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  • 1. SESPRS 2014 30th Annual Atlanta Breast Surgery Symposium "Evidence is the Best Medicine" January 31 – February 2, 2014 | The Intercontinental Hotel, Atlanta, GA
  • 2. 3 0 t h A nnua l SYMPOSIUM CHAIRS Roger K. Khouri, MD – Miami Breast Center, Key Biscayne, FL Program Chair Mark A. Codner, MD – Clinical Assistant Professor, Emory University, Atlanta, GA Program Co-Chairs James D. Namnoum, MD – Clinical Assistant Professor, Emory University, Atlanta, GA Albert Losken, MD – William G. Hamm Professor of Plastic Surgery, Emory Plastic Surgery Program Director, Emory University, Atlanta, GA Emeritus Chairs L. Franklyn Elliott, MD – Private Practice, Atlanta, GA Carl R. Hartrampf, Jr., MD – Retired, Atlanta, GA SYMPOSIUM FACULTY John Y.S. Kim, MD – Associate Professor of Surgery Northwestern University, Chicago, IL Steven Kronowitz, MD – Professor of Plastic Surgery, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX Program Objectives SPONSORED BY: At the conclusion of this activity, the learner will be able to: Southeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons (SESPRS) • Describe best practice techniques in unilateral and bilateral cases of breast reconstruction with the TRAM flap, simultaneous removal of breast implants and augmentation with fat grafting, and breast augmentation with mastopexy using acellular dermal matrix and shaped breast implants. Northside Hospital ENDORSED BY: G. Patrick Maxwell, MD – Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN • Analyze the evidence for the use of fat grafting to the breast, use of acellular dermal matrix and new synthetic substitutes, and the use of shaped breast implants for breast augmentation and reconstruction. Antonio Aldo Mottura, MD – Centro de Cirugia Estetica, Cordoba, Argentina Maurizio Bruno Nava, MD – Director Plastic Surgery Unit, Fondazione IRCCS, Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori Milano, Milano, Italy • Review trends and best-practice techniques in mastectomy, oncoplastic surgery and breast reconstruction including tissue expanders, direct to implant reconstruction, latissimus flaps, TRAM flaps, and microsurgical SIEA and DIEP Flaps, and nipple reconstruction. The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Inc. (ASAPS) • Evaluate a variety of techniques used in aesthetic breast surgery including breast reduction, mastopexy, augmentation, and prevention and correction of complications including rippling and capsular contracture. Tracy M. Pfeifer, MD – Private Practice, New York, NY Louis P. Bucky, MD – Clinical Professor of Surgery, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, University of Pennsylvania, School of Medicine, Chief of Plastic Surgery, Pennsylvania Hospital, Ardmore, PA Kenneth C. Shestak, MD – Professor of Plastic Surgery, Department of Plastic Surgery, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA M. Bradley Calobrace, MD – Clinical Instructor in Plastic Surgery, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY Scott L. Spear, MD – Chief of Plastic Surgery, Georgetown University, Washington, DC Grant W. Carlson, MD – Chief of the Division of Plastic Surgery, Emory University, Atlanta, GA Louis L. Strock, MD – Private Practice, Fort Worth, TX Daniel A. DelVecchio, MD – Clinical Instructor in Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA Steven A. Teitelbaum, MD – Assistant Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery, David Geffen School of Medicine UCLA, Santa Monica, CA Lubos Drazan, MD – Faculty Hospital sv. Anny Brno, Czech Republic ASAPS President Jack Fisher, MD – Nashville, TN Dennis C. Hammond, MD – Associate Program Director, Grand Rapids Medical Education Partners, Grand Rapids, MI ASPS President of PSF Kevin Chung, MD – Ann Arbor, MI John B. Hijjawi, MD – Associate Professor Department of Plastic Surgery, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI SESPRS President Harold I. Friedman, MD – Columbia, SC • Apply this new knowledge to their practice in appropriate patients. The American Society of Plastic Surgery (ASPS) The 2014 Foreign Scholars' AWARDS The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) AMERICAN PLASTIC SURGERY SOCIETY UPDATES James C. Grotting, MD – Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery, University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL 2 3 0 t h A nnua l BR E A S T SURGE RY S YMP O SIUM The SESPRS provides generous funding to different countries each year to sponsor the travel and registration expenses to three outstanding Plastic Surgery Chief Residents from a foreign country. This SESPRS honor provides them with a unique international educational outreach. The 2014 Foreign Scholars are invited from Argentina. The 2014 Honorary Hartrampf Lecture L. Franklyn Elliott, MD – “Retrospectoscope” : The Online 2014 Breast Surgery Symposium: The symposium is offered in its entirety via on-line streaming video of the live surgery as well as the lectures which can be viewed from the convenience of your home or office computer. Live questions can be emailed from around the world to Atlanta for immediate answers from the faculty direct to you over the Internet. The entire event is archived for two months following the live meeting and may be reviewed during that time if purchased on-line. CME credit is available for registered on-line attendees who view the meeting live. For more information contact: srussell@gunnerlive.com BR E A S T SURGE RY S YMP O SIUM 3
  • 3. 3 0 t h A nnua l 3 0 t h A nnua l 2014 Atlanta Breast Surgery Symposium Scientific Program "Evidence is the Best Medicine" January 31 – February 2, 2014 | The Intercontinental Hotel, Atlanta, GA Thursday, January 30th 6:00 – 8:00 pm Welcome Reception and Registration Intercontinental Hotel Windsor Ballroom D and Foyer FRIDAY, January 31ST 7:00 am Registration Continental Breakfast/ Visit Exhibits Windsor Ballroom D and Foyer 8:00 am SESPRS Welcome Harold I. Friedman, MD – President SESPRS 8:00 am – 12:00 pm Northside Hospital 1:00 pm 1:00 – 2:00 pm Opening Remarks Mark A. Codner, MD – Program Chairman Autologous Breast Reconstruction Moderator – Namnoum Codner – Overview of Breast Reconstruction 1:10 pm Drazan – Autologous Breast Reconstruction 1:20 pm Elliott – Differences in Unilateral and Bilateral TRAM Reconstruction 1:30 pm Hammond – Latissimus Reconstruction 1:40 pm Live Surgery Telecast Moderators – Codner, Namnoum 1:00 pm Khouri – Total Autologous Breast Reconstruction with External Expansion and Fat Transfer Room 1 Observers – Khouri, Hammond 8:00 am Bucky – Simultaneous Implant Removal and Fat Grafting 9:30 am Calobrace – Augmentation/Mastopexy with Anatomical Implants and ADM 2:00 pm Honorary Hartrampf Lecture L. Franklyn Elliott, MD - “Retrospectoscope” Room 2 Observers – Shestak, Drazan 2:30 pm Special 30th Anniversary Recognition of Dr. Hartrampf’s Fellows 8:00 am Elliott – Bilateral TRAM – Hartrampf Technique 3:00 – 3:30 pm Coffee Break / Visit Exhibits Windsor Ballroom D and Foyer Losken – Unilateral TRAM – Emory Technique (Video Presentation) 3:30 – 4:30 pm Implant/Expander/ADM Breast Reconstruction Moderator – Losken 10:00 am Live Surgery Generously SUPPORTED by Northside Hospital 12:00 pm 4 Lunch Venetian Ballroom BR E A S T SURGE RY S YMP O SIUM 1:50 – 2:00 pm Discussion 3:30 pm Hammond – Tissue Expanders, ADM, and Fat Grafting in Breast Reconstruction 3:40 pm Kim – Controversies in ADM Breast Reconstruction Thoughts on Direct to Implant Reconstruction BR E A S T SURGE RY S YMP O SIUM 5
  • 4. 3 0 t h A nnua l 3 0 t h A nnua l FRIDAY, January 31ST SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1ST 3:50 pm Kronowitz – Delayed – Immediate Breast Reconstruction: The MD Anderson Approach 7:00 am Continental Breakfast/ Visit Exhibits Windsor Ballroom D and Foyer 4:00 pm Shestak – Management of Common and Uncommon Problems Following Prosthetic Breast Reconstruction 8:00 am American Plastic Surgery Society Updates Moderator – Friedman 4:10 pm Carlson – Reconstruction After Failed Breast Conservation 4:20 pm Spear – Experience with ADM in Revision Breast Reconstruction 4:30 – 5:30 pm 4:30 pm 4:40 pm 4:50 pm 5:00 pm 5:10 – 5:30 pm 7:30 pm Challenges Facing Breast Reconstruction Moderator – Elliott Namnoum – Reconstruction of the Radiated Mastectomy, Fat is the Key to Success Drazan – From Dr. Hartrampf’s TRAM to DIEP to SIEA and Back Hijjawi – Fluorescent Angiography in Breast Reconstruction Losken – Management of the TRAM Hernia Discussion Argentinian Tango Gala Dinner Dance (Location TBD) ASPS – Kevin Chung, MD ASAPS – Jack Fisher, MD SESPRS – Harold I. Friedman, MD 8:30 – 9:30 am Primary Breast Augmentation Moderator – Codner 8:30 am Hammond – Pre-operative Planning in Breast Augmentation with Cohesive Anatomic Gel Implants 8:40 am Calobrace – Demystifying the Dual Plane: Application in Primary Augmentation 8:50 am Mottura – Augmentation Using Big Implants and the Submammary or Subpectoral Approach in Small Lower Pole and Tuberous Breast 9:00 am Strock – Endoscopic Transaxillary Breast Augmentation: Round vs Shaped Implants 9:10 am Nava – Long Lasting Results with Stable Anatomical Implants – Decision Making in Implant Selection: A New Algorithm 9:20 – 9:30 am Discussion 9:30 – 10:00 am Coffee Break / Visit Exhibits Windsor Ballroom D and Foyer 10:00 – 11:00 am Secondary Breast Augmentation and Revisions Moderator – Elliott 10:00 am 6 BR E A S T SURGE RY S YMP O SIUM Maxwell – Data Based Analysis of the World’s Largest Series of ADM Assisted Aesthetic Breast Revisions Pfeifer – Shaped Implants in Revision of Breast Augmentation – What I Learned From My First 50 Cases 10:30 am January 31 – February 2, 2014 | The Intercontinental Hotel, Atlanta, GA 10:10 am 10:20 am "Evidence is the Best Medicine" Calobrace – Revision Breast Surgery: Capsulorrhaphy vs Neosubpectoral Pocket Teitelbaum – Uses of Shaped Implants in Augmentation: Primary vs Secondary BR E A S T SURGE RY S YMP O SIUM 7
  • 5. 3 0 t h A nnua l SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1ST 10:40 am 10:50 – 11:00 am 11:00 am – 12:00 pm 11:00 am 3 0 t h A nnua l SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1ST Grotting – Complication Rates in Aesthetic Breast Surgery: Evidence Based Data Discussion Breast Augmentation with Fat Grafting Moderator – Namnoum Maxwell – Pre-Clinical and Clinical Data on a Closed Fat Processing System for Fat Grafting Procedures to the Breast 11:10 am DelVecchio – Role of Fat in Breast Augmentation 11:20 am 2:10 pm Calobrace – Surgical Approach to Simultaneous Augmentation Mastopexy 2:20 pm Nava – Augmentation Mastopexy 2:30 pm Mottura – The Circumvertical Technique for Mastopexy 2:40 pm Bucky – Augmentation Mastopexy Using Large Volume Fat Grafting 2:50 – 3:00 pm Discussion Khouri – Reverse Abdominoplasty Fat Transfer (RAFT) 3:00 – 3:30 pm Coffee Break / Visit Exhibits Windsor Ballroom D and Foyer 11:30 am Losken – The Impact Fat Grafting has on Breast Imaging and Surveillance 3:30 – 5:00 pm 11:40 am Bucky – Fat Grafting for Augmentation and for Treatment of Pain After Augmentation Breast Reduction and Challenges in Breast Surgery Moderator – Codner 11:50 – 12:00 pm 12:00 – 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 3:30 pm Grotting – Vertical Sculpted Pillar Reduction Lunch Venetian Ballroom 3:40 pm Mottura – The South American Approach to Breast Reduction in the Medium Size Breast Foreign Scholars’ Awards – ARGENTINA Moderator – Codner 3:50 pm Spear – Experience with Reduction in the Previously Radiated Breast Discussion Melisa A. Galetto, MD Pablo Guillermo Panzeri, MD Pablo Rodrigo Fernandez, MD Rosario, Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina Cordoba, Argentina 4:00 – 4:10 pm Discussion 4:10 pm Shestak – Nipple Reconstruction- Optimizing Results and Avoiding Problems 1:15 pm John Bostwick Resident Paper Award (Resident and Title TBD) Moderator – Losken 4:20 pm Teitelbaum – Correcting the Unhappy Breast Augmentation Patient 1:30 pm 2013 Breast Symposium Live Surgery Results Moderator – Namnoum 4:30 pm Namnoum – The Ideal Breast Defined 2:00 – 3:00 pm 2:00 pm 8 Augmentation vs Mastopexy vs BotH Moderator – Elliott 4:40 – 5:00 pm Discussion Codner – Smooth vs Textured Implants – The Risk of Future Mastopexy BR E A S T SURGE RY S YMP O SIUM BR E A S T SURGE RY S YMP O SIUM 9
  • 6. 3 0 t h A nnua l 3 0 t h A nnua l SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2ND SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2ND Continental Breakfast/ Visit Exhibits Windsor Ballroom D and Foyer 10:30 am Bucky – Large Volume Fat Grafting for Revision Breast Surgery Oncoplastic Surgery Moderator – Losken 10:40 am Hijjawi – Fat Grafting to the Breast 8:00 am Hijjawi – Oncoplastic Surgery: Timing and Techniques 10:50 am Strock – Revisional Breast Augmentation: Management of the Implant Capsule 8:10 am Kronowitz – Oncoplastic Surgery: A Management Algorithm and Practical Surgical Techniques 7:00 am 8:00 – 9:00 am 8:20 am 8:30 am 8:40 am Kim – Risk Analysis of Breast Reconstruction: Lessons and Limitations Carlson – Contralateral Prophylactic Mastectomy: Boon or Boondoggle? Discussion 9:00 – 9:30 am Problem Cases from the Audience Moderator – Elliott Expert Faculty – Maxwell, Spear, Hammond PLEASE Bring Your Problem Cases on a Thumb Drive 9:30 am 10:30 am – 12:30 pm 10:30 am 10 Discussion 11:30 am DelVecchio – Role of Fat in Breast Reconstruction 11:40 am Grotting – Addition Subtraction Concepts in Aesthetic Breast Surgery 11:50 am Pfeifer – The Use of Shaped Implants in the Correction of Capsular Contracture 12:00 pm Spear – Outcomes After Failed Implant Reconstruction Nava – Alloplastic Mesh in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery 8:50 – 9:00 am 9:30 – 10:30 am 11:10 – 11:30 am 12:00 – 12:30 pm Discussion Meeting Adjourned Coffee Break / Visit Exhibits / Break Out Session Windsor Ballroom D and Foyer Break-out Session – FDA Approved Shaped Breast Implants Hands on Panel: Advantages of Shaped Breast Implants Feel the Differences in Shape, Softness, and Texture Use of Funnel Insertion with Shaped Implants Moderator – Codner Expert Faculty – Maxwell, Teitelbaum, Hammond "Evidence is the Best Medicine" January 31 – February 2, 2014 | The Intercontinental Hotel, Atlanta, GA Hot Topics in Breast Surgery Moderator – Namnoum DelVecchio – Complications of Large Volume Fat Transplantation BR E A S T SURGE RY S YMP O SIUM BR E A S T SURGE RY S YMP O SIUM 11
  • 7. 3 0 t h A nnua l 3 0 t h A nnua l Accreditation Reservations The Southeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education in order to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Intercontinental Hotel (located in the heart of Buckhead) 3315 Peachtree Road, NE Atlanta, GA 30326 404-946-9000 www.intercontinentalatlanta.com The Southeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons designates this live activity for a MAXIMUM of 17.5 CME CATEGORY 1 CREDITS toward the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the live activity. SESPRS Disclosure Policy As a provider accredited by the ACCME, SESPRS must ensure balance, independence, objectivity and scientific rigor in all its individually sponsored or jointly sponsored educational activities. All planners, presenters and faculty members are required to disclose all relevant financial relationships with commercial interests in advance of the activity. All individuals responsible for the content of any SESPRS educational activity must disclose. Anyone who refuses to disclose will be removed. All disclosures are reviewed by the SESPRS ACCME Committee, and conflicts of interest are identified and managed in advance of the activity. Management takes place either through recusal, limiting participation, peer review, or divestment of the relationship. All planners, presenters and faculty members’ disclosures will be provided to the audience in advance of the activity via slides. Additionally, all presenter disclosures will be announced verbally. Additionally, if any unapproved or off-label use of a product is to be referenced in a CME program presentation, the faculty member/participant is required to disclose that the product is either investigational or it is not labeled for the usage being discussed. SESPRS shall convey any information disclosed by the faculty member/participant to the CME program audience prior to the activity. Room rates are $249 per night, single or double occupancy. Reservations must be received by December 16, 2013 for this rate to be honored. Alternate Hotel located within walking Distance to the Intercontinental Embassy Suites (located next door) 3285 Peachtree Road, NE Atlanta, GA 30305 404-261-7733 Room rates are $139 per night, single or double occupancy. Reservations must be received by January 8, 2014 for this rate to be honored. There is NO GUARANTEE that rooms will be available up to the deadline date, and there is no guarantee that rooms will be available at this rate. Rates quoted here are on a space-available basis only. Once our block of rooms is sold out, which may be earlier than December 16, 2013 or January 8, 2014 for each represented hotel, there is no guarantee that rooms will be available at this rate. Visit our website www.sesprs.org to make on-line hotel reservations. Click on this meeting on our site for more information: www.sesprs.org. Special Needs Any special needs requests should be submitted in writing to the SESPRS office by December 1, 2013. Registration Fees Resident registration fees are complimentary with a letter submitted with their registration from their plastic surgery program director. Physicians in their first and second year after residency are eligible for the New Physician rate. Physicians who have more than two years of practice and are not members of SESPRS/ASPS/ ASAPS/ISAPS are eligible for Guest Physician rates. The registration fee for a spouse/companion includes admittance to meals and social functions. Spouses/companions wishing to attend the symposium presentations must register under the “Office Personnel or Nurse” category. Please register early. Full refunds minus a $50 processing fee will be considered if written notice of cancellation is received by December 1, 2013; a 50 percent refund will be given if written notice of cancellation is received by December 12, 2013. No refund will be given after December 12, 2013. 12 BR E A S T SURGE RY S YMP O SIUM Online Registration Online registration is available at www.sesprs.org. If you have any questions, please call (435) 901-2544 or visit our website at www.sesprs.org. View Meeting from the comfort of your Home Online – Available for Breast Symposium Only BR E A S T SURGE RY S YMP O SIUM 13
  • 8. 3 0 t h A nnua l 3 0 t h A nnua l Registration Please fill out and mail this form to SESPRS, 6300 Sagewood Drive, Suite H255, Park City, UT 84098 or fax to (435) 487-2011. Online registration is also available at www.sesprs.org. Questions? Call (435) 901-2544 or visit us online at www.sesprs.org. A confirmation notice will be sent by e-mail to each registrant upon receipt of their registration. Name: Spouse/Companion Name: Address: City: State: Zip Code: Phone: Fax: Email: ASPS Member ID No.: Additional Name for Badge/ Spouse: Breast and Oculoplastic Symposia Breast Symposium Only Before 12/10 After 12/10 Before 12/10 After 12/10 SESPRS Member q $1375 q $1500 q $1100 q $1200 ASPS/ASAPS/ISAPS Member q $1700 q $1900 q $1350 q $1450 Guest Physicians (non SESPRS, ASPS, ASAPS, ISAPS Member) q $2200 q $2400 q $1750 q $1850 Guest Physician Less Than 2 Years in Practice q $1000 q $1100 q $800 q $900 Resident/Fellows q Complimentary Registration – Letter From Plastic Surgery Program Director required in advance Office Personnel or Nurse (Must be Accompanied by Physician) q $900 q $1000 q $800 q $900 Spouse/Companion (Social Functions Only) q $250 q $350 q $200 q $300 Please check the appropriate response: TOTAL AMOUNT ENCLOSED: $ Online Viewing Event Registration­ Available for Breast Symposium Only—Registration MUST be done on-line. — "Evidence is the Best Medicine" January 31 – February 2, 2014 The Intercontinental Hotel, Atlanta, GA Visit our website soon for details. www.sesprs.org / $799 for on-line viewing. (CME available if watched LIVE) DVD’s of Past Symposia from 2005­ 2012 are available for purchase at $225 each, please visit our website — www.sesprs.org or call directly (435) 901-2544 to inquire or place an order. Total Amount Enclosed: $ Method of Payment: q Check (US Funds Only) q MasterCard q Visa q AMX Card Number: 3 or 4 digit code: Expiration Date: / Signature: If paying by credit card, please complete this registration form and fax or mail. If paying by check, please include a check in U.S. funds payable to: Southeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons (SESPRS). If paying by mail, please send to: SESPRS 6300 Sagewood Drive, Suite H255, Park City, UT 84098 14 BR E A S T SURGE RY S YMP O SIUM BR E A S T SURGE RY S YMP O SIUM 15
  • 9. Atlantis Resort Paradise Island, Bahamas June 8-12, 2014 Save the Date SESPRS 57th Annual Meeting January 31 – February 2, 2014 The Intercontinental Hotel, Atlanta, GA "Evidence is the Best Medicine" Southeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons 12100 Sunset Hills Road Suite 130, Reston, Virginia 20190 (703) 234-4067 | www.sesprs.org

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