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					           The Department of Surgery
      at the University of Pennsylvania

                                  Presents
                   A CME-Certified Course




    Penn Plastic Surgery
     Alumni Symposium
and Whitaker Lectureship
Friday-Saturday, May 19-20, 2006
                      The Inn at Penn
             Philadelphia, Pennsylvania




       sponsored by:




Continuing Medical Education
Although I have only been here for just over a year, I have come to further realize                  Microsurgical Reconstruction of Obstructive Lymphadema: Revisited
how very special the University of Pennsylvania's Plastic Surgery Program is over                       Richard W. Dabb, MD, FACS
                                    most other programs. At Penn, there is a strong
                                    sense of collegiality, a tradition of excellence in              Total Nasal Reconstruction Utilizing Distraction Osteogenesis
                                    education and clinical care, and a very loyal and                    Christopher P. Godek, MD, FACS
                                    supportive alumni. The Penn alumni are strongly
                                    represented throughout national Plastic Surgery                  Free Tram vs. DIEP vs. SIEA, Patient Selection and Indications
                                    in leadership of other academic Plastic Surgery                      Joseph M. Serletti, MD, FACS
                                    Programs, within our national societies, and
                                    through countless presentations at our national                  Don't Always Believe What the Professor Says
                                    meetings. I am unaware of any other program
                                                                                                        Wendell B. Whitacre, MD
                                    whose alumni faithfully gather each year in such
                                    large numbers for the alumni dinner during the
                                                                                           3:00 PM   Break
                                    annual ASPS meeting. Your response to come
                                    back to your alma mater to inaugurate the
                                    Whitaker Lectureship and participate in our sci-       3:30 PM   Whitaker Lectureship
    Linton A. Whitaker, MD          entific program has been overwhelming. Your                         Moderator: Scott P. Bartlett, MD
support of our program and your accomplishments and contributions to Plastic
Surgery continue to secure us as one of the finest programs worldwide.                               Fifty Years of Rhinoplasty
                                                                                                          Fernando Ortiz Monasterio, MD
We gather this weekend to honor the person who has been the leader of Penn Plastic
Surgery for 17 years, Dr. Linton A. Whitaker. During his tenure, Dr. Whitaker was                    Multiple Facelifts: Evolution of Techniques
responsible for developing a comprehensive faculty with expertise in all areas of                       Daniel Marchac, MD
Plastic Surgery, augmenting the quality and educational reputation of the residency
program, and initiating one of the first Craniofacial fellowships. Dr. Whitaker has                  Cleft Lip and Palate, Treatment from Infancy
been a pioneer within both Craniofacial Surgery and Aesthetic Surgery. In addition                   to Adulthood - 36 Years Experience
to the Craniofacial program, Dr. Whitaker founded the Edwin and Fannie Gray Hall                         Kenneth E. Salyer, MD, FAAP, FACS
Center for Human Appearance, and continues to serve as its Director. The interna-
tionally recognized center is founded on a unique principle of interdisciplinary care of   5:30 PM   Program Evaluation and Conclusion
appearance related conditions.
                                                                                           5:45 PM   Adjournment
Dr. Whitaker has profoundly touched each and everyone of us both personally and
professionally. As a small way of recognizing his enormous
                                                                                           7:00 PM   Dinner - The Philadelphia Club
contributions to us and to Penn Plastic Surgery, we are inau-
gurating the Whitaker lectureship this weekend. The
Whitaker lectureship will continue as an annual springtime
event, inviting a very special visiting lecturer. The first
Whitaker lecturers are Dr. Whitaker's closest colleagues and
fellow pioneers in Craniofacial Surgery, Drs. Marchac, Ortiz-
Monasterio, and Salyer. We welcome you all back to Penn
for what will be a wonderful weekend together. Thank you
all for coming.                                               Joseph M. Serletti, MD
           Hypnosis in Surgery
              Lawrence P. Kerr, MD
                                                                                                        Course Overview
                                                                             This symposium and lectureship has been designed to update plastic surgeons
           Orbicularis Hitch                                                 and fellows on the newest techniques, products and advancements in the specialty
              Steven Cohen, MD                                               of plastic surgery. This will be accomplished through a combination of three
                                                                             keynote lectures and a series of overview talks based on original works covering
           Suture Suspension Malarplasty:
                                                                             pertinent fields of interest in aesthetic and reconstructive surgery. Time for ques-
           A Simplified Approach to Mid Face Lifts
               R. Barrett Noone, MD                                          tions and answers will be provided to encourage audience participation and facul-
                                                                             ty interaction.
10:15 AM   Break
                                                                             Educational Objectives
10:30 AM Craniofacial and Cleft Surgery                                      At the conclusion of this activity, participants should be better able to:
         Moderator: Scott P. Bartlett, MD
                                                                             1. Describe advancements in the field of plastic surgery, specifically pertaining
                                                                                to the topics of trunk, extremity, hand, craniomaxillofacial, and cosmetic
           Fibrous Dysplasia - The New Biology, Implications for Treatment      surgery.
               Robert J. Havlik, MD
                                                                             2. Provide a historical perspective on the specialty of plastic surgery.
           A Cleft Surgeon's Approach to Vascular Anomalies of the Lip
           and Nose                                                          3. Explain the role of state-of-the-art non-invasive cosmetic procedures such
                                                                                as facial injectables and resurfacing.
               David W. Low, MD
                                                                             4. Provide an overview of the evolution of the field of craniofacial plastic
           Progress in Palatoplasty: A Farewell to Fistula                      surgery.
              Joseph E. Losee, MD, FAAP, FACS
                                                                             Accreditation
           A Decade of Syndromic and Non Syndromic Craniosynostosis:         The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine is accredited by the
           Surgical, Psychosocial and Educational Outcomes
                                                                             Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide
               Craig A. Vander Kolk, MD
                                                                             continuing medical education for physicians.
           Mechanobiology and Bone
              Jack C. Yu, MD                                                 Designation of Credit
                                                                             The University of Pennsylvania designates this educational activity for a maxi-
12:00 PM   Lunch                                                             mum of 11.5 AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)TM. Physicians should only claim
                                                                             credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
1:00 PM    Flaps, Hand, Extremity, Breast, Head and Neck
           Moderator: David W. Low, MD                                       Hosting Institution
                                                                             Penn Plastic Surgery Alumni Symposium and Whitaker Lectureship is host-
           The Three Stage Forehead Flap                                     ed by the Department of Surgery, Division of Plastic Surgery, University of
              Scott P. Bartlett, MD                                          Pennsylvania.

           Pollicization
                Benjamin Chang, MD
 Disclosure of Relevant Financial Relationships                                        3:30 PM   Break

It is policy at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine for individuals      4:00 PM   Penn Resident Session II
who are in a position to control the content of an educational activity to disclose              Moderators: Joseph M. Serletti, MD, FACS and
to the learners all relevant financial relationships that they have with any commer-                         Don D. LaRossa, MD
cial interest that provides products or services that may be relevant to the content
of this continuing medical education activity. For this purpose we consider rela-                Fibula Free Flap Reconstruction of the Ilium
tionships of the person involved in the CME activity to include financial relation-              in Children after Resection of the Hemipelvis
ships of a spouse or partner.                                                                        Darrin M. Hubert, MD
This intent of this policy is not to prevent expert faculty with relevant relation-
                                                                                                 Alloderm and It's Uses in Breast Reconstruction
ship(s) with commercial interest(s) from involvement in CME, but rather to
                                                                                                     Samuel Roy, MD
ensure that Penn CME-certified activities promote quality and safety, are effective
in improving medical practice, are based on valid content, and are independent of
                                                                                                 Changing Epidemiological Spectrum of
control from commercial interests and free of commercial bias. Peer review of
                                                                                                 the Single Suture Craniosynostosis
all content was conducted for all faculty presentations whose disclosure informa-
                                                                                                     Russell Reid, MD
tion provided to the Penn Office of CME was found to contain relationships that
created a conflict of interest relative to the topic of their presentation. In addi-
                                                                                                 True Lambdoid Synostosis
tion, all faculty were instructed to provide a balanced, scientifically rigorous and
                                                                                                     James M. Smartt, Jr, MD
evidence-based presentations.
The staff in the Office of CME at the University of Pennsylvania School of             5:30 PM   Adjournment
Medicine and the peer reviewer have reported no relevant financial relationships
with any commercial interests related to the contact of this educational activity.     6:00 PM   Cocktail Reception - 10 Penn Tower

The following faculty have disclosed that they have no financial relationships with
any commercial interests related to the content of this educational activity:          Saturday, May 20, 2006
Scott P. Bartlett, MD                      Daniel Marchac, MD                          8:00 AM   Continental Breakfast
Craig B. Birgfeld, MD                      R. Barrett Noone, MD
Louis P. Bucky, MD                         Fernando Ortiz Monasterio, MD               8:15 AM   Cosmetic Surgery
Benjamin Chang, MD                         Russell Reid, MD                                      Moderator: Louis P. Bucky, MD
Steven Cohen, MD                           Harvey M. Rosen, MD
Richard W. Dabb, MD, FACS                  Samuel Roy, MD                                        The Role of the NPY-2 Receptor in Lipo Remodeling
John E. Gatti, MD                          Rachel A. Ruotolo, MD                                    Stephen B. Baker, MD
Christopher P. Godek, MD, FACS             Jesse C. Selber, MD, MPH
Robert J. Havlik, MD                       Joseph M. Serletti, MD, FACS                          Eyelid Phenol Peel - An Important Adjunct to Blepharoplasty
                                                                                                     John E. Gatti, MD
Darrin M. Hubert, MD                       Alison E. Slemp, MD
Oksana Jackson, MD                         James M. Smartt, Jr, MD
                                                                                                 Correction of the Lower Lid - Cheek Interface
Suhail K. Kanchwala, MD                    Craig A. Vander Kolk, MD
                                                                                                    Harvey M. Rosen, MD
Lawrence P. Kerr, MD                       Wendell B. Whitacre, MD
Don D. LaRossa, MD                         Michael J.Yaremchuk, MD                               Reversing Browlifts
David W. Low, MD                           Jack C. Yu, MD                                           Michael J. Yaremchuk, MD
Craig A. Vander Kolk, MD                 Michael J. Yaremchuk, MD             The following faculty have the listed relevant financial relationships with commer-
Associate Professor of Plastic Surgery   Professor of Surgery                 cial interests related to the content of this educational activity:
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics        Harvard Medical School
The Johns Hopkins University             Director, Craniofacial Surgery       Faculty Name                                 Name of Commercial Interest              Relationship
Baltimore, Maryland                      Massachusetts General Hospital       Stephen B. Baker, MD                         Phoenix Ventures                         Inventor
                                         Boston, Massachusetts                Joseph E. Losee, MD, FAAP, FACS              Life Cell                                Research Support
                                                                              Kenneth E. Salyer, MD, FAAP, FACS            Medicis                                  Consultant
Wendell B. Whitacre, MD
Tucson, Arizona                          Jack C. Yu, MD
                                                                              Relevant Financial Relationships: Relevant financial relationships are those relationships in which
                                         Chief, Division of Plastic Surgery   the individual benefits by receiving a salary, royalty, intellectual property rights, consulting fee, hono-
                                         Medical College of Georgia           raria, ownership interests (e.g. stocks, stock options, or other ownership interest, excluding diversi-
                                         Augusta, Georgia                     fied mutual funds), or other financial benefit. Financial benefits are usually associated with roles
                                                                              such as employment, management positions, independent contractor (including contracted
                                                                              research), consulting, speaking, teaching, membership on advisory committees or review panels,
                        Program Agenda                                        board membership, and other activities from which remuneration is received or expected.


Friday, May 19, 2006                                                                           Investigational and/or Off-Label Use of
12:30 PM    Registration
                                                                                                 Commercial Products and Devices
                                                                              The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine requires all faculty to disclose
1:15 PM     Opening Comments - Joseph M. Serletti, MD, FACS                   any planned discussion of an investigational and/or off-label use of a pharma-
                                                                              ceutical product or device within their presentations. Participants should note
1:30 PM     Penn Resident Session I
                                                                              that the use of products outside and FDA-approved labeling should be consid-
            Moderators: Joseph M. Serletti, MD, FACS and
                        Don D. LaRossa, MD                                    ered experimental and are advised to consult current prescribing information for
                                                                              approved indications.
            Mid Face Growth and Voice Disturbances in Patients with the       The following faculty reported specific mentions of off-label and/or investiga-
            EEC Syndrome                                                      tional use of products within their presentations.
               Craig B. Birgfeld, MD
                                                                                                                                                        Investigational and/or
            Lip Adhesion and Nasal Conformers: Staging Cleft Lip Repair       Faculty                                            Product                Off-Label Use
            to Optimize Outcomes                                              Joseph E. Losee, MD, FAAP, FACS                    AlloDerm               Use in cleft palate
                Rachel A. Ruotolo, MD                                         Kenneth E. Salyer, MD, FAAP, FACS                  rh-BMPs                Use in filling cranial defects

            Long Term Outcomes Following Craniosynostosis Repair
               Jesse C. Selber, MD, MPH

            Modifications of Breast Reconstruction in the Thin Patient
               Alison E. Slemp, MD

            The CHOP Modification of the Furlow Double Opposing Z
            Palatoplasty: Long Term Outcomes
                Oksana Jackson, MD

            Bilateral Free Flap Breast Reconstruction:
            A New Paradigm in the Treatment of Breast Cancer
                 Suhail K. Kanchwala, MD
                                                                                 Samuel Roy, MD                       Alison E. Slemp, MD
The Course Director and Course Faculty                                           Breast/Aesthetic Fellow
                                                                                 Hospital of the
                                                                                                                      Plastic Surgical Resident
                                                                                                                      Hospital of the
 are all from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania                                         University of Pennsylvania           University of Pennsylvania

                                                                                 Rachel A. Ruotolo, MD                James M. Smartt, Jr, MD
                               Course Director                                   Chief, Plastic Surgical Resident     Surgical Resident
                                                                                 Hospital of the                      Hospital of the
                         Joseph M. Serletti, MD, FACS                            University of Pennsylvania           University of Pennsylvania
                                Professor of Surgery
                       Chief, Division of the Plastic Surgery                    Jesse C. Selber, MD, MPH
                     Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania                  Plastic Surgical Resident
                                                                                 Hospital of the
                                   Course Faculty                                University of Pennsylvania

Scott P. Bartlett, MD                      Suhail K. Kanchwala, MD
Professor of Surgery                       Surgical Resident                                              Visiting Course Faculty
Hospital of the                            Hospital of the                       Stephen B. Baker, MD                 Lawrence P. Kerr, MD
University of Pennsylvania                 University of Pennsylvania            Assistant Professor of Surgery       UMA/Health Science Center
Director, Craniofacial Program                                                   Georgetown University Hospital       Binghamton, New York
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia        Don D. LaRossa, MD                    Washington, District of Columbia
                                           Professor of Surgery                                                       Joseph E. Losee, MD, FAAP, FACS
Craig B. Birgfeld, MD                      Hospital of the                       Steven Cohen, MD                     Assistant Professor of
Chief, Plastic Surgical Resident           University of Pennsylvania            Faces Plus                           Surgery and Pediatrics,
Hospital of the                            Chief, Pediatric Plastic Surgery      San Diego, California                Chief, Division of
University of Pennsylvania                 Children's Hospital of Philadelphia                                        Pediatric Plastic Surgery
                                                                                 Richard W. Dabb, MD, FACS            Director, Pittsburgh
Louis P. Bucky, MD                         David W. Low, MD                      The Center for Aesthetic &           Cleft-Craniofacial Center
Associate Professor of Surgery             Associate Professor of Surgery        Reconstructive Surgery of York, PC   Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh
Hospital of the                            Hospital of the                       York, Pennsylvania                   Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
University of Pennsylvania                 University of Pennsylvania
                                                                                 John E. Gatti, MD                    Daniel Marchac, MD
Benjamin Chang, MD                         R. Barrett Noone, MD                  Assistant Clinical Professor         Craniofacial Group
Associate Professor                        Clinical Professor of Surgery         of Surgery -UMDNJ                    Paris, France
of Clinical Surgery                        Hospital of the                       John E. Gatti Plastic and
Hospital of the                            University of Pennsylvania            Reconstructive Surgery               Fernando Ortiz Monasterio, MD
University of Pennsylvania                                                       Cherry Hill, New Jersey              Hospital "Manuel Gea Gonzalez"
                                           Russell Reid, MD
                                                                                                                      Mexico City, Mexico
Darrin M. Hubert, MD                       Craniofacial Fellow
                                                                                 Christopher P. Godek, MD, FACS
Plastic Surgical Resident                  Hospital of the
                                                                                 The Personal Enhancement Center      Kenneth E. Salyer, MD, FAAP, FACS
Hospital of the                            University of Pennsylvania
                                                                                 Toms River, New Jersey               Founding Chairman and Director,
University of Pennsylvania
                                           Harvey M. Rosen, MD                                                        Advanced Surgical Institutes
Oksana Jackson, MD                         Professor of Surgery                  Robert J. Havlik, MD                 International Craniofacial Institute and
Plastic Surgical Resident                  Chief, Plastic and                    Professor of Surgery                 Cleft Lip and Palate Treatment Center
Hospital of the                            Reconstructive Surgery                Indiana University                   Dallas, Texas
University of Pennsylvania                 Pennsylvania Hospital                 Indianapolis, Indiana

				
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