Scientific Abstract Presentations: Breast 2 Thu, Oct 26 3:00-4:30 p.m. CDT


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3:00 PM

Differences in Cost of Care and Operative Outcomes Between Direct-To-Implant and Tissue-Expander Breast Reconstruction

3:05 PM

Clinical Management of the Infected Tissue Expander: Assessing Salvage and Factors Associated with Successful Reconstruction (Top Medical Student)

3:10 PM

Do we need to reevaluate the Body Mass Index cutoff in Breast Reconstruction? An assessment of the preferred cutoff values to minimize venous thromboembolism and wound complications. (Top Medical Student)

3:15 PM

What a “Feeling”: The Role of Breast Sensation on Quality of Life after Mastectomy and Alloplastic or Autologous Reconstruction (Top Medical Student)

3:20 PM

Evaluation of the Safety of Oncoplastic Breast Reduction as compared to Bilateral Reduction Mammaplasty for Macromastia: A National Surgical Quality Improvement Project-Based Study (Top Medical Student)

3:25 PM

The Effect of Insurance Type on Complications and BREAST-Q Scores Following Autologous DIEP Breast Reconstruction (Top Medical Student)

3:30 PM

Breast Session 2 - Discussion 1

3:40 PM

State-wide trends and payments for microsurgical lymphedema procedures in patients undergoing mastectomy from 2016-2020 (Top Medical Student)

3:45 PM

Effect of pedicle type on breast reduction aesthetic outcomes: a photographic analysis (Top Medical Student)

3:50 PM

Social Factors Influencing High-Risk Patients in Choosing to Undergo Prophylactic Mastectomy (Top Medical Student)

3:55 PM

DIEP Flap Salvage of Infected Tissue Expanders (Top Medical Student)

4:00 PM

Optimizing Breast Reconstruction Outcomes in the Setting of Radiation Therapy: A Retrospective Cohort Study (Top Medical Student)

4:05 PM

Comparison of Cost of Care and Surgical Outcomes between Subpectoral and Prepectoral Breast Reconstruction

4:10 PM

A Novel Ratio for Optimizing Tissue Expander Fill and Minimizing Nipple Areolar Complex Complications in Prepectoral Breast Reconstruction (Top Medical Student)

4:15 PM

Breast Session 2 - Discussion 2

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