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Skull Base Cancer

D157

TIMING OF COMPLICATIONS FOLLOWING FREE FLAP

Reconstructive

Richard D Bavier, BA1, Nicole Farber, BS1, Peter Ashman, MD1, Soly Baredes, MD, FACS2, Richard Chan Woo Park, MD, FACS1

1Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Newark, New Jersey, USA, 2Center for Skull Base and Pituitary Surgery, Neurological Institute of New Jersey, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Newark, New Jersey, USA


D158

OSTEOCUTANEOUS FREE FLAP RECONSTRUCTION IN THE ELDERLY: REVIEW OF A SINGLE INSTITUTIONS OUTCOMES

Reconstructive

Jordan A Malenke, MD, Shanik J Fernando, MD, Doug J Totten, BS, Justin R Shinn, MD, Nolan B Seim, Sarah L Rohde, MD

Vanderbilt University


D159

THE ANTEROLATERAL THIGH OSTEOCUTANEOUS (ALTO) FREE FLAP: A CLINICAL UPDATE AND LESSONS LEARNED

Reconstructive

Ernest D Gomez, MD, MTR1, Robert M Brody, MD1, Thorsen W Haugen, MD2, Neil P Sheth, MD1, Rabie M Shanti, DMD, MD1, Karthik Rajasekaran1, Ara A Chalian, MD1, Jason G Newman, MD1, Steven B Cannady, MD1

1University of Pennsylvania, 2Geisinger Health System


D160

PREVENTING WOUND BREAKDOWN AND PROLONGED HOSPITALIZATION IN FREE FLAP PATIENTS: WHICH FACTORS MATTER?

Reconstructive

Marianne Abouyared, MD, Theodore Gobillot, BS, Ryan Mitchell, MD, PhD, Brittany Barber, MD, Jeffrey Houlton, MD, Neal Futran, MD, DMD

University of Washington


D161

INTERPOSITION VEIN GRAFTING IN FREE TISSUE TRANSFER IN THE HEAD AND NECK

Reconstructive

Nolan Seim, MD1, Matthew Old, MD1, Daniel Petrisor, MD, DMD2, William Thomas, MD2, Akash Naik, MD1, Alia J Mowery, BS2, Stephen Kang, MD1, Ryan Li, MD2, Mark K Wax, MD2

1Ohio State University, 2Oregon Health and Science University


D162

ULNAR ARTERY PERFORATOR FREE FLAP VERSUS RADIAL FOREARM FREE FLAP IN HEAD AND NECK RECONSTRUCTION

Reconstructive

Tanner Fullmer, MD1, Suhael Momin, MD2, Sina Koochakzadeh, BS3, Elizabeth Nicolli, MD4, Joshua Horning3, Terry Day3, Andrew T Huang1

1Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, 2Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI, 3Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC, 4Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, The University of Miami, Miami, FL


D163

THREE DIMENSIONAL MODELING OF THE SCAPULAR TIP FOR ANTEROLATERAL AND LATERAL MANDIBULAR DEFECTS

Reconstructive

Emily Marchiano, MD1, Jayne R Stevens, MD2, Eric Liao, MD1, Andrew J Rosko, MD1, Allison Powell, BS1, Chaz L Stucken, MD1, Matthew E Spector, MD1

1University of Michigan, 2Tripler Army Medical Center


D164

ROLE OF CONTINUOUS LOCAL INFUSION OF ROPIVACAINE FOR POST-OPERATIVE PAIN MANAGEMENT IN PATIENTS RECEIVING OSSEOCUTANEOUS FREE FLAPS: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

Reconstructive

Scott Roof, MD, Rocco Ferrandino, MD, Caroline Eden, MD, Yury Khelemsky, MD, Joshua Rosenberg, Marita Teng, Eric Genden, Samuel DeMaria Jr, Brett Miles

Mount Sinai


D165

ASSOCIATION OF POST-OPERATIVE THROMBOCYTOSIS AND POST-OPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS IN HEAD AND NECK CANCER PATIENTS UNDERGOING FREE TISSUE RECONSTRUCTION

Reconstructive

Benjamin Russell, BS1, Jad Ramadan, MS2, Rusha Patel, MD2

1Marshall University, 2West Virginia University


D166

THE PROFUNDA ARTERY PERFORATOR FLAP FOR HEAD AND NECK RECONSTRUCTION: CADAVERIC ANATOMIC DESCRIPTION AND PERFORATOR PATTERNS

Reconstructive

Michael Roskies, MD, MSc, FRCSC1, Andrea L Hanick, MD2, Sara W Liu, MD2, Jamie A Ku, MD2

1University of Toronto, 2Cleveland Clinic