Resident Scientific Abstract Session - Breast Reconstruction 4 Saturday, September 21 Sat, Sep 21 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Moderator: Mohammed Alghoul, MD Moderator: Richard Baynosa, MD
11:00 AM--Autologous Fat Grafting at the Time of Reduction Mammoplasty for Resolution of Shoulder Groove Deformity--Hannah M. Smith MD
11:04 AM--A Standardized Approach to Deep Inferior Epigastric Perforator Flap Marking--Erica Y. Xue MD, MS
11:08 AM--Differences in Chest Measurements between the Cis-Female and Trans-Female Chest Exposed to Estrogen and Its Implications for Breast Augmentation--Kyle M Baltrusch MD
11:16 AM--Comparison of Aesthetic Outcomes of Round Vs Anatomically-Shaped Implants Following Nipple-Sparing Mastectomy--Andrew Nouri MD
11:20 AM--5 Year Experience in Breast Reconstruction in Postmastectomy with Radiotherapy Patients, a 2-Stage Technique in a 3rd Level Hospital in Mexico--Oscar Porras-Escorcia MD
11:24 AM--Factors Affecting Access to Postmastectomy Breast Reconstruction in the United States: 2008-2013--Joshua C MacDavid MD
11:32 AM--Laser Treatment Improves Unfavorable Scarring in Setting of Breast Reconstruction and Other Breast Procedures--Geoffrey E. Hespe MD
11:36 AM--Observers' Early Visual Processing and Character Attribution of Transgender Female to Male Chest Reconstruction.--Thanapoom Boonipat MD
11:40 AM--Utilizing Inferior Dermal Flap in Pre-Pectoral Direct-to-Implant Breast Reconstruction--Shuting Zhong MD
11:48 AM--The MTF Flex HD Pliable ADM: A New Design for Pre-Pectoral Breast Reconstruction--David A Hill MD
11:52 AM--Knowledge and Reading Complexity about Bia-ALCL: A Reference Hospital Experience in Peru--Wilson Francisco Quispe Mayta MD
11:56 AM--Q & A
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