Scientific Abstract Presentations: Reconstructive Session 4 Sun, Sep 22 4:00-6:00 p.m.

Moderator: Tae Chong, MD Moderator: Ash Patel, MD Rater: Thomas Davenport, MD Rater: Daniel Freet, MD

4:00 PM--Revision Surgery Following Gracilis Transplantation for Pediatric Facial Reanimation--Terence Kwan-Wong, MD, FRCSC

4:05 PM--Analysis of Microsurgical Outcomes in Resident-Led Reconstruction: A Review of 163 Consecutive Cases--Min-Jeong Cho, MD

4:10 PM--A Twenty-Year Experience of Sternal Wound Complications and Closure: Timing Does Matter--Adam Levy, MD

4:15 PM--Discussion

4:20 PM--The Mechanism of Skin Improvement in Radiation Wounds Following Fat Grafting: The Fate of Adipose Derived Stem Cells and Role of Stromal Vascular Fraction--Timothy Daugherty, MD, MS

4:25 PM--Limb Salvage Rates and Outcomes in Patients with Chronic Lower Extremity Wounds Following Radiation Therapy--Peter Wirth, BA

4:30 PM--Improving Quality of Life through a Burned Hand Patient's Rehabilitation Program--Mohammed El Fahar, MD, Ph D

4:35 PM--Discussion

4:40 PM--Substance Abuse and Alcohol Intoxication in Burn Injury--Patrick O'Connor, BS

4:45 PM--Patient Self-Assessment of Split-Thickness Skin Grafting after Burn Injury--Christopher Pham, MD

4:50 PM--Bilateral Supraclavicular Flap: Still a Reliable Option for Severe Burn Neck Contracture--Esteban Elena Scarafoni, MD

4:55 PM--Discussion

5:00 PM--Adductor Magnus Tendon Transfer for Femoral Nerve Palsy: Anatomical Studies and Clinical Applications--Nirbhay Jain, MD

5:05 PM--The Omentum Flap in Thoracic and Mediastinal Reconstruction--Lucas Kreutz-Rodrigues, MD

5:10 PM--Unique Complications of Venous Anastomotic Couplers: A Systematic Review of the Literature--Gerald Wu, BS

5:15 PM--Discussion

5:20 PM--Standardized Perioperative Clinical Care Improves Patient Outcomes and Reduces Cost in below-Knee Amputation--Stefan Czerniecki, MSc

5:25 PM--An Effective and Efficient Technique: The Application of Topical Anesthesia for Cutting Split Thickness Skin Graft--Ke-Chung Chang, MD

5:30 PM--Flap Reconstruction for the Prevention of Pelvic Hernia after Abdominoperineal Resection--Corinne Wee, MD

5:35 PM--Discussion

5:40 PM--Complications Following Flap Reconstruction for Abdominoperineal Resection with Sacrectomy: A 20-Year Retrospective Review--Malke Asaad, MD

5:45 PM--Foot Fracture May Predict Poor Patient Reported Functional Outcomes in Lower Extremity Reconstruction of the Traumatically Injured Lower Extremity: A Case-Control Study--Orr Shauly, BS

5:50 PM--Mucormycosis Following Thermal Burn Injuries: A Systematic Review--Pedram Goel, BS

5:55 PM--Discussion

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