NEW TALENT SHOW: Free paper session

4 minutes presentation+ 2 min discussion

Main room:

15.15- 15.21h:

Transposition flap from lateral chest wall for reconstruction of outer quadrant defects after breast conservation surgery- effective alternative to LD flap

Sh. Joshi / D. Jaiswal / Q. Chougle / R.A. Badwe
Tata Memorial Center, Parel, Mumbai, India

15.22- 15.28h:

Human Acellular Dermal Matrix versus TiLoop Mesh in Immediate Direct to Implant Breast Reconstruction

K. Lim2 / K. Hughes1,2 / D. Neoh1,2
1Department of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Unit, Austin Health, Melbourne, Australia.
2Department of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Unit, Eastern Health, Melbourne, Australia

15.29- 15.35h:

Breast Reconstruction in mainland China

L. Mu
Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery Department. Peking University People’s Hospital

15.36- 15.42h:

Microvascular aspects of microsurgical revascularization of the DIEP flap in breast reconstruction.

O.I. Sarceva / D.V. Melnikov / M.Y. Sinelnikov / D.A. Makarenko / S.I. Ivanov / M. Sechenov
First Moscow State Medical University

15.43- 15.49h:

Nerve coaptation improves the sensory recovery of the breast following DIEP and LTP flap breast reconstruction

Beugels* / R.R.W.J. van der Hulst / M.H. Tuinder
Maastricht University Medical Center

15.50- 15.56h:

Functional influence of breast implant surface texture with micro topographical features on capsular contracture

Ch.Y. Heo
Department of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Seongnam, 13620, Republic of Korea; Republic of Korea

15.57- 16.03h:

Characterization of the Dynamics of Adipose Remodeling after Nonvascularized Fat Grafting

T. Jo / H. Ho Han / J. Sup Eom
Department of Plastic Surgery, Asan Medical Center, University of Ulsan College of Medicine

16.04- 16.10h:

Preoperative breast volume evaluation of breast reconstruction using 3-Dimensional printing technique

Ch. Keng / Ch-J. Feng
Division of Plastic Surgery, Taipei Veterans General Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan

16.11- 16.17h:

A Comparison of Fat Graft Processing Techniques: Outcomes of 1158 Procedures in Prosthetic Breast Reconstruction

M. Fracol / W-K. Chiu / L.N. Feld / C.S. Qiu / J.Y.S. Kim
Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL, USA

16.18- 16.24h:

Bilateral immediate two stage breast reconstruction in patients with unilateral breast cancer: outcomes analysis and risk assessment

C.N. Ozturk / C.Ozturk / A.Soucise / N.Ahsan / J.Kuhn / M.Platek / W. Moon / R. Lohman
Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, Buffalo, NY, USA

16.25- 16.31h:

Evolution and revolution in immediate breast reconstruction

K. Greene / G. Bromley / Ph. Bhaskar
North Tees University Hospital

Aules polivalents:

15.15- 15.21h:

A Prospective, randomized time-and-motion study comparing rate of processing techniques in autologous fat grafting: an economic analysis

M. Parekh1 / S.E. Hanson2 / P.B. Garvey2 / E.I. Chang2 / G. Reece2 / J. Liu2 / D. Macarios1 / Ch.E. Butler2
1Allergan plc, Madison, NJ, USA
2Department of Plastic Surgery, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, USA

15.22- 15.28h:

Successful use of adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells to correct a male breast affected by Poland Syndrome: a case report

A. Christopoulos1 / Ch. Ligoudistianou2 / P. Bethanis1 / M. Gazouli3
1Plastic Surgery Clinic, Aesthetic Anaplasis, Athens 11524, Greece
2Theracell Advanced Biotechnology Ltd, Athens 14564, Greece.
3Laboratory of Biology, Medical School, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Athens 11527, Greece

15.29- 15.35h:

Quantitative comparison of drainage after primary breast surgery with and without drains in the Dr George Mukhari Academic Hospital.

J.M. Breytenbach / V. Jandera / R. Minne
Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences, Garankuwa, South Africa

15.36- 15.42h:

Our experience in improving outcomes in implant based reconstruction

K. Greene / G. Bromley / B. Steel / P. Bhaskar
North Tees University Hospital

15.43- 15.49h:

Case report: two stage treatment of severe case of secondary arm lymphedema.

V. Ivashkov / R. Akhmatova / V. Sobolevsky
N.N. Blokhin’s Cancer research center.

15.50- 15.56h:

The use of the free bi-pedicled DIEP flap for unilateral breast reconstruction: A Systematic Review and the 4-years’ experience at the Queen Victoria Hospital.

G. Christopoulos / S. Mackey
Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, UK

15.57- 16.03h:

How likely is a negative preoperative axillary lymph node biopsy truly negative?

T. Sel1,2 / N. Chotai1 / T. Ey1
1Tan Tock Seng Hospital
2Woodlands Health Campis

16.04- 16.10h:

Functional recovery in women after mastectomy

V.A. Epifanov / T. A. Ivanenko / N.S. Shvedov
Moscow state university of medicine and dentistry named after A.I. Evdokimov

16.11- 16.17h:

Pre pectoral immediate breast reconstruction direct to implant with acellular dermal matrix. Paradigm shift

S. Narayanan / M. Chandarana/ K. Kabeer / S. Soumian / S. Jafferbhoy / S. Marla
Breast Unit, University hospital North Midlands Stoke UK

16.18- 16.24h:

Videoendoscopic and robotic VS classical surgery in breast cancer treatment.

K. Chen / M. Sinelnikov / I.V. Reshetov / I.M. Sechenov
First Moscow State Medical University

16.25- 16.31h:

A systematic review of neo-adjuvant radiotherapy in the treatment of breast cancer

F. Jozsa / M. Ahmed / E. Sawyer / M. Douek
Division of Cancer Studies, Research Oncology, King’s College London, UK

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

Guidelines

We invite everybody to submit an abstract, specially the new generations.

At the BBM there’s always room for new talented people.

Key dates:
  • Abstract submission deadline:

18th February 2019

  • Notification of acceptance:

25th February 2019

  • Presentation delivery:

When you reach the meeting

  • New talent show: Free paper session

13th March 2019 15.00-16.00h

Abstract's format requirements:

All abstracts should be written in English (300 words) and sent in Word format with the title of the abstract as the file name, using the template enclosed. All margins should be set at 2,5 cm.

Please avoid using headers and footnotes, references should be given at the end of the paper. The citation number of bibliographical references in text must be enclosed in square brackets [1]. Maximum 5 citations should be enclosed.

Poster's format requirements:

All posters should be written in English and sent in PDF format with the title of the abstract as the file name, using the template enclosed (50×70 cms). Posters will be shown on a screen placed at the Exhibition Area during all the congress.

Parts and format for the presented document (abstracts and posters):
  • Abstract title: Arial, 14-point, bold, centered
  • Authors name(s): Arial, 12-point, bold, centered
  • Name of the Institution: Arial, 10-point, normal, centered
  • Topic: Arial, 10-point, bold, fully justified.
  • Abstract content (maximum of 300 words): Arial, 10-point, normal, fully justified. Please, do not place any additional blank lines between paragraphs.

*All the documents that are not following these requirements will be automatically rejected from the selection process.

Partnership with LBM:

We have teamed up with London Breast Meeting to offer a 25% discount for all those attending both LBM 2018 and BBM 2019.
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