Scientific Abstract Presentations: Reconstructive 2 Sunday, September 30 Sun, Sep 30 4:30-6:00 p.m.
Moderator: Aaron Mason, MD Moderator: Howard Wang, MD Rater: Oren Tessler, MD Rater: Patrick Garvey, MD
4:30 PM--Retrorectus Mesh Fixation Using Fibrin Glue: Early Outcomes of an Evolving Technique--Irfan A. Rhemtulla, MD,MS
4:35 PM--Gauging the Tension: A Simple and Reliable Method to Quantify the Forces Generated on Fascial Closures in Hernia Repair and Component Separation--Jaime Bernstein, MD
4:40 PM--Bovine Acellular Dermal Matrix for Complex Abdominal Wall Reconstruction: A Cost Analysis and Outcomes Study--Johanna D'Agostino, MD
4:45 PM--Concurrent Panniculectomy and Ventral Hernia Repair in Overweight and Obese Patients: A Retrospective Assessment of Clinical Outcomes, Cost, and Quality of Life--Catherine E. Hutchison, BA
4:55 PM--Erogenous Sensate Vaginal Flap for Male to Female Vaginoplasty--Kian Adabi, BA
5:00 PM--Sex Reassignment Surgery: Is It Good for Patients?--Stephen M. Lu MD, MDiv
5:05 PM--Gender Reassignment Surgery Using the Pedicle Transverse Colon Flap for Vaginal Reconstruction: A Clinical Outcome and Sexual Function Evaluation Study--M. Diya Sabbagh, MD
5:15 PM--Multiple Anastomotic Thrombus Due to Decreased Anti-Thrombin Activity during Microvascular Anastomosis - Case Report--Takafumi Uchibori MD, PhD
5:20 PM--Fasciocutaneous Free Flaps in Extremity Reconstruction: Safety of Re-Elevation--Erica Y. Xue, MD
5:25 PM--Revisiting the Reverse Sural Artery Flap in Lower Extremity Reconstruction: A Systematic Review and Pooled Analysis--David A. Daar MD, MBA
5:30 PM--Targeted Muscle Reinnervation Successfully Treats Neuroma Pain and Phantoms in Major Limb Amputees: A Randomized Clinical Trial--Gregory Dumanian, MD
5:40 PM--Central Artery Perforator Propeller Flap for the Reconstruction of Nasal and Medial Canthal Tissue Defects--Utku C. Dolen, MD
5:45 PM--Proposal of a New Minimally Invasive Technique for Latissimus Dorsi Muscle Harvest--Fernando Padilla, MD
5:50 PM--The Use of Bilateral Paraspinous Muscle Flaps and Bilateral Composite Latissimus Dorsi and Gluteus Maximus Flaps for Closure of Lumbosacral Myelomeningcele Defects in Infants--Kathleen A. Holoyda, MD
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