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9 1 THE USE OF ACELLULAR DERMAL MATRIX IN BREAST AND ABDOMINAL WALL SURGERY: A META-ANALYSIS OF OUTCOMES AND RISK FACTORS PREDICTIVE OF COMPLICATIONS Presenter: Authors: Loma Linda University Medical Center Introduction: Methods: Results: Conclusion: 2 RECONSTRUCTION OF PLANTAR HEEL DEFECTS WITH PLANTARIS MEDIALIS NEUROVASCULAR ISLAND FLAPS Presenter: Authors: BG University Hospital Bergmannsheil Ruhr University Bochum Introduction: Materials and Methods: Results: Discussion:
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1THE USE OF ACELLULAR DERMAL MATRIX IN BREAST AND ABDOMINAL WALL SURGERY: A META-ANALYSIS OF OUTCOMES AND RISK FACTORS PREDICTIVE OF COMPLICATIONSPresenter:Authors:Loma Linda University Medical Center

Introduction:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

2RECONSTRUCTION OF PLANTAR HEEL DEFECTS WITH PLANTARIS MEDIALIS NEUROVASCULAR ISLAND FLAPSPresenter:Authors:

BG University Hospital Bergmannsheil Ruhr University Bochum

Introduction:

Materials and Methods:

Results:

Discussion:

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3CHARACTERIZATION OF BIOMECHANICAL FORCES DRIVING REGIONAL AND DIMENSION-SPECIFIC SCAR FORMATION IN THE RED DUROC PIG USING FINITE ELEMENT METHODS Presenter:Authors:

Nippon Medical School

Introduction:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

4AGE-RELATED DECLINE IN CITED2 EXPRESSION LEADS TO INCREASED SENESCENCE OF TENDON-DERIVED STEM/PROGENITOR CELLSPresenter:Authors:

Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Introduction:

Methods:

Results/Discussion:

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5DOES LIPOSUCTIONING OF THE ABDOMEN AFFECT COSMETIC ABDOMINOPLASTY OUTCOME?Presenter:Authors:

GRMEP Michigan State University

Objective:

Methods:

Results:

Summary:

6NERVE REGENERATION UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF PEDOTPresenter:Authors:

University of Michigan

Objective:

Methods:

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2

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7POST-OPERATIVE ENOXAPARIN DOES NOT INCREASE RISK FOR RE-OPERATIVE HEMATOMA IN PLASTIC SURGERY PATIENTS: PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF THE PSEFS VENOUS THROMBOEMBOLISM PREVENTION STUDY (VTEPS)Presenter:Authors:

UT Southwestern Medical Center

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

8EFFECT OF HYDROGEN SULFIDE THERAPY ON NEUTROPHIL ACTIVATION IN THE CONTEXT OF ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION INJURY Presenter:Authors:

Cornell University

Introduction:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

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9EFFECTIVENESS OF TOPICAL IMMUNOSUPPRESSANTS IN PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF REJECTION IN FACE ALLOTRANSPLANTATIONPresenter:Authors:

Cleveland Clinic

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

10OPTIMAL TIMING OF DELAYED FREE LOWER ABDOMINAL FLAP BREAST RECONSTRUCTION AFTER POST-MASTECTOMY RADIATION THERAPYPresenter:Authors:

MD Anderson Cancer Center

Purpose:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

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11THE IMPORTANCE OF HOSPITAL CASE-VOLUME FOR OUTCOMES IN AUTOLOGOUS FREE-TISSUE BREAST RECONSTRUCTIONPresenter:Authors:Mercy Medical Center

Objective:

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

12A COST ANALYSIS OF THE USE OF ACELLULAR DERMAL MATRIX IN IMPLANT-BASED BREAST RECONSTRUCTIONPresenter:Authors:

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

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13THE LATERAL INFRAMAMMARY INCISION FOR NIPPLE-SPARING MASTECTOMY: OUTCOMES FROM OVER 50 IMPLANT-BASED BREAST RECONSTRUCTIONSPresenter:Authors:

New York University School of Medicine

Purpose:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

14COMPLICATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH RADIATION IN TISSUE EXPANDER BREAST RECONSTRUCTION WITH HUMAN ACELLULAR DERMAL MATRIX Presenter:Authors:

Grand Rapids Medical Education and Research Center

Objective:

Methods:

Results:

2

Conclusion:

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15BLOCKADE OF OSTEOPONTIN WITH A SPECIFIC RNA APTAMER INHIBITS PRO-FIBROTIC FIBROBLAST FUNCTIONSPresenter:Authors:Duke University Medical Center

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

16GENE EXPRESSION PROFILE IN NON-SYNDROMIC METOPIC CRANIOSYNOSTOSISPresenter:Authors:

Georgia Institute of Technology

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

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17ROLE OF RAC PROTEIN IN ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION TREATED WITH HYPERBARIC OXYGENPresenter:Authors:

University of Nevada School of Medicine

Introduction:

Methods:

2

Results:

Conclusions:

18Abstract Withdrawn

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19TOPICAL SIRNA AND PROGENITOR CELL MOBILIZATION REDUCE AGE-RELATED REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES ACCUMULATION AND ACCELERATE HEALING IN THE SENESCENT WOUNDPresenter:Authors:

New York University Langone Medical Center

Introduction:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

20ROLE OF THROMBOLYTIC AGENTS FOR MICROVASCULAR FREE FLAP SALVAGEPresenter:Authors:

UCLA Medical Center

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

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21TEMPORAL CHANGES IN GENE EXPRESSION REGULATING MOUSE POSTERIOR FRONTAL SUTURE FUSIONPresenter:Authors:

Georgia Institute of Technology

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Materials:

Results:

Conclusions:

22SUTURELESS MICROVASCULAR ANASTOMOSIS USING THERMOREVERSIBLE POLOXAMERSPresenter:Authors:

Stanford University

Introduction:

Materials and Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

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23Abstract Withdrawn

24PRETREATMENT OF VITAMIN D3 AMELIORATES LUNG AND MUSCLE INJURY INDUCED BY REPERFUSION OF BILATERAL FEMORAL VESSELS IN A RAT MODELPresenter:Authors:Kaohsiung Medical University Hospital

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

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25PROPRANOLOL CAUSES CYTOTOXICITY IN HEMANGIOMA CELLS THROUGH DOWNREGULATION OF VEGF-RELATED PROTEINS AND DECREASED PI3/AKT PHOSPHORYLATIONPresenter:Authors:Case Western Reserve University

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

26NASAL CONTOURING: CALCULATED AND PREDICTABLE TIP ELEVATION WITH CEPHALIC ALAR TRIMPresenter:Authors:

University of Louisville

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Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

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27EARLY POSTOPERATIVE OUTCOMES ASSOCIATED WITH THE ANTEROLATERAL THIGH FLAP IN SMOKERS WITH COVERAGE OF TRAUMATIC GUSTILO IIIB FRACTURES OF THE LOWER EXTREMITYPresenter:Authors:

The R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center and The University of Maryland

Purpose:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

28IMPACT OF PRIOR IPSILATERAL CHEST WALL RADIATION ON PEDICLED TRAM FLAP BREAST RECONSTRUCTIONPresenter:Authors:

Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

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29RE-ASSESSMENT OF THE MICHIGAN HAND QUESTIONNAIRE USING CONFIRMATORY FACTOR ANALYSISPresenter:Authors:Dalhousie University

Introduction:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

30SHIFTING CELLULAR REDOX BALANCE: TOPICAL SILENCING OF KEAP1 INCREASES ANTIOXIDANT CELLULAR PROTECTION, IMPROVING DIABETIC WOUND HEALINGPresenter:Authors:

New York University Langone Medical Center

Introduction:

Methods:

Results:

2

Conclusion:

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31THREE HUNDRED THIRTY-ONE CONSECUTIVE IMMEDIATE SINGLE STAGE IMPLANT RECONSTRUCTIONS WITH ACELLULAR DERMAL MATRIX IN 211 PATIENTS: INDICATIONS, COMPLICATIONS, TRENDS, AND PATIENT SATISFACTIONPresenter:Authors:

Massachusetts General Hospital

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

32COMPARISON OF VRAM AND ORAM FLAPS FOR PELVIC AND PERINEAL RECONSTRUCTIONPresenter:Authors:University of Washington

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

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33DIGITAL IMAGE SPECKLE CORRELATION (DISC) ANALYSIS AS A PROSPECTIVE QUANTITATIVE CLINICAL OUTCOMES METRIC FOR COSMETIC TREATMENT WITH BOTULINUM TOXIN TYPE A Presenter:Authors:

Stony Brook University Medical Center

Introduction:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

34DOES IMMEDIATE BREAST RECONSTRUCTION AFFECT SURGICAL SITE INFECTION? DATA FROM THE NATIONAL SURGICAL QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (NSQIP) Presenter:Authors:

Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California

Introduction:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

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35MESH HERNIORRHAPHY REVERSES INTERNAL OBLIQUE MUSCLE ATROPHY AND PARTIALLY RESTORES ABDOMINAL WALL COMPLIANCEPresenter:Authors:University of Michigan

Objectives:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

36THERAPEUTIC POTENTIAL OF EX-VIVO FUSED CHIMERIC CELLS IN PROLONGING VASCULARIZED SKIN ALLOGRAFT SURVIVALPresenter:Authors:

The Cleveland Clinic

Introduction:

Materials and Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

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37A FIRST GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATION STUDY IN DUPUYTREN’S DISEASE IDENTIFIES 9 SUSCEPTIBILITY LOCI AND SUGGESTS A MAJOR ROLE FOR WNT-SIGNALLINGPresenter:Authors:

University Medical Center Groningen

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Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

38BONE REGENERATION IN DISTRACTION OSTEOGENESIS DEMONSTRATES SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASED VASCULARITY IN COMPARISON TO FRACTURE REPAIR IN THE MURINE MANDIBLEPresenter:Authors:

University of Michigan Medical School

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

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39ANALYSIS OF CRANIAL NEURAL CREST CELLS DURING PALATOGENESISPresenter:Authors:

Massachusetts General Hospital

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

40THE EFFECT OF LOW INTENSITY ULTRASOUND ON PROLIFERATIVE GENE EXPRESSION IN TENDON-DERIVED STEM CELLSPresenter:Authors:

Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Background:

Methods:

Results/Discussion:

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41ADIPOSE DERIVED STEM CELLS PROLIFERATE AND DIFFERENTIATE ON HUMAN ACELLULAR DERMISPresenter:Authors:

University of California Los Angeles

Background:

Methods:5

Results:

Conclusion:

42THERAPEUTIC POTENTIAL OF FGF-2 FOR HYPERTROPHIC SCARS/KELOIDS: UPREGULATIONS OF MMP-1 AND HGF EXPRESSIONPresenter:Authors:

University of Tokyo

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Discussion:

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43THE INNOVATIVE ROLE OF SWEAT GLAND STEM CELLS ON DERMAL REGENERATION AFTER THERMAL INJURYPresenter:Authors:University of California- San Diego

Introduction:

Methods:

5

Results:

Conclusions:

44EVOLUTION OF BREAST RECONSTRUCTION PARADIGMS DRIVEN BY INCREASE IN NUMBERS OF BILATERAL MASTECTOMYPresenter:Authors:Massachusetts General Hospital

Background:

Methods:

®

Results:

Conclusions:

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45PERFUSION-RELATED COMPLICATIONS ARE SIMILAR FOR FLAPS HARVESTED ON MEDIAL OR LATERAL BRANCH DEEP INFERIOR EPIGASTRIC ARTERY PERFORATORSPresenter:Authors:The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

46Abstract Withdrawn

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47GENE EXPRESSION PATTERNS OF HUMAN ADIPOSE-DERIVED STROMAL CELLS CORRELATE WITH FACS SORTING PARAMETERS FOR PROSPECTIVE ISOLATION OF SUBPOPULATIONSPresenter:Authors:

Stanford University

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

48NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY FOR AT RISK SURGICAL CLOSURES: A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIALPresenter:Authors:

Georgetown University

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

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49THE HOST IMMUNE RESPONSE FAILS TO PREVENT KLEBSIELLA PNEUMONIAEFROM RAPIDLY FORMING BIOFILM IN THE RABBIT DERMAL ULCER WOUND MODELPresenter:Authors:

Northwestern University

Objective:

Methods:

2 7

Results:

2

7

7

9

Conclusions:

5

50FGF TOGETHER WITH COLLAGEN CARRIER FOR CALVARIAL DEFECT REPAIRPresenter:Authors:University of Southern California

Background:

Methods:

Results:

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51IMMUNOMODULATORY PROPERTIES OF A NOVEL MESENCHYMAL STEM CELL - HYDROGEL SCAFFOLDPresenter:Authors:

University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

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Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

52COST COMPARISON OF OPEN FASCIECTOMY VERSUS PERCUTANEOUS NEEDLE APONEUROTOMY FOR TREATMENT OF DUPUYTREN’S CONTRACTUREPresenter:Authors:

University of California Los Angeles

Purpose:

Materials and Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

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53OUTCOMES OF TISSUE EXPANDER BREAST RECONSTRUCTION IN PATIENTS WITH PRE-RECONSTRUCTION RADIATIONPresenter:Authors:

Northwestern Memorial Hospital

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

54A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS OF COMPLICATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH ADM-ASSISTED BREAST RECONSTRUCTIONPresenter:Authors:

Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

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55DO MEDICAL STUDENTS OBTAIN AN APPRECIATION FOR THE SCOPE OF PLASTIC SURGERY? THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH EXPERIENCE Presenter:Authors:

University of Utah School of Medicine

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

56ALTERING THE GLIAL SCAR FIBRONECTIN MATRIX TO PROMOTE REGENERATIVE HEALINGPresenter:Authors:Princeton University/Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

Introduction:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

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57PROTOCOL MANAGEMENT OF LATE STAGE PRESSURE ULCERS: A 5-YEAR RETROSPECTIVE STUDY OF 101 CONSECUTIVE PATIENTS WITH 179 ULCERSPresenter:Authors:Medical College of Wisconsin

Purpose:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

58ACCELERATED PORCINE WOUND HEALING AFTER TREATMENT WITH ALPHA-GAL NANOPARTICLESPresenter:Authors:University of Massachusetts Medical School

Introduction:

Methods:

15

Results:

2

2

2

2

2

2

Conclusion:

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59A 3D MORPHOMETRICAL EVALUATION OF THE EXACT EFFECTS OF BOTULINUM TOXIN ON THE PERIORBITAL STRUCTURES.Presenter:Authors:University Medical Center Freiburg

Introduction:

Material and Methods:

Results:

60TRANSIENT RECEPTOR POTENTIALS IN HUMAN HYPERTROPHIC SCARPresenter:Authors:

Hyogo College of Medicine

Introduction:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

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61EXOGENOUS RHBMP-7 INCREASES EXPRESSION OF ENDOGENOUS INHIBITORS DURING DISTRACTION OSTEOGENESIS: AN ALTERNATIVE PATHWAY TO ACCELERATE BONE FORMATIONPresenter:Authors:

McGill University

Introduction:

Purpose:

Materials and Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

62AUTOMATED DETECTION OF WOUND AREA IN A STENTED EXCISIONAL MODEL OF MURINE WOUND HEALINGPresenter:Authors:

Stanford University

Introduction:

Methods:

Results:

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63HYDROGEN SULFIDE PROTECTS AGAINST IRI THROUGH THE JAK-STAT PATHWAY IN AN IN VIVO MODEL OF IRIPresenter:Authors:

Weill Cornell Medical College

Introduction:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

64PERI-OPERATIVE CORTICOSTEROID USE IN TRAM FLAP DECREASES LENGTH OF HOSPITAL STAYPresenter:Authors:Henry Ford Hospital

Objective:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

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65MISREPRESENTATION OF SCHOLARLY WORKS BY INTEGRATED PLASTIC SURGERY APPLICANTS: IS IT REALLY AN ISSUE?Presenter:Authors:University of Michigan

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

66THE UTILITY OF LABORATORY AND NUTRITIONAL ASSESSMENT OF MASSIVE WEIGHT LOSS PATIENTS UNDERGOING BODY CONTOURING SURGERYPresenter:Authors:University of Rochester

Introduction:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

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67LONGTERM IN-VIVO TUMORIGENIC ASSESSMENT OF HUMAN CULTURE-EXPANDED ADIPOSE STROMAL/STEM CELLSOriginal Presenter:New Presenter: Authors:

University of Virginia Health System

Introduction:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

68UMBILICAL CORD MESENCHYMAL STEM CELL-DERIVED CARTILAGE ON NANOFIBER-SUPPORTED SCAFFOLDS FOR MICROTIA REPAIRPresenter:Authors:

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Introduction:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

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69SERUM-DERIVED NANOPARTICLES CAN CAUSE CALCIUM-MEDIATED CUTANEOUS WOUND CONTRACTION Presenter:Authors:

Hyogo College of Medicine

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Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

70POST-MASTECTOMY BREAST RECONSTRUCTION AFTER PREVIOUS LUMPECTOMY AND RADIATION THERAPY: ANALYSIS OF COMPLICATIONS AND SATISFACTIONPresenter:Authors:

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

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71THE APPLICATION OF SUBCUTANEOUS TALC IN PANNICULECTOMIES AND SUBCUTANEOUS ADVANCEMENT FLAPS WITH CONCOMITANT HERNIA REPAIR REDUCES DRAIN DURATION AND POST-OPERATIVE WOUND COMPLICATIONSPresenter:Authors:

Carolinas Medical Center

Introduction:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

72HYPERGLYCEMIA AND ISCHEMIA IN DIABETES: STRESSORS IMPLICATED IN DYSFUNCTIONAL HEALINGPresenter:Authors:

New York University Langone Medical Center

Introduction:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

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73BREAST IMPLANT PROCEDURES PERFORMED UNDER CONSCIOUS SEDATION: A SIX-YEAR EXPERIENCE IN 461 PATIENTSPresenter:Authors:Northwestern University

Purpose:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

74GENE MODIFICATION OF MUSCLE FLAPS USING NOVEL RECOMBINANT ADENO-ASSOCIATED VIRAL VECTORSPresenter:Authors:

The Ohio State University

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

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75MICRORNA-1 AND MICRORNA-206 IMPROVE HUMAN SATELLITE CELL DIFFERENTIATION IN VITRO: A NOVEL APPROACH FOR TISSUE ENGINEERING OF SKELETAL MUSCLEPresenter:Authors:

University Medical Center Groningen

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Methods:

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76POST-MASTECTOMY BREAST RECONSTRUCTION VERSUS MASTECTOMY ALONE: A COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF QUALITY OF LIFE USING PATIENT REPORTED SATISFACTION, BODY IMAGE AND SEXUAL WELL-BEINGPresenter:Authors:

Massachusetts General Hospital

Purpose:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

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77OSCILLATING CULTURES ACCELERATE MINERALIZATION OF HMSCS ON 3D TYPE I COLLAGEN SCAFFOLDS: IMPLICATIONS FOR BONE TISSUE ENGINEERING BIOREACTOR DESIGNPresenter:Authors:

VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System

Introduction:

Methods:

2

Results:

Conclusion:

78COST ANALYSIS OF RIGID STERNAL FIXATION VERSUS MODIFIED WIRE TECHNIQUES FOR PRIMARY STERNAL CLOSURE OF HIGH RISK STERNOTOMY PATIENTSPresenter:Authors:UC Davis

Background:

Methods:

Results:

2

Conclusion:

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79IDENTIFICATION OF CD109 AS A REGULATOR OF CUTANEOUS INFLAMMATION IN VIVOPresenter:Authors:

Plastic Surgery Research McGill University

Background:

Objective:

Methods:

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Conclusions:

80ACCELERATED VASCULARISATION AND IMPROVED BONE FORMATION IN CRITICAL-SIZE BONE GRAFTS BY VEGF-EXPRESSING BMSC IN A RABBIT MODELPresenter:Authors:

University Hospital of Basel

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Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

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81STEM CELL THERAPY IMPROVES BONY HEALINGPresenter:Authors:

New York University Medical Center

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Methods:

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Conclusions:

82COMPOSITE TISSUE ALLOTRANSPLANTATION IN SWINE ACROSS A FULL MHC BARRIER USING A MIXED HEMATOPOIETIC CHIMERISM PROTOCOLPresenter:Authors:

Harvard Medical School Massachusetts General Hospital

Introduction:

Methods:

Results:

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83NOVEL REGULATION OF HUMAN ADIPOSE DERIVED STROMAL CELL OSTEOGENESIS THROUGH NOGGIN KNOCKDOWN AND A BMP-2 SLOW RELEASING SCAFFOLDPresenter:Authors:

Stanford University

Introduction:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

84ELONGATED CELL MORPHOLOGY AND UNIAXIAL MECHANICAL LOADING CONTRIBUTE TO TENOCYTE MICROENVIRONMENTAL NICHEPresenter:Authors:

Shanghai 9th Peoples Hospital Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine

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85CD4-CD8- DOUBLE NEGATIVE REGULATORY T CELL BASED THERAPY PERMITS PERMANENT ENGRAFTMENT IN MOUSE CTA MODELPresenter:Authors:

University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

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Materials and Methods:

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86SPATIALLY CONTROLLED DELIVERY OF NEUROTROPHIC FACTORS IN SILK FIBROIN-BASED NERVE CONDUITS FOR PERIPHERAL NERVE REPAIRPresenter:Authors:

University of Pittsburgh

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Methods:

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87GRADED NERVE MODULATION USING A BIOMEMS DEVICE Presenter:Authors:

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Harvard Medical School

Background:

Materials and Methods:

Results:

Conclusions:

88PATTERNS OF ANTIBIOTIC USE AND SURGICAL SITE INFECTION IN AUTOLOGOUS BREAST RECONSTRUCTIONOriginal Presenter:New Presenter:Authors:University of Washington

Background:

Methods:

Results:

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89COMPARISON OF AAV-DS-VEGF AND AAV-SS-VEGF: EFFICACY OF IN VITRO TRANSGENE EXPRESSION AND IN VIVO ISCHEMIC FLAP SURVIVALPresenter:Authors:

Roger Williams Medical Center

Introduction:

Materials and Methods:

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90THE SAFE BREAST AUGMENTATION LIFT: THE 360-DEGREE CIRCUMFERENTIAL PEDICLEPresenter:Authors:

University of Louisville

Introduction:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

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91NERVE GAP REPAIR WITH ALLOGENIC EPINEURAL TUBES SUPPORTED WITH BONE MARROW STROMAL CELLS (BMSC) THERAPY AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO AUTOGRAFT REPAIRPresenter:Authors:

Cleveland Clinic

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Materials and Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

92RECOVERY OF SENSATION IN THE RECONSTRUCTED BREASTPresenter:Authors:

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Background:

Methods:

2

Results:2 2

2

2 2

2 2

Conclusion:

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93SAFETY OF RHYTIDECTOMY IN THE ELDERLYPresenter:Authors:Cleveland Clinic

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Methods:

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Conclusions:

94DIMENSIONAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR OPERATIVE REPAIR OF THE FRACTURED PEDIATRIC ORBITPresenter:Authors:Grand Rapids Medical Education Partners

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95POST-MASTECTOMY RECONSTRUCTION PREFERENCES IN THE PRE- AND POST-BARIATRIC SURGERY POPULATIONSPresenter:Authors:University of Rochester Medical Center

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96LONG-TERM TOLERANCE TO COMPOSITE TISSUE ALLOGRAFT IS DEPENDENT ON ADMINISTRATION OF BONE MARROW BUT NOT DURABLE DONOR CELL CHIMERISMOriginal Presenter:New Presenter:Authors:

University of Washington Medical Center

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97MEDICAL STUDENT PERCEPTIONS OF PLASTIC SURGEONS AS HAND SURGERY SPECIALISTS: THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH EXPERIENCEPresenter:Authors:University of Utah

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Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

98FUNCTIONAL OUTCOMES OF REPAIR OF 2 CM RAT SCIATIC NERVE DEFECT WITH AN ALLOGENIC TISSUE ENGINEERED BONE MARROW STROMAL CELL EPINEURAL CONSTRUCTPresenter:Authors:

Cleveland Clinic Foundation

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Methods:

Results:

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99EXTENDED POSTOPERATIVE ANTIBIOTIC PROPHYLAXIS TO PREVENT LATE BREAST IMPLANT INFECTIONS IN THE IRRADIATED CHEST WALLPresenter:Authors:

University of Pennsylvania

Background:

Methods:

Results:

Conclusion:

100INVESTIGATION OF AN ATHYMIC MOUSE MODEL OF HUMAN HYPERTROPHIC SCAR FORMATIONPresenter:Authors:

University of Alberta

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101ASSESSMENT OF MITOCHONDRIAL CALCIUM (MCA2+) OVERLOAD AND FUNCTION IN EX VIVO HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE UNDERGOING ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION (I/R)Presenter:Authors:

Hospital for Sick Children Toronto

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102SAFETY OF PRE-OPERATIVE ERYTHROPOIETIN IN SURGICAL CALVARIAL REMODELING: AN 8-YEAR RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW AND ANALYSISPresenter:Authors:

University of Pittsburgh

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103SEROMA RATES IN COSMETIC ABDOMINOPLASTIES: DOES TECHNIQUE REALLY MATTER?Original Presenter:New Presenter: Authors:

Grand Rapids Medical Education and Research CenterMichigan State University

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104ROLE OF GSK-3B SIGNALING IN PALATAL OSTEOGENESIS: IN VITRO AND IN VIVO STUDIESPresenter:Authors:

Stanford University

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105NORMATIVE REFERENCE PARAMETERS OF BONE MINERAL DENSITY DISTRIBUTION IN THE SPRAGUE DAWLEY RAT MANDIBLE Presenter:Authors:

University of Michigan

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106RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH MICROVASCULAR FREE FLAP FAILURE: DATA FROM THE ACS-NATIONAL SURGICAL QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (ACS-NSQIP)Presenter:Authors:

University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine

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107Abstract Withdrawn

108IMPLANT BASED BREAST RECONSTRUCTION: REMOTE VERSUS INTEGRATED PORT TISSUE EXPANDERSPresenter:Authors:

University of Louisville

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109INCREASED OSTEOBLASTOGENESIS AND WNT/BMP GENE REGULATION IN NON-SYNDROMIC LAMBDOID CRANIOSYNOSTOSISPresenter:Authors:

Georgia Institute of Technology

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110PREVENTION OF VENOUS THROMBOEMBOLISM WITH POST-OPERATIVE ENOXAPARIN: PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF THE PSEF’S VENOUS THROMBOEMBOLISM PREVENTION STUDY (VTEPS)Presenter:Authors:

University of Michigan

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111ANGIOPOIETIN-1 MEDIATED EFFECTS ON RE-EPITHELIALIZATION: IN VITRO AND IN VIVO ANALYSISPresenter:Authors:

University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Childrens Hospital

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112THE IMPACT OF THE AGE OF SURGERY AND TYPE OF SURGICAL INTERVENTION ON LONG-TERM NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL OUTCOMES IN SAGITTAL CRANIOSYNOSTOSISOriginal Presenter:New Presenter:Authors:

Yale University School of Medicine

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1133D-SCHWANN CELL-NEURON-SPHEROIDS - ASSAY FOR NEURITE SPROUTING AND MYELINATION Presenter:Authors:University Medical Center Freiburg

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114 GENETIC AND EPIGENETIC MECHANISMS OF ADIPOSE TISSUE AGINGPresenter:Authors:University of Pennsylvania

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115CAN INTRAOPERATIVE PERFUSION TECHNIQUES ACCURATELY PREDICT MASTECTOMY SKIN FLAP NECROSIS?Presenter:Authors:

Stony Brook University Medical Center

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116MAXILLOFACIAL HARDWARE COMPLICATIONS AND INDICATIONS FOR SALVAGEPresenter:Authors:

The Mount Sinai Hospital

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117THE EFFECTS OF NON-VASCULARIZED VERSUS VASCULARIZED BONE GRAFTING ON CALVARIAL DEFECT HEALINGPresenter:Authors:University of Western Ontario

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118CT ANGIOGRAMS FOR MICROSURGICAL BREAST RECONSTRUCTION: INTERSURGEON INTERPRETATION AND APPLICATIONPresenter:Authors:

University of Pittsburgh

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119T-REGULATORY CELLS AND TH17 CELLS IN PERISILICONE-IMPLANT CAPSULAR FIBROSISPresenter:Authors:

Innsbruck Medical University

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120DEVELOPMENT OF AN ENGINEERED EAR USING A FIBROUS COLLAGEN SCAFFOLD WITH EMBEDDED WIREOriginal Presenter:New Presenter: Authors:

Massachusetts General Hospital

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121AMIFOSTINE DEMONSTRATES SIGNIFICANT CYTOPROTECTION IN AN IRRADIATED MURINE MODEL OF MANDIBULAR DISTRACTION OSTEOGENESISPresenter:Authors:

University of Michigan Medical School

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122BREAST CANCER RECURRENCE FOLLOWING POSTMASTECTOMY RECONSTRUCTION COMPARED TO MASTECTOMY WITH NO RECONSTRUCTIONPresenter:Authors:

Harvard Medical School

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123BODY-CONTOURING FOLLOWING BARIATRIC SURGERY: HOW MUCH IS BEING DONE?Presenter:Authors:

Weill Cornell Medical College

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124A NOVEL ALGORITHM TO ANALYZE CORONAL SUTURE DEVELOPMENT IN MICEPresenter:Authors:

Georgia Institute of Technology

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125IMMEDIATE IMPLANT PLACEMENT VERSUS THE STAGED TISSUE EXPANDER TECHNIQUE IN BREAST RECONSTRUCTIONPresenter:Authors:

University of California Los Angeles

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1263D CT ANGIOGRAPHY TO PREDICT WEIGHT OF DIEP FLAP FOR BREAST RECONSTRUCTIONPresenter:Authors:

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

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127DELIVERY OF MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS IN A BIOMIMETIC HYDROGEL ENHANCES STEM CELL ENGRAFTMENT AND ACCELERATES WOUND HEALINGPresenter:Authors:

Stanford University

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128LASER-ASSISTED INDOCYANINE GREEN IMAGING OPTIMIZES THE DESIGN OF THE ANTEROLATERAL THIGH FLAP Presenter:Authors:MD Anderson Cancer Center

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129THE FREE DESCENDING BRANCH MUSCLE SPARING LATISSIMUS DORSI FLAP: VASCULAR ANATOMY, CLINICAL RESULTS AND COMPARISON WITH THE TRANSVERSE BRANCHOriginal Presenter:New Presenter: Authors:

UT Southwestern Medical Center

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130THE ROLE OF IL-10 AND C3 TOXIN IN NERVE REGENERATION IN AN END-TO-SIDE NERVE REPAIR MODELPresenter:Authors:

University Clinic Freiburg Germany

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131EFFECT OF CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME ON TRIAL-TO-TRIAL ADAPTATION TO OBJECT CENTER OF MASS- SENSORIMOTOR INTEGRATION FOR MULTI-DIGIT GRASPINGPresenter:Authors:

Mayo Clinic Arizona

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132MOLECULAR CHARACTERISTICS AND TRANSFECTION OF HUMAN ADIPOSE TISSUE-DERIVED STEM CELLS FOR PERIPHERAL NERVE REGENERATION IN VITROPresenter:Authors:University of California Irvine

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133ROBOTIC LATISSIMUS DORSI MUSCLE HARVEST: A CADAVER STUDYPresenter:Authors:MD Anderson Cancer Center

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134TREATMENT OF PSEUDOMONASAERUGINOSA BIOFILM-INFECTED WOUNDS WITH CLINICAL WOUND CARE STRATEGIES: A QUANTITATIVE STUDY USING AN IN VIVO RABBIT EAR MODELPresenter:Authors:

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Background: Pseudomonasaeruginosa

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135BODY CONTOURING IN THE POST-BARIATRIC SURGERY PATIENTPresenter: Deana S. Shenaq, BAAuthors: Shenaq DS, Agarwal S, Teven C,

Roughton M, Prachand V, Zachary LThe University of Chicago Hospitals

Background: The obesity epidemic has directly led to an increase in the number of bariatric procedures performed in the United States. After bariatric surgery, massive weight loss patients are often left with excess tissue and skin, which can present a psychological barrier to further weight loss maintenance and lifestyle change. We aimed to assess the effectiveness of body contouring procedures on weight loss maintenance at our institution.

Methods: A retrospective analysis of 30 adult patients (18+ yrs old) who underwent bariatric surgery and subsequent body contouring procedures between January 1, 1990 and October 1, 2009 was performed. Patients’ body mass indices (BMIs) were calculated prior to bariatric and body contouring surgeries and at the time of last follow up. BMIs were corrected for the weight of tissue excised (grams) at the time of contouring surgery.

Results: Average BMI immediately prior to gastric bypass and contouring procedure was 56.4 and 37.1 kg/m2 respectively. Time to contour procedure averaged 42 months. On average patients showed a 5.0% increase in BMI following contour procedure at mean follow up of 56 months. Fourteen individuals had a BMI change of less than 10% (range -1% to +8.8%, n=14) with one patient demonstrating a +40% change.

Conclusion: The literature reports that up to 20% of bariatric surgery patients cannot sustain their weight loss after 2-3yrs. Preliminary results at our institution demonstrate that only one individual undergoing subsequent body contouring had a BMI increase of greater than 10% after an 8-year follow up. Our data suggests that post-bariatric body contouring optimizes bariatric surgery results and can aid with sustainable weight loss. Therefore, contouring procedures may be viewed as necessary to the total care of the bariatric patient.

136LOCAL ADMINISTRATION OF CONTROL-RELEASED BASIC FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR IMPROVES FLAP ISCHEMIC REPERFUSION INJURY IN A MURINE MODELPresenter: Azusa Shimizu, MDAuthors: Shimizu A, Wang Y, Orbay H,

Hyakusoku H, Miyamoto M, Tabata Y, Mizuno H

Juntendo University School of Medicine

Introduction: Ischemia reperfusion injury decreases the success rates in microsurgery after prolonged periods of ischemia. Basic fibroblast growth factors (bFGF) play a crucial role in wound healing process by promoting fibroblast proliferation and neovascularization. Gelatin, a denatured extract of collagen, has a capability of sustaining growth factors, which are gradually released from gelatin. The purpose of this study is to determine if bFGF-impregnated acid gelatin hydrogel microsphere (AGHM) can improve ischemic reperfusion injury in a skin flap model.

Materials and Methods: Two paired rectangular island skin flaps (1x5 cm each) nourished by deep circumflex iliac vessels were elevated on the dorsum of Fisher 344 rats (n=40). Flap ischemia was induced by clamping the pedicle for 6 hours. Before declamping the pedicle followed by insetting the flaps, each flap received the following injection; (Group I) AGHM with PBS, (Group II) 20?g bFGF-AGHM, (Group III) 50?g bFGF-AGHM, (Group IV) 150?g bFGF-AGHM, respectively (n=10 each). After 7 days, each flap was evaluated by (1) flap survival area, (2) flap temperature measurement by thermography, (3) hematoxylin and eosin staining, (4) immunohistochemistry for vascular endothelial growth factors (VEGF), transforming growth factor-? (TGF-?), fibroblast growth factors (FGF), (5) microangiography and (6) scanning electron microscopy (SEM). All the quantified data were analyzed for statistical significance using a one-way analysis of variance. A p value of less than 0.05 was considered significant.

Results: Mean flap survival area was 52.27%, 64.00%, 64.30% and 78.47% in groups I to IV, respectively. There was a significant difference between group IV and others (p<0.05). Average number of vessels in H&E sections and microangiography was significantly higher in group IV (p<0.05). The expressions of VEGF, TGF-?, and bFGF were significantly higher in group IV in comparison with the other groups (p<0.01).

Conclusions: These findings suggest that the appropriate dose of bFGF-AGHM improve the flap ischemic reperfusion injury.

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137Abstract Withdrawn

138215 MANDIBLE FRACTURES IN 120 CHILDREN: DEMOGRAPHICS, TREATMENT, OUTCOMES, AND GROWTHPresenter:Authors:

University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

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139REPAIR OF ALVEOLAR CLEFT DEFECT WITH PRE-CONDITIONED MULTIPOTENT CELLSPresenter:Authors:

University of California Los Angeles

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140UTILIZATION OF EXPLANTABLE MICROVASCULAR NETWORKS FROM ADIPOSE TISSUE FOR ORGAN-LEVEL TISSUE ENGINEERINGPresenter:Authors:

Stanford University

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141DEMONSTRATION OF THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM IN ANIMAL MODELSPresenter:Authors:The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

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142ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELLS DEMONSTRATE INCREASED SURVIVAL AND PROMOTE LOCAL VASCULOGENESIS VIA A PARACRINE MECHANISM IN ISCHEMIC ADIPOSE TISSUE: EXPERIMENTS WITH MOLECULAR IMAGINGPresenter:Authors:

Stanford University

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143FAT GRAFTING ACCELERATES NEOVASCULARIZATION AND DECREASES FIBROSIS FOLLOWING THERMAL INJURYPresenter:Authors:

New York University

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144CIAP1 ATTENUATES BLOOD SHEAR STRESS INDUCED APOPTOSIS OF HBMSCS FOR TISSUE ENGINEERED BLOOD VESSELS VIA INHIBITION OF MITOCHONDRIAL APOPTOSIS PATHWAYPresenter:Authors:

Xijing Hospital 4th Military Medical University

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145GELDANAMYCIN IMPROVES FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY AFTER PERIPHERAL NERVE CRUSH IN RATSPresenter:Authors:

Washington University School of Medicine

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146IMPAIRED HEALING IN PROGERIC MICE: THE ROLE OF P53 AND ITS EFFECTS ON REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES STATEPresenter:Authors:

NYU Langone Medical Center

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147BENEFICIAL ROMBERG RECONSTRUCTION DESPITE POORER FAT GRAFT TAKE AND MULTIPLE SOFT AND HARD TISSUE PROCEDURESPresenter:Authors:

University of California Los Angeles

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148EFFICACY OF G-CSF MOBILIZED AUTOLOGOUS PERIPHERAL BLOOD EPC TRANSPLANT FOR NON HEALING DIABETIC FOOT PATIENTSPresenter:Authors:

Tokai University School of Medicine

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149AMIFOSTINE MITIGATES THE UNTOWARD EFFECTS OF RADIATION ON THE MINERALIZATION CAPACITY OF IRRADIATED BONE IN THE MURINE MANDIBLEPresenter:Authors:

University of Michigan Medical School

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150SCALP MELANOMAS AND IN-TRANSIT METASTASES: A RETROSPECTIVE CASE-CONTROLLED STUDYPresenter:Authors:

Yale University

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151THE USE OF A NOVEL BIOCOMPATIBLE SCAFFOLD TO PRODUCE BONE IN 3-D CELL CULTURE Presenter:Authors:

University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine

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152A MODEL FOR SHORT-TERM MEDICAL MISSION EVALUATION: THE IMPACT OF A HAND SURGERY MISSION TO HONDURASPresenter:Authors:

Yale School of Medicine

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153TOLERANCE OF CLASS I-MISMATCHED COMPOSITE TISSUE ALLOGRAFTS IN SWINE TOLERANT OF RENAL ALLOGRAFTSPresenter:Authors:

Harvard Medical School Massachusetts General Hospital

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154TGF-BETA-MEDIATED FGF9-PITX2 SIGNALING REGULATES CELL PROLIFERATION DURING PALATE FORMATION Presenter:Authors:

Keck School of Medicine University of Southern California

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155LONG TERM STABILITY OF REGENERATIVE PERIPHERAL NERVE INTERFACES (RPNI)Presenter:Authors:

University of Michigan

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156ACELLULAR DERMAL MATRIX IN POST-MASTECTOMY BREAST RECONSTRUCTION: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND METAANALYSISPresenter:Authors:

Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions

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157NEUROMODULATION IN FUNCTIONAL RECONSTRUCTION THROUGH PERIPHERAL NERVE TRANSPLANTATION INTO CENTRAL NERVE SYSTEM IN SPINAL CORD INJURY IN RATS APPLYING CEREBROLYSINPresenter:Authors:

UKSH Campus Lubeck

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158TREATMENT OF APERT SYNDROME: A LONG-TERM FOLLOW-UP STUDYPresenter:Authors:University of California Los Angeles

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159A VALIDATED TOOL FOR ASSESSMENT OF MICROSURGICAL SKILLSPresenter:Authors:

Southern Illinois University

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160HISTOLOGIC AND TACTILE EVALUATION OF CHRONIC NEUROMAS FROM A PERIPHERAL NERVE INTERFACEPresenter:Authors:

University of Michigan

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161LIPID NANOPARTICLE-BASED GENE SILENCING: ONE-STAGE TOPICAL GENE THERAPYPresenter:Authors:

NYU Langone Medical Center

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162CD109, AN ENDOGENOUS TGF-BETA ANTAGONIST, ENHANCES WOUND HEALING AND REDUCES SCARRING AND FIBROSISPresenter:Authors:

McGill University

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163FIBROBLAST-SPECIFIC FOCAL ADHESION KINASE LINKS MECHANICAL FORCE WITH SCAR FORMATION BY REGULATING FIBROPROLIFERATIVE AND INFLAMMATORY PATHWAYS POST-INJURYPresenter:Authors:

Stanford University

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164NOTCH3 KNOCKDOWN AFFECTS FUNCTIONAL BEHAVIOR OF INFANTILE HEMANGIOMA STEM CELLSPresenter:Authors:

Columbia University

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165INFECTIOUS COMPLICATIONS WITH ACELLULAR DERMAL MATRICES AND BREAST RECONSTRUCTIONOriginal Presenter:New Presenter: Authors:

University of Kentucky

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166DEVELOPMENT OF A MICROSPHERE DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM TO PROMOTE NERVE REGENERATION AFTER PERIPHERAL NERVE INJURYPresenter:Authors:

The Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto

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167BIOREACTOR CONDITIONING IN HUMAN FLEXOR TENDON TISSUE ENGINEERING: THE ROLE OF 3D-CONSTRUCT BIOREACTORSPresenter:Authors:

Stanford University Medical Center

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168EX VIVO TRANSFER OF ADENOVIRUS-MEDIATED CTLA4IG GENE COMBINED WITH A SHORT COURSE OF RAPAMYCIN THERAPY PROLONGS FREE FLAP ALLOGRAFT SURVIVALPresenter:Authors:

XIjing Hospital The Fourth Military Medical University

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169CD4+ T-CELLS ARE NECESSARY FOR FIBROSIS AND LYMPHATIC DYSFUNCTION IN CHRONIC LYMPHEDEMAPresenter:Authors:

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

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170NERVE REGENERATION IN RAT ORTHOTOPIC LIMB ALLOGRAFTS: EVALUATION OF ACUTE REJECTION RESCUEPresenter:Authors:

Washington University in St Louis

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171RESEARCH ON THE EFFECT OF LOCAL ADOPTIVE TRANSFUSION OF IMMATURE DENDRITIC CELLS ON THE REJECTION MODEL OF COMPOSITE TISSUE ALLOTRANSPLANTATION Presenter:Authors:

Xijing Hospital of Fourth Military Medical University of Chinese

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172RISK FACTORS FOR INCREASED MORBIDITY POST TISSUE FLAP RECONSTRUCTION OF COMPLICATED STERNAL WOUNDSPresenter:Authors:

University of Maryland School of Medicine

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173HIF-1A MODULATES LYMPHATIC VESSEL REGENERATION AND IS STABILIZED DURING CHRONIC LYMPHEDEMAPresenter:Authors:

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

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174INDUCTION OF STRUCTURALLY ABNORMAL BONE AND INFLAMMATION IN VIVO WITH HIGH DOSES OF BMP2Presenter:Authors:

University of California Los Angeles

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175ENHANCEMENT OF VASCULARIZATION WITH VASCULAR RESIDENT ENDOTHELIAL PROGENITOR CELLS IN ISCHEMIA DERMAL SCAFFOLDS IN VIVOPresenter:Authors:

Technical University of Munich

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176BONE MARROW COMPONENT OF HIND-LIMB ALLOGRAFT PROMOTES MARROW-DERIVED HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELL ENGRAFTMENT, CHIMERISM AND TOLERANCEPresenter:Authors:

University of Pittsburgh

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177ALLOANTIGEN-PULSED HOST DENDRITIC CELLS PROLONG ALLOGRAFT SURVIVAL IN A RAT MODEL OF HETEROTOPIC TRACHEAL ALLOTRANSPLANTATIONPresenter:Authors:

University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

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178A COMPARISON OF POSTOPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS BETWEEN MASTECTOMY AND IMMEDIATE BREAST RECONSTRUCTION: IMPACT ON INITIATION OF CHEMOTHERAPYPresenter:Authors:University Health Network

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179BMP-2 MAY NOT INFLUENCE THE OSTEOGENIC FATE OF HUMAN ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELLSPresenter:Authors:

University of California Los Angeles

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180EFFECT OF HYALURONAN ON FAT GRAFT SURVIVALPresenter:Authors:

Cleveland Clinic

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181PATTERNS OF MANDIBULAR FRACTURES BASED ON AGE AND MECHANISM OF INJURY: OUR VIEW OF 13,148 CASES IN THE USPresenter:Authors:

University of Pittsburgh

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182CHEMICAL MYOTOMY WITH BOTULINUM TOXIN FOR ABDOMINAL WALL RECONSTRUCTION: A PORCINE PILOT STUDYPresenter:Authors:

University Hospitals Case Medical Center

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183ULTRASONOGRAPHIC ASSESSMENT OF DIGITAL NERVE INJURIESPresenter:Authors:

Jacobi Medical Center Albert Einstein College of Medicine

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184DOUBLE-OPPOSING BUCCAL FLAP PROCEDURE FOR PALATAL LENGTHENINGPresenter:Authors:

Grand Rapids Medical Education and Research Center/Michigan State University

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