Scientific Abstract Presentations: Breast 8 Sat, Oct 28 2:00-3:30 p.m. CDT


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2:00 PM

A Multi-Decade, Multi-institutional Propensity Score Matched Analysis of Recurrence-Free Survival and Mortality in Post-mastectomy Patients with and without Immediate Breast Reconstruction

2:05 PM

The presence of staphylococcus and pseudomonas in the breast microbiome of post-mastectomy expander infection patients and the impact of prophylactic antibiotics

2:10 PM

Immediate Discharge Following Mastectomy and Immediate Tissue Expander Reconstruction

2:15 PM

National Trends and Impact of Preoperative CT-Angiography on Autologous Breast Reconstruction

2:20 PM

The Safety of Combining Breast Reconstruction and Risk Reducing Gynecologic Surgeries: An Analysis of cases from the National Surgical Quality Improvement Program

2:25 PM

The Effect of Perioperative Exercise on Post-operative Outcomes After Breast Surgery: A Review of the Current Literature

2:30 PM

Comparing the use of acellular dermal matrix with surgical mesh in immediate prepectoral breast reconstruction

2:35 PM

Breast Session 8 - Discussion 1

2:45 PM

Surgimend vs. Alloderm in Immediate Implant Based Prepectoral Breast Reconstruction: A Single Surgeon’s Experience

2:50 PM

The Korean Breast Implant Registry (K-BIR) : Small but Essential Step for Patient Safety

2:55 PM

Staging Wise Pattern Oncoplastic Reduction / Mastopexy Provides Superior Control of the Skin Pocket Compared to Vertical Pattern Prior to Nipple Sparing Mastectomy

3:00 PM

A Paired Analysis of Outcomes in Therapeutic versus Prophylactic Breasts Following Bilateral Mastectomy with Deep Inferior Epigastric Perforator (DIEP) Flap Reconstruction

3:05 PM

A National Claims Database Case-Matched Cohort Comparison of Breast Implant Illness Symptoms in Women With and Without Breast Implants

3:10 PM

Evaluating the Association Between Flap Monitoring and DIEP Flap Outcomes in Postmastectomy Patients at Mayo Clinic, Florida

3:15 PM

Temporal Trends in Free Flap Breast Reconstruction from 2005 to 2020, a Longitudinal ACS-NSQIP Study of 11,500 Cases

3:20 PM

Breast Session 8 - Discussion 2

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