Scientific Abstract Presentations: Breast 3 Thu, Oct 26 5:00-6:00 p.m. CDT


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5:00 PM

Prophylactic Negative Pressure Wound Therapy for Closed Abdominal Donor Site Incisions in Autologous Breast Reconstruction: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis (Top Medical Student)

5:05 PM

Addressing Rising Healthcare Costs with Innovation: A Six-Year Institutional Experience in DIEP Flap Reconstruction (Top Medical Student)

5:10 PM

The Impact of the Schnur Sliding Scale on Adolescents: A Retrospective Cohort Study (Top Medical Student)

5:15 PM

Predicting Postoperative Satisfaction with Breasts Using Preoperative Factors: How Important are Preoperative BREAST-Q Scores? (Top Medical Student)

5:20 PM

Who’s Got More Feeling? A Longitudinal Comparative Analysis of Sensory Return Between Patients with Implant-based vs. Autologous Breast Reconstruction (Top Medical Student)

5:25 PM

Air versus Saline: A Propensity Score-Matched Analysis on the Effect of Tissue Expander Fill on Complications in Immediate Breast Reconstruction (Top Medical Student)

5:30 PM

Reconstruction Complications Following Mastectomy With Immediate Reconstruction In Patients With History of Mantle Radiation or Prior Whole-Breast Radiation (Top Medical Student)

5:35 PM

Safety profiles of immediate versus delayed deep inferior epigastric perforator flap breast reconstruction (Top Medical Student)

5:40 PM

Breast implant associated biofilms: a systematic review (Top Medical Student)

5:45 PM

Breast Session 3 - Discussion 1

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