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Skull Base Cancer

AHNS-019

RECONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUE FOLLOWING TOTAL LARYNGECTOMY AFFECTS SWALLOWING OUTCOMES

Reconstructive

Brianna N Harris, MD1, Steven Hoshal, MD2, Lisa Evangelista, CScD2, Maggie Kuhn, MD2

1University of Pennsylvania, 2University of California Davis


AHNS-020

FUNCTIONAL OUTCOMES OF COMPLEX MANDIBULAR RECONSTRUCTION WITH OSTEOCUTANEOUS FIBULA FREE FLAP WITH OR WITHOUT CAD/CAM-ASSISTED, VIRTUAL SURGICAL SIMULATION AND PLANNING: A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF 246 CASES

Reconstructive

Jamie A Ku, MD1, Alexander Mericli, MD2, Jun Liu, PhD2, Patrick Garvey, MD, FACS2

1Cleveland Clinic, 2MD Anderson Cancer Center


AHNS-021

LONG-TERM SWALLOWING OUTCOMES AFTER SALVAGE LARYNGECTOMY, A COMPARISON BETWEEN RECONSTRUCTIVE TECHNIQUES.

Reconstructive

Mauricio A Moreno, MD1, Mark K Wax, MD2, Steven B Cannady, MD3, Evan M Graboyes, MD4, Arnaoud F Bewley, MD5, Peter T Dziegielewski, MD6, Sobia F Khaja, MD7, Rodrigo Bayon, MD8, Jesse Ryan, MD9, Samer Al-khudari, MD10, Mark W El-Deiry, MD11, Tamer A Ghanem, MD12, Rusha Patel, MD13, Urjeet A Patel, MD14

1University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, 2Oregon Health&Science University, 3University of Pennsylvania, 4Medical University of South Carolina, 5UC Davis, 6University of Florida, 7University of Minnesota, 8University of Iowa, 9State University of New York System, 10Rush University Medical Cente, 11Emory Health Care, 12Henry Ford Health System, 13West Virginia University, 14Northwestern University


AHNS-022

SPEECH AND SWALLOWING OUTCOMES AFTER LARYNGECTOMY FOR THE DYSFUNCTIONAL LARYNX

Reconstructive

Janice L Farlow, MD, PhD1, Andrew C Birkeland, MD2, Anna Hardenbergh, CCCSLP1, Teresa Lyden, CCCSLP1, J Chad Brenner, PhD1, Andrew G Shuman, MD1, Steven B Chinn, MD1, Chaz L Stucken, MD1, Kelly M Malloy, MD1, Jeffrey S Moyer, MD1, Keith A Casper, MD1, Mark E Prince, MD1, Carol R Bradford, MD1, Gregory T Wolf, MD1, Douglas B Chepeha, MD3, Andrew J Rosko, MD1, Matthew E Spector, MD1

1University of Michigan, 2Stanford University, 3Princess Margaret Cancer Centre


AHNS-054

OSSEOINTEGRATION OF SCAPULAR TIP FREE FLAPS IN MANDIBULAR RECONSTRUCTION

Reconstructive

Mohammed Mamdani, MD, PhD, Catherine Lumley, MD, Jeffrey Blumberg, MD, Ben Huang, MD, Samip N Patel, MD

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill


AHNS-055

ASSESSMENT OF SUPPORT AND CAREGIVER BURDEN AMONG PATIENTS UNDERGOING MICROVASCULAR FREE TISSUE TRANSFER FOR HEAD AND NECK RECONSTRUCTION

Reconstructive

Mary J Xu, MD, Karolina A Plonowska, BA, Amanda Humphrey, BA, Zev Gurman, BA, William R Ryan, MD, Ivan El-Sayed, MD, Chase M Heaton, MD, Rahul Seth, MD, Patrick K Ha, MD, P. D Knott, MD

University of California, San Francisco


AHNS-057

COST AND CLINICAL OUTCOMES OF GENERAL FLOOR CARE VERSUS INTENSIVE CARE UNIT MANAGEMENT IN THE POSTOPERATIVE SETTING FOR PATIENTS UNDERGOING HEAD AND NECK FREE FLAPS.

Reconstructive

Jaime A Aponte Ortiz1, Alexandra J Greenberg-Worisek, PhD2, John P Marinelli3, Grant M Spears, MS4, James Clark, MD5, Eric J Moore, MD6, Sue L Visscher, PhD7, Bijan J Borah, PhD7, Jeffrey R Janus6

1Center for Clinical and Translational Science, Mayo Clinic; University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine, 2Department of Epidemiology, Mayo Clinic Rochester, 3Mayo Clinic School of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, 4Biomedical Statistics and Informatics, Mayo Clinic Rochester, 5John’s Hopkins Bayview Medical Center Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, 6Department of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery, Mayo Clinic Rochester, 7Robert D. and Patricia E. Kern Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery, Mayo Clinic


AHNS-058

LONG-TERM OUTCOMES AND COMPLICATIONS OF FIBULA FREE FLAPS IN HEAD AND NECK RECONSTRUCTION OVER A 10-YEAR PERIOD

Reconstructive

Brian Swendseid, MD, Ayan Kumar, Richard Goldman, MD, Adam Luginbuhl, MD, Howard Krein, MD, Ryan Heffelfinger, MD, Joseph Curry, MD

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital


AHNS-075

PROGNOSTIC FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH ACHIEVING TOTAL ORAL DIET FOLLOWING OSTEOCUTANEOUS MICROVASCULAR FREE TISSUE TRANSFER RECONSTRUCTION IN THE HEAD AND NECK

Reconstructive

Sagar Kansara, MD1, Tao Wang, PhD1, Sina Koochakzadeh, BS2, Nelson Liou, MD1, Mitchell Worley, MD2, Judith Skoner, MD2, Joshua Hornig, MD2, Terry Day, MD2, Andrew Huang, MD1

1Baylor College of Medicine, 2Medical University of South Carolina


AHNS-076

MORTALITY AND MORBIDITY IN PATIENTS 80 YEARS AND OLDER UNDERGOING MAJOR HEAD AND NECK ABLATION AND RECONSTRUCTION – A MULTI-INSTITUTIONAL STUDY

Reconstructive

Tanya Fancy, MD1, Jason Rich, MD2, Andrew Huang3, Rui Fernandes4, Evan Graboyes5, Jesse Ryan6, Mark Wax7

1West Virginia University, 2Washington University, 3Baylor College of Medicine, 4University of Florida, 5Medical University of South Carolina, 6Upstate University Health Systems, Syracuse, 7Oregon Health & Science University