
Surgeon: General Surgery
Education & Medical Training
Brigham and Women's Hospital
Residency, General Surgery, 2006 - 2013
University of Michigan Medical School
Class of 2006
Publications & Presentations
A multi-institutional international study of risk factors for hematoma after thyroidectomy.
Campbell, M. J.,McCoy, K. L.,Shen, W. T.,Carty, S. E.,Lubitz, C. C.,Moalem, J.,Nehs, M.,Holm, T.,Greenblatt, D. Y.,Press, D.,Feng, X.,Siperstein, A. E.,Mitmaker, E.,Benay, C.,Tabah, R.,Oltmann, S. C.,Chen, H.,Sippel, R. S.,Brekke, A.,Vriens, M. R.,Lodewijk, L.,Stephen, A. E.,Nagar, S.,Angelos, P.,Ghanem, M.,Prescott, J. D.,Zeiger, M. A.,Aragon Han, P.,Sturgeon, C.,Elaraj, D. M.,Nixon, I. J.,Patel, S. G.,Bayles, S. W.,Heneghan, R.,Ochieng, P.,Guerrero, M. A.,Ruan, D. T.
Bilateral Neck Exploration Decreases Operative Time Compared to Minimally Invasive Parathyroidectomy in Patients with Discordant Imaging.
Nehs, M. A.,Ruan, D. T.,Gawande, A. A.,Moore, F. D.,Cho, N. L.
Late Intervention with anti-BRAFV600E Therapy Induces Tumor Regression in an Orthotopic Mouse Model of Human Anaplastic Thyroid Cancer.
Nehs, M.A., Nucera, C., Nagarkatti, S.S., Sadow, P.M., Morales-Garcia, D., Hodin, R.A., Parangi, S.
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