Scientific Abstract Presentations: Reconstructive 9 Sun, Oct 29 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. CDT


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10:30 AM

Expanded Indications of the Dorsal Nasal Flap: Redefining the Nasal Reconstruction Algorithm

10:30 AM

Epinephrine-assisted dissection and quilting sutures minimize donor site morbidity in latissimus dorsi breast reconstruction: Outcomes of the P-BRELD trial

10:35 AM

Technical Considerations for Vascularized Omental Lymph Node Transfer for Advanced Stage Breast Cancer-Related Lymphedema

10:40 AM

Surgical Management of Severe Gunshot Wounds to the Face

10:45 AM

Utilizing Integra for Reconstruction of Facial Defects after Mohs Micrographic Surgery

10:50 AM

Alloderm versus Dermacell: A Prospective, Clinical Trial

10:55 AM

Missed Lymphatic Dysfunction in Patients Diagnosed with May Thurner Syndrome

11:00 AM

“Flying Squirrel” Liposuction In Treating Solid-Predominant Lymphedema - 2-year Experience:

11:05 AM

Flap Outcomes Following Protocolled Management of Open Pilon Fractures in an Underserved Population

11:10 AM

Reconstructive Session 9 - Discussion 1

11:20 AM

Scalp reconstruction with free tissue transfer as a palliative surgical intervention in a high-risk population

11:25 AM

Ultra-thin Split-thickness Skin Grafts for Management of Full-thickness and Deep Partial-thickness Burns

11:30 AM

Prepectoral Pocket Transposition for Exposed Cardiac Pacemaker Salvage

11:35 AM

Lymphovenous anastomosis remains efficacious despite chronic venous insufficiency

11:40 AM

Operative Management of Pectus Arcuatum: a Minimally-Invasive Approach.

11:45 AM

Characterizing Heterotopic Ossification in Burns: The Role of Hormone Replacement Therapy

11:50 AM

Can LVA still be successfully performed in advanced fluid-predominant lymphedema?

12:00 PM

Influence of Free Flap Composition on Chronic Osteomyelitis Recurrence Following Treatment of Chronic Lower Extremity Wounds

12:05 PM

Looking Beyond the Scalpel: Assessing Patient Risk Factors for Complications following Surgical Excision of Hidradenitis Suppurativa

12:10 PM

Reconstructive Session 9 - Discussion 2

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