Dr. Naiem Nassiri MD, Vascular Surgeon
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Dr. Naiem Nassiri MD

Vascular Surgeon | Vascular Surgery



Arch, Thoracic, and Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms, Vascular Malformations, Limb salvage, Hemangiomas, Cervical Carotid Disease, Visceral and Renal Vascular Pathology, Acquired and Congenital Venous Disease

Education and Training

Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU)

School of Medicine

Board Certification

American Board of Surgery

Vascular Surgery

Provider Details

Male English, Spanish

Areas of expertise and specialization

Vascular Surgery

Faculty Titles & Positions

  • Local Public Speaking -
  • Lecturer -


  • � Top Doctor, New Jersey, Vascular & Endovascular Surgery, Patient Reviews Certified, June 2016.   
  • � Leading Physicians of the World Top Doc, Vascular Surgery, New Jersey, USA. August 2016   


  • Arch, Thoracic, and Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms, Vascular Malformations, Limb salvage, Hemangiomas, Cervical Carotid Disease, Visceral and Renal Vascular Pathology, Acquired and Congenital Venous Disease

Professional Society Memberships

  • Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS), Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery (SCVS), International Society of Endovascular Specialists (ISES), International Society For Study of Vascular Anomalies (ISSVA)

Articles and Publications


    A. Original Article in Journal

    1. Nassiri N, Baker M, Caiozzo VJ. Is satellite cell activation required for serial sarcomerogenesis? UCIJ Undergrad Res Bio Sci., 33(1): 317-328, 2003.

    2. Nassiri N, Hansen JE. Diffuse squamous cell carcinoma in porokeratotic eccrine ostial and dermal duct nevus (PEODDN). Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 123 (2) 87-88, 2009.

    3. Nassiri N, Cleary D, Ueeck B. Is cranial reconstruction with hard-tissue replacement patient matched implant (HTR-PMI) as safe as previously reported? A 3-year experience and literature review. Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery.; 67 (2): 323-327, 2009.

    4. Nassiri N, Yu A, Statkus N, Gosselin M. Imaging of cardiac herniation in traumatic pericardial rupture. Journal of Thoracic Imaging. 24(1) 69-72, 2009.

    5. Engdahl R, Nassiri N, Mina B, Drury J, Rosen RJ. Superselective microcatheter embolization of hemorrhage after buccal lipectomy. Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. 36: 742-745, 2012.

    6. Nassiri N, Rachakonda A, Carroccio A, Rosen RJ. Scattered arteriovenous malformations in Osler Weber Rendu Syndrome. Journal of Vascular Surgery. 56: 227,2012.

    7. Goksedef D, Panagopoulos G, Nassiri N, Levine R, Houtis, Plestis K. Intraoperative use of recombinant activated Factor VII during complex aortic surgery. Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery. 2012; 143:1198-204.

    8. Nassiri N, Jain A, McPhee D, Mina B, Rosen RJ, Giangola G, Carroccio A, Green RM. Massive and Submassive Pulmonary Embolism: experience with an algorithm for catheter-directed mechanical thrombectomy. Annals of Vascular Surgery. 2012; 1: 18-24.

    9. Nassiri N, Kapoor R, Cato K, Vitek J, Rosen RJ, Al Moutran H, Costantino P, Green RM. Endovascular palliation of multivessel blowout syndrome in the setting of non-resectable neck sarcoma. Ann Vasc Surg. 2013 Jan;27(1):111

    10. Rosen RJ, Nassiri N, Drury JE. Interventional Management of High-Flow Vascular Malformations. Techniques in Vascular and Interventional Radiology. 2013; 16: 22-38

    11. Nassiri N. Catheter-directed approaches to pulmonary embolism. Annals of Vascular Surgery. 2013; 27: 389.

    12. Nassiri N, O T, Rosen RJ, Moritz J, Waner M. Staged endovascular and surgical treatment of slow-flow vulvar venous malformations. American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology. 2013; 208: 366.e1-6.

    13. Nassiri N, Dudiy Y, Carroccio A, Rosen RJ. Transarterial treatment of congenital renal arteriovenous fistulas. J Vasc Surg. 2013; 58: 1310-5.

    14. Ananth A, Nassiri N, Pamoukian V. Shewanella Algae: a rare cause of necrotizing fasciitis. Surgical Infections. 2013; 15: 336-8.

    15. Sundararajan SH, Nassiri N. Regarding ??Cavernous Hemangioma of the external carotid artery. J Vasc Surg. 2014; 60(5) 1412.

    16. Alden D, Dudiy Y, Nassiri N, Friedland RJ, Amatulle P, Rosen RJ. Direct Percutaneous Transhepatic Portomesenteric Venous Stenting in Management of Locally Advanced Pancreatic Cancer. Am J Clin Oncol. 2015 Apr; 38(2) 127-9.

    17. Nassiri N, Kogan S, Gibbon D, Graham AM. Multimodal endovascular palliation for femoral arterial blowout in the setting of metastatic vulvar carcinoma. Annals of Vascular Surgery. 2015; 29(1) 127. E11-5.

    18. Araujo L, Thomas J, Cha A, Rahimi S, Shafritz R, Nassiri N. Temporizing endovascular repair of ruptured mycotic abdominal aortic aneurysm. J Vasc. Surg. 2015; 1(1) 20-3.

    19. Sundararajan SH, Roychowdhury S, Nassiri N, Savage B, Drachtman R. Early diagnosis and management of extracranial carotid vasculopathy in mitigating neurological complications of Sickle Cell Disease. OMICS J Radiol. 2015, 4:4.

    20. Nassiri N, Thomas J, Rahimi S. Fibrodysplastic implications for transvenous embolization of a high-flow pelvic arteriovenous malformation in Osler-Weber-Rendu Syndrome. J Vasc Surg. 2015; 1(1) 16-9.

    21. Nassiri N, Cirilo-Penn N, Jones T. Evidence Summary: Evaluation and Management of Congenital Peripheral Arteriovenous Malformations. J Vasc. Surg. 2015; 62:1667-76.

    22. Rahimi SA, Nassiri N. Use of the Wallstent for infrapopliteal arterial disease and varying vessel diameters. SAGE Open Medical Case Reports. 09/2015; 3. DOI:10.1177/2050313X15604542.

    23. Rahimi S, Nassiri N, Huntress L, Thomas J, Shafritz R. An institution-wide algorithm for tdefinitive treatment of persistent type II endoleak following endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR). J Vasc Surg. 2016. Article in Press.

    24. Balica AC, Nassiri N, Horne J, Egan S, Wang XK. Pelvic Congestion Syndrome. J Min Invsv Gyn. 2015; 22(6): S152.

    25. Nassiri N, Jones T, Cirilo-Penn N. Evidence Summary: Evaluation and Management of Congenital Peripheral Venous and Lymphatic Malformations. J Vasc Surg; Venous & Lymhpatic Disord. 2016; 4(2): 257-65.

    26. Nassiri N, Cirillo-Penn N. Peripheral Vascular Anomalies in the Pediatric Population. New Jersey Pediatrics. 2016; ISSN 2375-477X; 6-12.

    27. Nagarsheth KH, Huong T, Nassiri N, Shafritz R, Rahimi S. Independent predictors of site infection following saphenous vein ablation. JVIR. 2016;27: e1-21.

    28. Nassiri N, Truong H, Kogan, Huntress L, Vagaonescu T, Nagarsheth KJ, Shafritz R, Rahimi S. Selective lobar pulmonary artery thrombolysis: a simple and effective technique in the era of rapidly advancing catheter technology. Clinics in Surgery: Vascular Surgery. Article in Press.

    29. Huntress L, Kogan S, Nagarsheth KJ, Nassiri N. Palliative endovascular techniques for management of peripheral vascular blowout syndrome in end-stage malignancies. Annals of Vasc Surg. Article in Press.

    30. Huntress L, Thomas J, Patel P, Nassiri N. Rheolytic Pharmacomechanical Pulmonary Embolectomy Revisited. J Vasc Surg Venous & Lymphatic. Article in Press.

    31. Nassiri N, Kogan S, Truong H, Nagarsheth KJ, Shafritz R, Rahimi S. Surgical repair of a snuffbox radial artery pseudoaneurysm. J Vasc Surg Cases. Article in Press.

    32. Nassiri N & Huntress L. Stent-assisted coil embolization of a renal artery aneurysm at a bifurcation point. Annals of Vasc Surg. Article in Press.

    B. Books, Monographs and Chapters

    1. Nassiri N & Pepe R. Evaluation and Management of Congenital Peripheral Vascular Malformations. In: Current Vascular Surgery Therapeutic Strategies; Eskandari M, Pearce W, Yao JT. In Press.

    2. Nassiri N & Huntress L. Interventioanl Treatment of Patients with Peripheral Vascular Malformations. In: Textbook of Catheter-based Cardiovascular Interventions; Knowledge-based Approach; 2nd edition; Springer Publishers. In Press.

    3. Nassiri N. Multimodal Endovascular Palliation for Vascular Blowout Syndrome in the Setting of Advanced Malignancy. Global Scientific Discovery Featured Article. (ISSN 1929-8536; https://globalmedicaldiscovery.com). June 2015.

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What do you attribute your success to?

  • Hard work and excellent mentorship.

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