Dr. Matthew Sweet is an assistant professor in the Department of Surgery at UW. He completed his general surgery residency at the University of California…
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Patient Care Philosophy
Vascular surgery is an evolving specialty. As new endovascular techniques are developed, we are challenged to determine which treatment is best suited for which patient.
My patient care philosophy is to provide the optimal intervention, whether open surgery or endovascular, tailored to each individual patient. Being trained in both sets of techniques, I am able to guide patients through the treatment decisions for their vascular disease.
Bicycling and fly fishing.
General vascular surgery; endovascular therapy for complex aortic aneurysms; non-invasive vascular laboratory.
Endovascular therapy for complex aortic aneurysms, including branched and fenestrated aortic endografts; aortic dissection; morphology and natural history of thoraco-abdominal aortic aneurysms.
|University of California San Francisco||Master||2007
|USC-Keck School of Medicine||Medical education||2002
|Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center||Fellowship||Vascular Surgery||
|University of California San Francisco||Internship||General Surgery||
|University of California San Francisco||Residency||General Surgery||
|American Board of Surgery||Vascular Surgery||2012
|American Board of Surgery||General Surgery||2009