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AHNS33

A MULTI-INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS OF LATE COMPLICATIONS IN SCAPULA, FIBULA, AND OSTEOCUTANEOUS RADIAL FOREARM FREE FLAPS

Reconstruction / Microvascular Surgery

Craig A Bollig, MD1; Amit Walia, MD2; Patrik Pipkorn, MD2; Ryan Jackson, MD2; Sid Puram, MD, PhD2; Jason Rich, MD2; Randy Paniello, MD, PhD2; Jose P Zevallos, MD, MPH2; Madelyn Stevens, MD3; C B Wood, MD4; Sarah Rhode, MD3; Kevin Sykes, MPH, PhD5; Kiran Kakarala, MD5; Andres Bur, MD5; Maggie Wieser6; Tabitha Galloway, MD6; Patrick Tassone, MD6; Pablo Llerena1; Tyler Pluchino, MD7; Jeffrey Jorgensen, MD8

1Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School; 2Washington University in St. Louis; 3Vanderbilt University Medical Center; 4University of Tennessee Health Science Center; 5University of Kansas Medical Center; 6University of Missouri School of Medicine; 7University of Louisville; 8PRISMA Health


AHNS34

ANALYSIS OF EARLY AND LATE COMPLICATIONS OF MANDIBULECTOMY FREE FLAP RECONSTRUCTION, DOES THE SELECTIVE USE OF SOFT TISSUE ONLY FLAPS REDUCE COMPLICATIONS?

Reconstruction / Microvascular Surgery

Dylan B McBee, BSA; Caroline C Keehn, BSA; Andrew T Huang, MD; Angela D Haskins, MD; David J Hernandez, MD

Bobby R. Alford Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, Baylor College of Medicine


AHNS35

EFFECT OF PERIOPERATIVE ANTITHROMBOTICS AND ANTICOAGULANTS ON POSTOPERATIVE HEMATOMA AND TRANSFUSION RATES IN HEAD AND NECK MICROVASCULAR FREE FLAP PROCEDURES

Reconstruction / Microvascular Surgery

Melanie D Hicks, MD1; Milind Vasudev2; Jessica L Bishop, MD1; Natalie Garcia1; Farshad Chowdhury, MD3; Tiffany T Pham, MD, MS3; Gabriela Heslop, MD3; Julie A Goddard, MD3; Tjoson Tjoa, MD4; Yarah Haidar, MD4; Carissa M Thomas, MD, PhD1

1University of Alabama at Birmingham; 2University of California Irvine School of Medicine; 3University of Colorado; 4University of California Irvine


AHNS36

IMPACT OF IMPLEMENTING STRICTER CRITERIA FOR BLOOD TRANSFUSION IN PATIENTS WITH HEAD AND NECK CANCER UNDERGOING FREE TISSUE TRANSFER

Reconstruction / Microvascular Surgery

Osama A Hamdi, MD1; Deepa Danan, MD2; Brian O Hernandez, MD3; Amber Yi, BS4; Madisyn Primas, BS4; David C Shonka, MD1; Jonathan C Garneau, MD1; Katherine Fedder, MD1; Mark J Jameson, MD1

1University of Virginia, Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery; 2University of Florida, Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery; 3Wake Forest School of Medicine - Otolaryngology; 4University of Virginia School of Medicine


AHNS37

PERIOPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS IN SCAPULA, FIBULA, AND OSTEOCUTANEOUS RADIAL FOREARM FREE FLAPS: A MULTICENTER STUDY

Reconstruction / Microvascular Surgery

Craig A Bollig, MD1; Amit Walia, MD2; Patrik Pipkorn, MD2; Ryan Jackson, MD2; Sid Puram, MD, PhD2; Jason Rich, MD2; Randy Paniello, MD, PhD2; Jose P Zevallos, MD, MPH2; Madelyn Stevens, MD3; Sarah Rhode, MD3; C B Wood, MD4; Tyler Pluchino, MD5; Kiran Kakarala, MD6; Andres Bur, MD6; Kevin Sykes, MPH, PhD6; Jairan Sadeghi1; Maggie Wieser, BS7; Tabitha Galloway, MD7; Patrick Tassone, MD7; Jeffrey Jorgensen, MD8

1Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School; 2Washington University in St. Louis; 3Vanderbilt University Medical Center; 4University of Tennessee Health Science Center; 5University of Louisville; 6University of Kansas Medical Center; 7University of Missouri School of Medicine; 8PRISMA Health


AHNS38

ELEVATED BMI IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED RATES OF VENOUS THROMBOEMBOLISM IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING HEAD AND NECK FREE FLAP RECONSTRUCTION

Reconstruction / Microvascular Surgery

Rakan Saadoun1; Fuat B Bengur, MD1; Elizabeth A Moroni, MD1; Johannes A Veit, MD, PhD2; Mark Kubik, MD1; Mario G Solari1; Shaum Sridharan, MD1

1University of Pittsburgh; 2University Medical Centre Mannheim


AHNS39

OCCULT NODAL METASTASIS IN SURGICALLY TREATED HPV-RELATED OROPHARYNGEAL SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA

Oropharynx / HPV Related Disease

Austin C Cao, BA; Erin R Cohen, MD; Robert M Brody, MD

University of Pennsylvania Department of Otorhinolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery


AHNS40

DETERMINING THE ROLE OF HPV INTEGRATION IN OROPHARYNGEAL SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA

Oropharynx / HPV Related Disease

Wesley H Stepp, MD, PhD; Natalia Isaeva, PhD; Wendell G Yarbrough, MD; Trevor G Hackman, MD; Travis P Schrank, MD, PhD

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


AHNS41

FACILITY TYPE PREDICTS TREATMENT REGIMEN FOR HPV-POSITIVE OROPHARYNGEAL SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA

Oropharynx / HPV Related Disease

Monica S Trent, MD; Kelsey Roman, BS; Tjoson Tjoa, MD

University of California, Irvine


AHNS42

PREDICTING EXTRANODAL EXTENSION IN EARLY-STAGE HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUS-DRIVEN OROPHARYNGEAL CANCER: MACHINE LEARNING USING PET CT AND CLINICAL PARAMETERS.

Oropharynx / HPV Related Disease

Thomas D Milner, Dr; Don Wilson, Dr; Patrick Martineau, Dr; Ingrid Bloise, Dr; Carlos Uribe, Mr; Anat Dinur, Dr; Eitan Prisman, Dr

Vancouver General Hospital