Scientific Abstract Presentations: Breast 1 Sun, Sep 30 4:30-6:00 p.m.

Moderator: Jerrod Keith, MD Moderator: Mohammed Alghoul, MD Rater: Marina Rosique, MD

4:30 PM--Deferoxamine Increases Breast Cancer Radiosensitivity--Kavitha Ranganathan, MD

4:35 PM--A Systematic Literature Review on Disparities in Postmastectomy Breast Reconstruction--Salma A. Abdou, BA

4:40 PM--Pathologic Evaluation of Reduction Mammaplasty Specimens and Subsequent Diagnosis of Malignant Breast Disease: A Nationwide Analysis--Erika D. Sears, MD

4:45 PM--Early Intervention with Pulse Dye and CO2 Ablative Fractional Lasers to Improve Cutaneous Scarring Post-Mastectomy - a Randomized Controlled Trial--Or Friedman, MD

4:50 PM--Discussion

4:55 PM--Effects of Radiation on Risks and Patient-Reported Outcomes in Expander-Implant Reconstruction: Is There a "Best" Time to Radiate?--Alfred P. Yoon, MD

5:00 PM--Clinical Outcomes of Implant-Based Breast Reconstruction in Patients with Prior Radiation Therapy: Does Timing of Prior Radiation Matter?--Nance Yuan, MD

5:05 PM--Do Women with a History of Radiation Therapy Fair Better Than Those Undergoing Post-Mastectomy Radiation Therapy in the Setting of Immediate Implant-Based Breast Reconstruction?--Thomas A. Olinger, MD

5:10 PM--Discussion

5:15 PM--Reoperative Complications in 521 Prepectoral Breast Reconstructions Using Acellular Dermal Matrix: A Departmental Paradigm Shift--Jacob N. Grow, MD

5:20 PM--Acellular Dermal Matrix Sparing Direct to Implant Prepectoral Breast Reconstruction – A Comparative Study Including Cost Analysis---Alex Viezel-Mathieu, MD, CM

5:25 PM--A Definitive Solution to Animation Deformity: Sub-Pectoral to Pre-Pectoral Conversion--Glyn E. Jones--MD

5:30 PM--Comparison of Sub-Pectoral and Pre-Pectoral Direct-to-Implant Breast Reconstruction Techniques--Glyn E. Jones, MD

5:35 PM--Discussion

5:40 PM--Trends in and Factors Associated with Modality-Specific Immediate Breast Reconstruction in China: A 17-year Retrospective Cohort Study--Zhuming Yin, MD, PhD

5:45 PM--Tripedicled Extended Abdominal Perforator Flap: An Alternative for Low Body Weight Patients Requiring Large Autologous Bilateral Breast Reconstruction--Farrah C. Liu, BS

5:50 PM--Northwell Health Patient Perioperative Pathway (P3): Enhanced Recovery Protocol for Microsurgical Breast Reconstruction--Brandon Alba, BA

5:55 PM--Discussion

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