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									PLASTIC & RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY
REFERRAL AND CONSULTATION GUIDE    2011 - 2012
Table of Contents

Services & Resources.......................................................................................................................................... 1

Specialties

      Breast Reconstruction Surgery...................................................................................................................... 2

      Burn and Complex Wound Care.................................................................................................................. 3

      Craniofacial Surgery...................................................................................................................................... 4
      Cancer & Trauma Reconstruction/Laser Rejuvenation................................................................................. 5

      Hand Surgery & Rhinoplasty/Nasal Reconstruction...................................................................................... 6

      Reconstructive/Body Contouring.................................................................................................................. 7

Index by Faculty.................................................................................................................................................. 8




The University of Chicago Department of Surgery
http://surgery.uchicago.edu
Services & Resources

Interpreter Services
  The University of Chicago Medical Center can provide patients with an interpreter upon request. The interpreter will help patients
  communicate with our doctors and staff. He or she will also help patients translate medical records and other information. For
  more information, please contact:

  Center for International Patients
  5758 S. Maryland Ave., MC9040
  Chicago, IL 60637
  Phone: (877) 482-8318
  Fax: (773) 834-1562
  E-mail: international.services @uchospitals.edu
  Web site: http://www.uchospitals.edu/specialties/international-patients/index.html


University of Chicago Aeromedical Network (UCAN)
  The University of Chicago Aeromedical Network (UCAN) is the air medical service of the University of Chicago Medical Center.
  UCAN provides helicopter transport of critically ill or injured neonatal, pediatric, and adult patients from the scene of an emer-
  gency or during interhospital transfer to the Medical Center. For flight requests, call 1-800-621-7827.


Continuing Medical Education
  Physicians at the University of Chicago are excited about sharing the latest clinical and research findings with you through
  Continuing Medical Education. You will hear about the most recent clinical advances happening here and in other leading centers
  around the world. Our Continuing Medical Education conferences highlight innovative procedures and technologies, examine
  current controversies in treatment, and update you on the latest advances in the understanding and treatment of disease. For
  more information, please contact:

  Center for Continuing Medical Education
  East 61st Street, Room 101
  Chicago, IL 60637
  Phone: 773-702-1056
  Fax: 773-702-1736
  E-mail: cme@bsd.uchicago.edu
  Web site: http://cme.uchicago.edu


Clinical Trials
  The University of Chicago Department of Surgery provides patients with access to the latest clinical trials and treatment. Currently,
  the University of Chicago has over 700 clinical trials recruiting patients.

  Web site: http://surgery.uchicago.edu/patients/clinicaltrials/

Contact Us
  If you have any questions, please contact the Section of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery:

  Sheila Mir
  Operations Manager
  Phone: 773-702-0996
  Fax: 773-702-1634
  E-mail: smir@surgery.bsd.uchicago.edu



The University of Chicago Department of Surgery
http://surgery.uchicago.edu                                                                                                            1
Breast Reconstruction Surgery

At the University of Chicago, we are proud to offer women advanced, cutting-edge reconstructive options that are at the
forefront of medicine. Patients may choose from several different options for breast reconstruction: from using your own
tissues to using implants or a combination of your own tissues and implants. Because we provide the full spectrum of
reconstructive options we recommend an individualized plan for reconstruction that is based on your priorities, needs,
and physique.

We offer a multidisciplinary approach to optimizing the treatment of breast cancer and breast reconstruction. We are
committed to coordinating the care between the different departments that constitute our team. These may include:
plastic and reconstructive surgeons, surgical oncologists, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, radiologists, physical
therapists and social workers.



                     David H. Song, MD, MBA
                     E-mail: songd@uchicago.edu
                     Phone: (773) 702-6302

                     Clinical Interests:    Plastic and reconstructive surgery, Reconstructive microsurgery, Cosmetic surgery,
                                            Aesthetic surgery, Breast surgery, Deep inferior epigastric perforator flap (DIEP),
                                            Superior gluteal artery perforator flap (SGAP), Superficial inferior epigastric artery flap
                                            (SIEA), Thoracodorsal artery perforator flap (TAP)

                     Languages:             English, Korean
                     Board Certification:   Plastic Surgery
                     Medical School:        University of California, Los Angeles
                     Residency:             University of Chicago Medical Center
                     Fellowship:            University of Chicago Medical Center




                     Julie E. Park, MD
                     E-mail: jpark@surgery.bsd.uchicago.edu
                     Phone: (773) 702-6302
                     Clinical Interests:    Plastic and reconstructive surgery, Reconstructive microsurgery, Cosmetic surgery,
                                            Aesthetic surgery, Breast surgery, Deep inferior epigastric perforator flap (DIEP),
                                            Superior gluteal artery perforator flap (SGAP), Superficial inferior epigastric artery flap
                                            (SIEA), Thoracodorsal artery perforator flap (TAP)

                     Languages:             English
                     Board Certification:   Plastic Surgery
                     Medical School:        Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
                     Residency:             Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
                     Fellowship:            Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
                                            Breast, Microsurgery and Aesthetic Surgery, Mercy Medical Center, Chicago, IL




The University of Chicago Department of Surgery
http://surgery.uchicago.edu                                                                                                               2
Burn and Complex Wound Care

The Section of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery performs state-of-the-art reconstructive microsurgery for a wide range
of difficult or complex wounds, including those stemming from head and neck cancer. We also provide treatment for
patients who have sustained burn injuries from heat, electricity, chemicals, radiation, gases and thermal exposure.

Our surgeons work collaboratively with other health care professionals to provide comprehensive care for both adult
and pediatric patients. These multidisciplinary teams may include: endocrinologists, medical oncologists, head and neck
surgeons, pathologists, radiologists and radiation oncologists.




                     Lawrence J. Gottlieb, MD
                     E-mail: lgottlie@surgery.bsd.uchicago.edu
                     Phone: (773) 702-6302

                     Clinical Interests:    Plastic and reconstructive surgery, Reconstructive microsurgery, Head and neck
                                            reconstruction, Burn care, Burn reconstruction, Facial reconstruction following Mohs
                                            reconstruction, Abdominal / chest wall reconstruction Genitourinary reconstruction,
                                            Skin cancer, Treatment of melanoma

                     Languages:             English
                     Board Certification:   Plastic Surgery
                     Medical School:        Penn State University
                     Residency:             Yale University
                                            University of Southern California




The University of Chicago Department of Surgery
http://surgery.uchicago.edu                                                                                                        3
Craniofacial Surgery

Craniofacial and maxillofacial surgery encompasses surgery of the face, jaw, palate and skull. Craniofacial surgery can
help a wide variety of congenital disorders and other problems by reconstructing the missing or damaged skeleton,
correcting deformities of the skull, closing the palate and rebuilding facial features. The goal of craniofacial surgery is to
improve appearance while also ensuring good function of the face, jaw, and skull.

Our craniofacial & maxillofacial team is comprised of experts from several pediatric specialties, including plastic and
reconstructive surgeons, neurosurgeons, otolaryngologists, ophthalmologists, dentists, geneticists, speech and language
therapists, mental health experts, and radiologists. A new addition to the focused care we provide, The Craniofacial
Anomalies Multidisciplinary Program (C.A.M.P.) at the University of Chicago provides a thorough and consolidated team
approach for the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of children with craniosynostosis. This team, comprised of
neurosurgeons, geneticists, plastic surgeons and radiologists, meets bi-monthly to evaluate patients with, and discuss
treatment of complex craniofacial diagnoses. Some of the conditions our pediatric craniofacial & maxillofacial surgery
team treats include:cleft lip & cleft palate, craniosynostosis, hemifacial microsomia, deformational or positional
plagiocephaly and facial paralysis.



                     Russell R. Reid, MD, PhD
                     E-mail: rreid@surgery.bsd.uchicago.edu
                     Phone: (773) 702-6302

                     Clinical Interests:    Pediatric plastic & reconstructive surgery, Craniofacial surgery, Maxillofacial surgery,
                                            Cleft lip and palate, Facial reanimation, Ear reconstruction, Craniofacial distraction

                     Languages:             English
                     Board Certification:   Plastic Surgery
                     Medical School:        Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
                     Residency:             Northwestern University McGaw Medical Center, Chicago, IL
                     Fellowship:            Craniofacial Surgery, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia




The University of Chicago Department of Surgery
http://surgery.uchicago.edu                                                                                                            4
Cancer & Trauma Reconstruction/Laser Rejuvenation

The University of Chicago Section of Plastic Surgery offers the most advanced reconstructive surgery of defects resulting
from tissue injury using innovative bioengineering approaches to tissue replacement, regeneration and scar control.
Cutting-edge bioengineering approaches are also utilized for body contouring needs such as abdomenoplasty and thigh
lift.

This expertise is particularly valuable to patients with peripheral nerve injuries, injuries or defects of the veins,
neurofibromatosis, post-surgical abdominal wall defects, gynecological defects of the vulvovaginal complex, and those in
need of cosmetic facial rejuvenation. In each of these areas, state-of-the-art bioengineering and biophysical technology is
applied to achieve optimum results. For patients with trauma or cancer, we offer the most advanced research methods
for treating large scars and scars resulting from trauma or surgery.



                     Raphael C. Lee, MD, ScD, DSc (Hon)
                     E-mail: rlee@surgery.bsd.uchicago.edu
                     Phone: (773) 702-6302

                     Clinical Interests:   Repair of nerve injuries, Treatment of neurofibromatosis, Gynecologic Reconstructive
                                           surgery, Reconstruction after skin cancer treatment, Repair of varicose veins, Abdominal
                                           wall reconstruction, Burn reconstruction, Cosmetic surgery, Laser surgery, Skin cancers,
                                           Treatment of keloid scars, Electrical injury

                     Languages:           English, French
                     Board Certification: Plastic Surgery, General Surgery
                     Medical & Graduate
                     School:              Temple University, Philadelphia
                                          Drexel University
                                          Harvard-MIT Health Science and Technology
                     Internship:          University of Chicago Medical Center
                     Residency:           Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School




The University of Chicago Department of Surgery
http://surgery.uchicago.edu                                                                                                       5
Hand Surgery & Rhinoplasty/Nasal Reconstruction

The University of Chicago Plastic Surgery specializes in both hand surgery as well as rhinoplasty and nasal reconstruc-
tion. Hand surgery encompasses numerous conditions that result in hand impairments often from birth defects, trauma,
tumor or blood vessel disease. The hand service at the University of Chicago is a multidisciplinary team that cares for
patients with any and hand/upper extremity disorders. Our hand surgeons are plastic and orthopaedic faculty who have
received specialized training in hand surgery. These surgeons hold Certificates of Added Qualifications in Hand Surgery
and are certified by the American Boards of Plastic Surgery or Orthopaedic Surgery.

Our Hand Service specializes in complex and difficult hand/upper extremity issues. The team has specially trained hand
therapists to assist in rehabilitation therapy, splint fabrication and functional rejuvenation of hand surgery patients. Some
of the unique surgical services provided at the University of Chicago hand service include: microsurgical toe-to-hand
transfer, joint replacement surgery, digital sympathectomy, endoscopic wrist surgery, microsurgical nerve reconstruction
and surgery of congenital hand deformities.

The University of Chicago hand service has developed an innovative Cold Hand Clinic. The Cold Hand clinic provides a
comprehensive complement of surgical and non-surgical therapy for all vascular disorders of the hand and upper extrem-
ity that lead to pain, ulceration, feeling cold and loss of sensitivity. These problems results from decrease blood flow to
the hands and can be caused by many different diseases including Raynaud’s, scleroderma, lupus and frostbite. The Cold
Hand clinic provides advanced and pioneering interventions to improve and enhance hand health and lifestyle of
patients with vascular disorders of the upper extremity.

The University of Chicago plastic surgery service specializes in disorders of the nose. Our dedication is to provide an
exceptional aesthetic result to both cosmetic and reconstructive nasal surgery. All patients who desire a better form of
their nose are welcomed. Issues treated are deformities caused by previous trauma, surgery, skin disorders or cancer.
We specialize in reconstruction of defects of the nose created by Moh’s procedure and are always available for referrals
from all other surgeons (e.g. – dermatologists, surgical oncologists and otolaryngologists) for any nasal reconstructive
needs. The techniques pioneered in complex nasal reconstruction provide comprehensive expertise in nasal surgery that
richly benefits our cosmetic nasal surgery patients as well.




                     Ginard I. Henry, MD
                     E-mail: ghenry@surgery.bsd.uchicago.edu
                     Phone: (773) 702-6302

                     Clinical Interests:    Plastic and reconstructive surgery, Pediatric plastic and reconstructive surgery, Hand and
                                            Upper Extremity Surgery, Cold Hand Syndrome, Nasal reconstruction, Rhinoplasty,
                                            Congenital hand reconstruction, Cosmetic hand surgery, Lower extremity reconstruction,
                                            Facial reanimation, Skin rejuvenation, Keloids and hypertrophic scars

                     Languages:             English
                     Board Certification:   Plastic Surgery
                     Medical School:        University of California, San Francisco
                     Internship:            University of California, Irvine
                     Residency:             University of Southern California, Los Angeles
                     Fellowship:            University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio




The University of Chicago Department of Surgery
http://surgery.uchicago.edu                                                                                                         6
Reconstructive/Body Contouring

The University of Chicago specializes in body contouring and breast augmentation after massive weight loss (lifts and
liposuction), breast reconstruction after breast cancer, breast reduction, liposuction to properly shape the abdomen,
buttocks, hips, arms, thighs and breasts after weight loss. Plastic surgeons help the patient obtain the final body contour
they desire.




                     Lawrence S. Zachary, MD
                     E-mail: lzachary@surgery.bsd.uchicago.edu
                     Phone: (773) 564-6120

                     Clinical Interests:    Plastic and reconstructive surgery, Body contour after weight loss, Microsurgery,
                                            Raynaud’s phenomenon, Hand surgery, Cosmetic surgery, Reconstructive surgery

                     Languages:             English, Italian
                     Board Certification:   Plastic Surgery, General Surgery, Surgery Of The Hand
                     Medical School:        Chicago Medical School
                     Residency:             University of Chicago Medical Center
                                            Wayne State University
                                            Raymond Curtis Hand Center
                     Fellowship:            Raymond Curtis Hand Center




The University of Chicago Department of Surgery
http://surgery.uchicago.edu                                                                                                     7
Index
Faculty

  Lawrence J. Gottlieb, MD................................................................................................................................. 3

  Ginary I. Henry, MD......................................................................................................................................... 6
  Raphael C. Lee, MD, ScD, DSc (hon)................................................................................................................. 5

  Julie E. Park, MD.............................................................................................................................................. 2

  Russell R. Reid, MD, PhD.................................................................................................................................. 4

  David H. Song, MD, MBA................................................................................................................................. 2

  Lawrence S. Zachary, MD................................................................................................................................. 7




The University of Chicago Department of Surgery
http://surgery.uchicago.edu                                                                                                                                       8

								
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