Scientific Abstract Presentations: Reconstructive 1 Sunday, September 30 Sun, Sep 30 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Moderator: Carolyn De La Cruz, MD Moderator: Aaron Mason, MD Rater: Tara Huston, MD
10:00 AM--Risk Factors for Amputation Following Lower Extremity Free Tissue Transfer--Jonathan A. Schwitzer, MD
10:05 AM--Robotically Harvested Peritoneal Flaps As a Well-Vascularized Adjunct to Penile Inversion Vaginoplasty--Adam Jacoby, MD
10:10 AM--Complications and Patient Reported Outcomes in Male to Female Vaginoplasty Where We Are Today a Systematic Review and Meta Analysis--Kian Adabi, BA
10:15 AM--Comparison of Radial Forearm Flap and Antero-Lateral Thigh Flap Phalloplasty: Analysis of 413 Cases--Salvatore D'Arpa, MD, PhD
10:25 AM--Is the Medial Sural Artery Perforator Flap A New Workhorse Flap? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis--Stelios Wilson, MD
10:30 AM--Targeted Muscle Reinnervation at the Time of Major Limb Amputation Prevents Phantom Limb and Residual Limb Pain--Sumanas W. Jordan, M.D., Ph.D
10:35 AM--Lower Extremity Reconstruction with the Microsurgical Neurosensitive Anterolateral Thigh Flap. Its Impact on Ambulation--Anel Gabriela Briceno Abraham, MD
10:40 AM--Reconstruction of Gustilo Type IIIC Injuries of the Lower Extremity--Salma A. Abdou, BA
10:50 AM--A New Lymphoscintigraphy Staging for Unilateral Extremity Lymphedema: Validation and Correlation between Nuclear Images and Clinical Findings--Marco Pappalardo, MD
10:55 AM--Reverse Axillary Mapping and Lymphaticovenous Bypass for Lymphedema Prevention in Breast Cancer: Optimizing Lymphatic Visualization and Restoration of Flow--Graham S. Schwarz, MD
11:00 AM--CT Volumetric Assessment Correlates Strongly with Circumferential Measurement in Patients with Lymphedema and Vascularized Lymph Node Transfers--Ming-Huei Cheng, MD, MBA, FACS
11:05 AM--Assessing the Successful Implementation of the Surgical Management and Reconstructive Training (SMART) Course in Nepal: Competency Test Data from Two Consecutive Years--Michael J. Terry, MD
11:15 AM--Extended Propeller Gluteal Thigh Flap to Reconstruct Perineal Defects Following Abdominoperineal Resection--Edoardo Dalla Pozza, MD
11:20 AM--Comparison of Tumor Recurrence in Oncoplastic Pelvic Reconstruction with Vertical Rectus Abdominis Musculocutaneous (VRAM) versus Omental Flaps: Outcomes Following Ablative Abdominoperineal Resection (APR) and Pelvic Exenteration--Jeremie Douglas Oliver,BS, BA
11:25 AM--Perineal Reconstruction after Extralevator Abdominoperineal Excision (ELAPE): Current Trends-What Is the Future?--Maria Chasapi, MD,MRCS
11:30 AM--Optimizing Outcomes in Hemipelvectomy Reconstruction with the Free Fillet of Leg Flap--Melissa Ann Mueller, MD
11:40 AM--Modified Nipple Flap with Free Areolar Graft for Component Nipple-Areola Complex Construction: Outcomes with a Novel Technique for Chest Wall Reconstruction in Transgender Men--Jordan D. Frey, MD
11:45 AM--Mitigation of Radiation Induced Type I Collagen Dermal Disorganization Utilizing Amifostine in a Murine Breast Reconstruction Model--Alicia E. Snider, MD
11:50 AM--Umbilical Ablation During Abdominal Flap Harvest Decreases Donor Site Complications--Mark Fisher, MD
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