Scientific Abstract Presentations: Craniomaxillofacial 5 Mon, Oct 1 1:30-3:00 p.m.

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

1:30 PM--Outcomes and Complications of Cranioplasty in the Pediatric Population: A Systematic Review--Amjed Abu-Ghname, MD

1:35 PM--Patient-Specific Implants for Cranioplasty: Is There an Ideal Implant--Jennifer L. McGrath, MD

1:40 PM--Does Autologous vs. Alloplastic Cranioplasty Affect Cranial Growth Patterns--Robert Thomas Nevitt, MD

1:45 PM--Discussion

1:50 PM--3D-Printed Bioactive Ceramic Scaffolds for Induction of Osteogenesis in the Immature Skeleton--Samantha G. Maliha, BA

1:55 PM--Osteoprotegerin-Mediated Osteoclast Inhibition Is Augmented on Nanoparticulate Mineralized Collagen Glycosaminoglycan Materials--Justine C. Lee, MD, PhD

2:00 PM--Inferring 3D Craniofacial Skeletal Shape from Facial Surface Geometry Using Reverse Engineering of a Forensic Tissue Depth Model--Zachary Fishman P.Eng, MASc

2:05 PM--Discussion

2:10 PM--Microsurgery for Parotidectomy Defects: A Powerful and Versatile Tool for Aesthetic and Functional Reconstruction--Jordan D. Frey, MD

2:15 PM--Craniofacial Dermoid Cysts: Experiences from the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne, Australia--Joseph J.Overland, MBBS, GradDipSurgAnat

2:20 PM--HI-FI Tissue Engineering: Custom 3D-Printed Cages with Anatomic Elements Prevent Loss of Volume and Topographic Detail of Engineered Auricular Cartilage In Vivo--Alexandra J. Lin, BA

2:25 PM--Salvage Dynamic Smile Reanimation with Reuse of the Masseteric Nerve --Nikhitha Thrikutam, BS

2:30 PM--Discussion

2:35 PM--Evaluation of 3D Printed Cleft Lip and Palate Models in Plastic Surgery--Education Edward Nahabet, MD

2:40 PM--Biological Simulator for Training in Cleft Lip Surgery. Validation of the Instrument for the Evaluation of Surgical Competencies in Cleft Lip Surgery with Tennison Randall Queiloplasty--Anel Gabriela Briceno Abraham, MD

2:45 PM--Craniofacial Skills: Validating an Assessment to Aid Plastic Surgery Resident Milestone Achievement in Technical Skills and Instrument Knowledge--Katherine Alan Grunzweig, MD

2:50 PM--Discussion

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