Scientific Abstract Presentations: Craniomaxillofacial 4 Mon, Oct 1 7:30-9:00 a.m.

Moderator: John Jensen, MD Moderator: Justine Lee, MD Rater: Sunil Tholpady, MD Rater: Rizal Lim, MD

7:30 AM--Full Facial Allotransplantation Including the Temporomandibular Joints: An Anatomical Study and Surgical Protocol--Teresa Nunez-Villaveiran, MD

7:35 AM--One-Stage Reconstruction Using Dual Innervated Double Muscle Flap Transplantation for Re-Animation of Established Facial Paralysis--Hajime Matsumine, MD, PhD

7:40 AM--Swallowing Outcomes of Hypopharyngeal Reconstruction with Free Jejunal Flap - Retrospective Statistical Analysis of 83 Consecutive Cases in Japanese Single Institution--Keisuke Takanari, MD, PhD

7:45 AM--Antitumorigenic Effect of Deferoxamine on Human Head and Neck Cancer Cell Proliferation--Alexis Donneys, MS, MD

7:50 AM--Discussion

7:55 AM--Growth Potential of Free Fibula FLAP for Mandibular Reconstruction in Pediatric Age--Gerardo--Chavez-Perez, MD

8:00 AM--Subunit Reconstruction of Mid-Facial Defects with Free Style Facial Perforator Flaps--Utku C. Dolen, MD

8:05 AM--ALT Flap with Motor and Sensorial Innervation for Functional Reconstruction of the Tongue--Anca Bordianu, MD, PhD

8:10 AM--Discussion

8:15 AM--Risk of Free Flap Failure in Head and Neck Reconstruction - Analysis of 21,548 Cases From A Nationwide Database--Kuan Ying Wang, MD

8:20 AM--TCAP Flap for Faciocervical Reconstruction: Our Experiences and Innovations--Huifeng Song, MD, PhD

8:25 AM--Evaluation of Long-Term Functional and Aesthetic Results to use a Single Rhomboid-Shaped Fascial Strip for Severe Congenital Unilateral Blepharoptosis--Daisuke Sakahara, MD

8:30 AM--Revisiting the Free Scapula Flap for Reconstruction of Extensive Maxillary Defects--Stefanos Boukovalas, MD

8:35 AM--Discussion

8:40 AM--Analysis of 30 Day Mortality after Free Flap Reconstructions for Head and Neck Cancer Patients: A Propensity-Score Matched Analysis of a Nationwide, Population-Based Cohort Study--Tony Chieh-Ting Huang, MD, MSc

8:45 AM--Mucosal Facial Perforosome: An Ideal Flap Donor Site for Oral Cavity and Oropharynx Reconstruction? Olindo Massarelli--MD, PhD, FEBOMFS

8:50 AM--A Systematic Review and Retrospective Cohort Study of Non-Operative Management of Exposed Calvarium Post Radiotherapy--Sophocles H. Voineskos, MSc, MD

8:55 AM--Discussion

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