Matthew T. Moyer, M.D.Associate Professor of Medicine
500 University Drive, UPC II, Suite 2400
Hershey, PA 17033
Patient Services Provided
Dr. Moyer is a full time PSHMC staff physician who concentrates both clinically and in research on interventional endoscopy, gastrointestinal cancer and precancerous states. Dr. Moyer also treats patients suffering from pancreatic and biliary disease, inflammatory bowel disease, GI bleeding, and with abnormalities noted in radiographic images. Dr. Moyer provides standard endoscopic procedures (including colonoscopy for the screening and prevention of colorectal cancer at the Hershey Endoscopy Center) and periodically staffs the free medical clinic at the Bethesda Mission.
- Endoscopic technologies and techniques for the evaluation and staging of GI cancer.
- EUS guided ablation of premalignant pancreatic cysts.
- NOTES (Natural Orifice Translumenal Endoscopic Surgery)
- Endoscopic technologies and techniques for the resection of GI tumors.
Is it really necessary to close a gastrostomy in NOTES? A lesson learned from laparoscopic intragastric surgery.
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 2008; Aug;68(2):403-404 23. Pauli EM, Moyer MT, Ionescu AM, Haluck RS, Rogers AM, Shope TR, Mathew A
Technique for transesophageal endoscopic cardiomyotomy (Heller Myotomy).
Surgical Endoscopy 2008; 22(10): 2279-80 25. Pauli EM, Moyer MT, Haluck RS and Mathew A
The Self-approximating Transluminal Access Technique (STAT) for natural orifice endoscopic surgery: a porcine survival study (with video).
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 2008; Apr;67(4):690-697 26. Mathew A, Pauli EM, Moyer MT, Haluck RS
Heller-type cardiomyotomy using NOTES.
[Letter] Endoscopy 2008; 40(4):352 27. Moyer MT, Pauli EM, Haluck RS and Mathew A
The Self-approximating Transluminal Access Technique (STAT) for potential use in NOTES: an ex vivo Porcine Model (with Video).
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 2007; 66(5):974-978 (article accompanied by editorial) Show all publications »