Scientific Abstract Presentations: Craniomaxillofacial Session 3 Saturday, September 21 Sat, Sep 21 4:30-6:00 p.m.
Moderator: John Jensen, MD Moderator: Delora Mount, MD Rater: Edward Davidson, MD Rater: Narayanan Nair, MD
4:30 PM--Use of Cadaveric Costal Cartilage Graft in Cleft Rhinoplasty--Hillary Jenny, MD, MPH
4:35 PM--Unilateral Microform Cleft Lip Repair through Intraoral and Intranasal Mucosal Incisions in Adult Patients--Yongqian Wang, MD
4:40 PM--Early Cleft Repair Vs NAM: Comparing Pre-Operative Severity and Post-Operative Results Utilizing a Computer Engineered AI System--Pedram Goel, BS
4:45 PM--The Association of Liposomal Bupivacaine on Opioid Consumption in the Pediatric Alveolar Cleft Population--Jiwon Crowley, MD
4:55 PM--Perioperative Morbidity of Repeat Posterior Cranial Vault Distraction Osteogenesis: A Single Center Experience--Leigh Spera, MD
5:00 PM--Primary Cleft Rhinoplasty: 22-Year Retrospective Review of a Single Technique--Karel-Bart Celie, MD
5:05 PM--Internal Cranial Expansion for Treatment of Refractory Intracranial Hypertension in an Adult Population--Hope Xu, BA
5:15 PM--Speech and Audiology Outcomes Following Single-Stage Vs. Early Two-Stage Cleft Palate Repair--Jiwon Sarah Crowley, MD
5:20 PM--Volumetric Velopharyngeal Port Modification in Cleft Palate Patients Undergoing Le Fort 1 Maxillary Advancement--Eli Saleh, MD
5:25 PM--Surgical Workforce, Socioeconomic Status, and the Global Burden of Orofacial Clefts--Benjamin Massenburg, MD
5:30 PM--Adult Cranioplasty Reconstruction with Customized Cranial Implants: Does Radiation Therapy Affect Outcomes?--Kerry-Ann Mitchell, MD, PhD
5:40 PM--Quantitative Effects of Cleft Lip and Nose Adhesion on Nostril and Alveolar Discrepancy--Aditi Kanth, MD
5:45 PM--One-Stage Repair of the Cleft Lip, Nose, Alveolus and Palate: Technique and Morbidity - a Retrospective Review--Nicholas Roney, MD
5:50 PM--Alternative Transpalpebral "Eyelid" Approach for Supraorbital Frontal Craniotomy and Access to the Anterior Cranial Fossa--Kerry Morrison, MD
5:55 PM--An Analysis of 53 Craniofacial Center Websites: Craniosynostosis Families Are Being Provided Inaccurate, Variable, and Incomplete Information--Jeffrey Goldstein, MD
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