Resident Scientific Abstract Session - Maxillofacial / Pediatric 4 Sat, Sep 21 1:30-3:00 p.m.

Moderator: Edward Davidson, MD Moderator: John Jensen, MD

1:30 PM--Routine Post-Operative Admission to the Intensive Care Unit Following Repair of Non-Syndromic Craniosynostosis: Is It Necessary?--Alain Joe Azzi MD

1:34 PM--Increasing Incidence of Craniosynostosis in the United States: Is Folic Acid Supplementation Responsible?--Erika Simmerman Mabes DO

1:38 PM--Sternal Agenesis Reconstruction with Cadaveric Bone Allograft- a Case Report--Arjun Handa MS, DNB

1:42 PM--Discussion

1:47 PM--Pushing the Boundaries of Evaluation of Birth Brachial Plexus Palsy By Magnetic Resonance Imaging--Shruti Marwah MCh

1:51 PM--Current Trends in Lambdoid Craniosynostosis: A Review of Surgical Techniques and Outcomes--Matthew B Mitchell MD

1:55 PM--Discussion

2:00 PM--Simultaneous Closure of the Alveolus and Hard Palate with Concomitant Bone Grafting--Erinn Noelani Kim MD

2:04 PM--Lower Eyelid Malposition after Isolated Orbital Floor Fracture Repair--Hope Shin MD

2:08 PM--Discussion

2:13 PM--Preventing Witch's Chin Deformity after Osseous Genioplasty--Mark Fisher MD

2:17 PM--Implications of Facial Fractures in Airway Management of the Adult Population: What Is the Most Effective Management Strategy?--Jordan N Halsey MD

2:21 PM--Development of an Outcome Measurement Workflow to Quantify the Degree of Deformity in Patients with Unilateral Coronal Craniosynostosis--Emilie Robertson BSc, MD

2:25 PM--Discussion

2:30 PM--Versatility of the Berger-Tenenhaus Approach for Mandibular Fractures--Jacob Thayer MD

2:34 PM--Management of Early and Late Complications of the Fibula Free Flap--Somjade J Songcharoen MD

2:38 PM--Experience in Treatment of Condylar Mandibular Fractures: A 5 Year Experience Review.--Roy Ismael Villafranca MD

2:42 PM--Facial Fractures in Senior Population. a Review of Seven Years of Experience in Reference Center in Mexico City--Sergio David Vallejo Toro MD

2:46 PM--Q & A

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