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					American Association
 of Plastic Surgeons
 87TH ANNUAL MEETING
          &
AESTHETIC SYMPOSIUM
                            April 5-8, 2008
          The Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel /
                   Back Bay Events Center
                    Boston, Massachusetts




  Preliminary Program
                 American Association of Plastic Surgeons 87th Annual Meeting


                                We are extremely
                                                               OFFICERS
                           excited to be coming to
                           Boston for the 2008 Annual              President:          Susan E. Mackinnon, MD, St. Louis, MO
                           Meeting. Famous for                     Vice President:     Bahman Guyuron, MD, Lyndhurst, OH
                        everything from the Red Sox                President-Elect:             .
                                                                                       Raymond F Morgan, MD, Charlottesville, VA
                     and Paul Revere to “Cheers”                   Secretary:          David L. Larson, MD, Milwaukee, WI
                   and the Big Dig, Boston will                    Treasurer:          Lawrence L. Ketch, MD, Denver, CO
provide a historical backdrop for our meeting and                  Past President:     James W. May, Jr., MD, Boston, MA
we will be surrounded by history and current                       Historian:          Stephan Ariyan, MD, New Haven, CT
culture. The city truly offers something for every-
one—the Freedom Trail, Boston Common and the                   BOARD MEMBERS
Public Garden, the Charles River and Esplanade, the
gold-domed State House, Faneuil Hall, “Old
                                                                   Michael L. Bentz, MD, Madison, WI
Ironsides”, Fenway Park, world-class museums, and
                                                                   Dale C. Birdsell, MD, Calgary, Canada
great local neighborhoods like the North End, Beacon
                                                                   William M. Kuzon, Jr., MD, Ann Arbor, MI
Hill, and the Back Bay - all in close proximity to our
headquarters hotel, the Fairmont Copley Plaza.                     A. Michael Sadove, MD, Indianapolis, IN
     Dr. Bahman Guyuron will once again host the                   W. Thomas Lawrence, MD, Kansas City, KS
popular 1½-day aesthetic symposium, “In Depth
with the Masters,” preceding the Association
meeting on April 5-6. Under his leadership, this               ACCREDITATION STATEMENT
                                                               ACCREDITA     STA
symposium has become a valuable addition to the                                           This activity has been planned and
AAPS program. I encourage you to take a look at the                                       implemented in accordance with the
program and plan to arrive in time to take advantage                                      Essentials and Standards of the Ac-
of this beneficial educational opportunity.                                               creditation Council for Continuing
     The Annual Meeting will open on Monday, April                                        Medical Education through the joint
7 when we welcome our new members, present our
                                                                                          sponsorship of the American Society
awards and scholarships, and kick off the scientific
                                                                                          of Plastic Surgeons and the American
portion of the program. Thanks to Dr. William
                                                                                          Association of Plastic Surgeons. The
Kuzon and the Scientific Program Committee for
developing an outstanding educational program                  American Society of Plastic Surgeons is accredited by the ACCME
designed to facilitate the exchange of information             to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
and to encourage discussion.
     Based on the success of last year’s Women                 PURPOSE AND CONTENT
Surgeons Luncheon in Coeur d’Alene, I am pleased to            The overall educational objective for the Annual Meeting of the
                         be hosting this event in              American Association of Plastic Surgeons is to disseminate cur-
                         Boston. The Luncheon will be          rent and advanced knowledge in the field of plastic and recon-
                         held Monday, April 7 at 11:40         structive surgery among professionals who are involved in this
                         a.m. in the St. James Room of         specialty. This knowledge will be conveyed through structured
                         the Fairmont.                         scientific presentations and discussions of papers that contain
                             Dr. Sumner Slavin, Chair
                                                               original information and/or long-term follow up of sound basic
                         of the Local Arrangements
                                                               principles in plastic and reconstructive surgery. The panel ses-
                         Committee, has secured
                                                               sion will be “The Future of Plastic Surgery “ chaired by Dr.
                         Fenway Park for our opening
                        reception. This visit to the           William M. Kuzon, Jr. This year’s AACPS panel is titled “Is Plas-
                        country’s oldest ballpark, and         tic Surgery Training Failing Plastic Surgery?” moderated by
                        home of the world champion             Rod J. Rohrich, MD.
                        Boston Red Sox, will be a
                        unique and exciting experi-            Since the meeting is attended by members of the Association
                        ence for all of us.                    and specially invited guests, ample time has been allocated for
     Our program will conclude with the traditional            each academic presentation to allow full discussion by all pro-
Presidential Reception and Dinner Dance on Tuesday             fessionals who wish to contribute to the educational objectives
evening. This will be an elegant event held in the Grand       of our meeting. The overall objective of the educational format
Ballroom of the Fairmont.                                      is to maximize information sharing so that patients may benefit
     Take a look at the complete program included              from the practice of plastic and reconstructive surgery.
here or online at our website: www.aaps1921.org.
Please join us in Boston in April!                                      Please note, the learning objectives will be
                 Sincerely,                                             disseminated prior to the Annual Meeting.
                 Susan E. Mackinnon, MD, President
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                                                  PRELIMINARY SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
SATURDAY, April 5, 2008
  TURDAY
Registration                            6:00    am – 5:00 pm       Back Bay Events Center Esplanade
Speaker Ready Room                      6:00    am – 5:00 pm       Back Bay Events Center Esplanade
Continental Breakfast                   7:00    am – 8:00 am       Back Bay Events Center Freedom
Exhibit Hall                            7:00    am - 10:30 am      Back Bay Events Center Freedom
                                        12:00   pm - 3:00 pm
                                        4:30    pm - 6:30 pm
Aesthetic Symposium                     7:45    am – 5:00 pm       Back Bay Events Center Back Bay Grand
Lunch                                   12:30   pm - 1:30 pm       Back Bay Events Center Freedom
Aesthetic Symposium Reception           5:00    pm – 6:00 pm       Back Bay Events Center Freedom

SUNDAY, April 6, 2008
SUNDAY
Registration (Annual Meeting)      7:00 am – 5:00 pm               Fairmont Copley Plaza Lobby
Registration (Aesthetic Symposium) 7:00 am – 12:30 pm              Back Bay Events Center Esplanade
Speaker Ready Room                 7:00 am – 12:30 pm              Back Bay Events Center Esplanade
Speaker Ready Room                 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm               Fairmont Copley Plaza Balcony
Continental Breakfast              7:00 am – 8:00 am               Back Bay Events Center Freedom
Exhibit Hall                       7:00 am - 8:00 am               Back Bay Events Center Freedom
                                   10:00 am - 10:30 am
Aesthetic Symposium                8:00 am – 12:30 pm              Back Bay Events Center Back Bay Grand
Welcome Reception                  6:30 pm – 9:00 pm               Fenway Park, EMC Club

MONDAY, April 7, 2008
MONDAY
Registration                            7:00 am – 5:00 pm          Fairmont Copley Plaza Lobby
Speaker Ready Room                      7:00 am – 5:00 pm          Fairmont Copley Plaza Balcony
Continental Breakfast                   7:00 am – 8:00 am          Fairmont Copley Plaza Ballroom Foyer
New Member Breakfast                    7:00 am – 8:00 am          Fairmont Copley Plaza Singleton
Exhibit Hall                            7:00 am – 10:00 am         Fairmont Copley Plaza Ballroom Foyer
                                        11:30 am – 3:30 pm
Spouse/Guest Hospitality                8:00 am – 3:00 pm          Fairmont Copley Plaza Copley
Welcome & Introduction                  8:00 am – 9:30 am          Fairmont Copley Plaza Grand Ballroom
Murray Lecturer                         9:50 am – 10:50 am         Fairmont Copley Plaza Grand Ballroom
Presidential Address                    10:50 am – 11:40 am        Fairmont Copley Plaza Grand Ballroom
Lunch                                   11:40 am – 1:00 pm         Fairmont Copley Plaza Ballroom Foyer
Women Surgeons’ Luncheon                11:40 am - 1:00 pm         Fairmont Copley Plaza St. James
AACPS Panel                             1:00 pm – 2:00 pm          Fairmont Copley Plaza Grand Ballroom
Scientific Sessions                     2:00 pm – 5:30 pm          Fairmont Copley Plaza Grand Ballroom
Coffee Break                            3:00 pm – 3:30 pm          Fairmont Copley Plaza Ballroom Foyer
Invited Guest Speaker                   3:30 pm – 4:15 pm          Fairmont Copley Plaza Grand Ballroom
Poster Reception                        5:30 pm - 7:00 pm          Fairmont Copley Plaza Oval

TUESDAY, April 8, 2008
TUESDAY
Registration                            7:00 am – 1:00 pm           Fairmont Copley Plaza Lobby
Speaker Ready Room                      7:00 am – 4:00 pm           Fairmont Copley Plaza Balcony
Continental Breakfast                   7:00 am – 8:00 am           Fairmont Copley Plaza Ballroom Foyer
Past Presidents’ Breakfast              7:00 am – 8:00 am           Fairmont Copley Plaza Singleton
Exhibit Hall                            7:00 am – 1:45 pm           Fairmont Copley Plaza Ballroom Foyer
Scientific Sessions                     8:00 am – 10:00 am          Fairmont Copley Plaza Grand Ballroom
Spouse Hospitality                      8:00 am – 3:00 pm           Fairmont Copley Plaza Copley
Coffee Break                            10:00 am – 10:15 am         Fairmont Copley Plaza Ballroom Foyer
EURAPS Award Paper                      10:15 am – 10:30 am         Fairmont Copley Plaza Grand Ballroom
Hoopes Academic Scholar                 10:30 am – 10:45 am         Fairmont Copley Plaza Grand Ballroom
Scientific Sessions                     10:45 am – 12:15 pm         Fairmont Copley Plaza Grand Ballroom
Lunch                                   12:15 pm – 1:45 pm          Fairmont Copley Plaza Ballroom Foyer
Annual Business Meeting(Members Only)   12:15 pm                    Fairmont Copley Plaza Grand Ballroom
Scientific Sessions                     1:45 pm – 4:00 pm           Fairmont Copley Plaza Grand Ballroom
Coffee Break                            2:45 pm – 3:00 pm           Fairmont Copley Plaza Ballroom Foyer
Panel                                   4:00 pm – 5:15 pm           Fairmont Copley Plaza Grand Ballroom
President’s Cocktail Reception          7:00 pm – 8:00 pm           Fairmont Copley Plaza Venetian
President’s Dinner Dance                8:00 pm – 12:00 am          Fairmont Copley Plaza Grand Ballroom
     (Black Tie Preferred)                (The AAPS reserves the   right to change the program at any time)

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SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 2008
SATURDA
  TURDAY                                                       SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 2008
                                                               SUNDAY

7:00 am           Continental Breakfast                        7:00 am           Continental Breakfast
                  Back Bay Events Center: Freedom                                Back Bay Events Center: Freedom

7:45 am-5:00 pm   SYMPOSIUM: Aesthetic Surgery:                8:00 am-12:30 pm SYMPOSIUM: Aesthetic Surgery:
                     In-Depth With the Masters                                     In-Depth With the Masters
                  Back Bay Events Center: Back Bay Grand                        Back Bay Events Center: Back Bay Grand

7:45 am           Announcements and Introduction               8:00 am           Lipoplasty
                                                                                        Peter Fodor, MD
8:00 am           Aesthetic Contouring of the
                     Craniofacial Skeleton                     9:00 am           Secondary and Ethnic Rhinoplasty
                             Michael Yaremchuk, MD                                     Rod Rohrich, MD

9:00 am           Forehead & Face Rejuvenation                 10:00 am          Coffee Break
                             Tim Marten, MD
10:00 am          Coffee Break                                 10:30 am          Primary Rhinoplasty, the Recent Thoughts
                                                                                        Bahman Guyuron, MD
10:30 am          Periorbital Rejuvenation
                              Glenn Jelks, MD                  11:30am           Post-Bariatric Body Contouring
                                                                                        TBD
11:30 am          Extended SMAS Face &
                     Neck Rejuvenation                         12:30pm           Adjourn
                             James Stuzin, MD
12:30 pm          Lunch Break                                  7:00-9:00 pm      Welcome Reception
                                                                                   Fenway Park: EMC Club
1:30 pm           Volumetric Face & Neck Rejuvenation
                             William Little, MD

2:30 pm           Coffee Break

3:00 pm           Breast Augmentation
                             Dennis Hammond, MD

4:00 pm           Breast Reduction and Mastopexy
                             Elizabeth Hall-Findlay, MD

5:00 pm           Adjourn

5:00-6:30 pm      Reception
                     Back Bay Events Center: Freedom




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MONDAY, APRIL 7, 2008
MONDAY                                                         Scientific Session I: RESEARCH

                                                               2:00 pm
7:00 am    Continental Breakfast
                                                               1.   A Mechanism For Liporemodeling Through Manipulation
                                                                    of the NPY2 Receptor
7:00 am    New Member Breakfast                                     Stephen B. Baker, MD, DDS, Michael Cohen, MD, Ali Al-Attar, MD,
                                                                    PhD, Lydia Kuo, PhD, Michael Johnson, PhD, Zofia Zukowska, MD,
8:00 am    Welcome & Introduction                                   PhD, Georgetown University, Washington, DC
              Susan E. Mackinnon, MD, President                2:15 pm
              Sumner A. Slavin, MD, Chair                      2.   A Dietary Approach for Treating Hemangioendotheliomas
                  Local Arrangements Committee                      Gayle Gordillo, MD, Huiqing Fang, MD, Sashwati Roy, PhD, Chandan
              William M. Kuzon, MD, Chair                           K. Sen, PhD, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
                  Program Committee                            2:30 pm
                                                               3.   A Novel Biomarker for the Detection of Recurrent or Occult Breast
8:15 am    Introduction of New Members                              Cancer in a Previously Reconstructed Breast with Silicone Implants
               David L. Larson, MD, Secretary                       Raj S. Ambay, MD, DDS, Richard B. Halberg, PhD, Joseph Grudzinski, MS,
                                                                    Catherine G. Gard, MS, Matthew Christensen, MDScott B. Reeder, MD,
8:30 am    James Barrett Brown Award Presentation                                                       .
                                                                    PhD, Karol A. Gutowski, MD, Jamey P Weichert, PhD, University of Wis-
              Introduced by: Bahman Guyuron, MD                     consin, Madison, WI
                             Vice President                    2:45 pm
                                                               4.   Simulating Osteotomies with Porous Alloplastic Implants -
8:45 am    Clinician of the Year                                    Rationale, Technique and Long Term Results
               Introduced by: Susan E. Mackinnon, MD                Michael J. Yaremchuk, MD,Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA

9:05 am    Honorary and Distinguished Fellow Awards            3:00 pm            Coffee Break
              Introduced by: James W. May, Jr., MD
                                                               3:30 pm
              Chair, Honors Committee                                       INVITED SPEAKER
9:20 am    Announcement of AAPS Academic Scholar                              Wayne M. Sotile, Ph.D.
              Charles E. Butler, MD                                                   Co-Author of
              Acting Chair, Research and Education Committee                Letting Go of What’s Holding You
                                                                            Back! Maximize Your Happiness in
9:25 am    Presentation of 2007 Leonard R. Rubin –                                Work, Love, and Life
           AAPS Award Paper
           Introduced by: Raymond F. Morgan, MD                Scientific Session II: TRUNK & EXTREMITY
                          President-Elect
                                                               4:15 pm
9:30 am    Coffee Break                                        5.   Development of a Classification System for Congenital Digital
                                                                    Aplasia and Hypoplasia and an Algorithm for Reconstruction
9:50 am    Murray Lecturer                                          using Microsurgical Toe-to-Hand Transfers
              Professor Jeff Lichtman, Cambridge, MA                      .
                                                                    Neil F Jones, MD, Scott L. Hansen, MD, Steven J. Bates, MD, UCLA,
                                                                    Los Angeles, CA
10:50 am   Presidential Address                                4:30 pm
              Susan E. Mackinnon, MD                           6.   Long-Term Outcomes Of Proximal Row Carpectomy - 15 Year
              Introduced by: Joseph G. McCarthy, MD                 Follow-Up Results
                                                                    Steven L. Moran, MD, Mir H. Ali, MD. PhD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
11:40 am   ADJOURN for Lunch                                   4:45 pm
                                                               7.   Barbed Suture Tenorrhaphy: An Ex-Vivo Biomechanical Analysis
1:00 pm    AACPS Panel: Is Plastic Surgery Training                 Pranay M. Parikh, MD1, Steven P. Davison, DDS, MD1, James P.
           Failing Plastic Surgery?                                 Higgins, MD2, 1Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC,
               Moderator: Rod J. Rohrich, MD                        USA, 2Curtis National Hand Center, Baltimore, MD
               Panelists:                                      5:00 pm
               What Our Trainees Didn’t Learn From Us          8.   Seventy-Five Venous Flaps Transplanted to the Hand: As
               But Wish They Had                                    Reliable as Conventional Microvascular Transplants, Possibly Better
                    Steve Kasten, MD                                Darrell Brooks, MD, Rudolf F. Buntic, MD, California Pacific Medi-
               Vital Role of Cosmetic Surgery Training-             cal Center, San Francisco, CA
               Is It Enough                                    5:15 pm
                    C. Lin Puckett, MD                         9.   Refinements in Pollicization: An Experience with 312 Hands
               Regaining Interest/Expertise in                      Amir H. Taghinia, MD1, J. William Littler, MD2, Joseph Upton, MD1,
               Reconstructive Surgery Training-                     1
                                                                      Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA,
               Why It Is Vital For Plastic Surgery                  2
                                                                      Roosevelt Hospital, New York, NY
                    Nicholas B. Vedder, MD
                                                               5:30 pm            ADJOURN
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                                                                  Room
                                          POSTER RECEPTION - Oval Room
                                                      5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
                                                                              P11.Outcomes Study: Recombinant Human Bone Morphogenic
P1. Chin Ptosis: The Unabridged Version                                           Protein-2 (rhBMP-2) Augmentation in 179 Facial Cleft
    Barry M. Zide, DMD, MD, Evan S. Garfein, MD, NYU, New York, NY,               Repairs and 24 Craniofacial Reconstructions
    USA                                                                           Michael H. Carstens, MD, Michael A. Fallucco, MD,Saint Louis Uni-
P2. Examination of Factors Impacting Reimbursement for                            versity Health Sciences Center, Saint Louis, MO, USA
    Abdominoplasty                                                            P12.Reviewing 17 Years of Mandibular Distraction Osteogenesis with
    Michele A. Shermak, MD, Shelly Choo, BS, Jessie Mallalieu, PA-C,               a New Stratified Surgical Complication Reporting System
    Catherine Oldencamp, BA, David Chang, PhD, MPH, MBA, Johns                     Stephen M. Warren, MD, Pradip Shetye, DDS, Roberto Flores, MD,
    Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD, USA                                           Barry H. Grayson, DDS, Joseph G. McCarthy, MD, NewYork Univer-
P3. Treatment of Dynamic and Static Nasal Tip Deficiency                           sity Medical Center, New York, NY, USA
    Kevin Kunkle, MD, Kasra Adham, Mehdi N. Adham, MD, FACS, Uni-             P13.Safety and Efficacy of the On-Q PainBuster®- Post-op Pain
    versity of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, OK, USA                                   Relief System in PediatricSurgery: A Prospective, Randomized,
P4. Intraoperative Use of Bupivacaine for Tumescent Liposuction:                  Double-Blind Study
    The Robert Wood Johnson Experience                                            Patrick Cole, MD, Vincent Boyd, MD, Samuel Stal, MD, Baylor Col-
    Colin Failey, MD, Rahul Vemula, BS, Gregory L. Borah, MD, Henry               lege of Medicine, Houston, TX, USA
    C. Hsia, MD, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New                P14.A ten-year, two-institution review of pediatric dog attacks:
    Brunswick, NJ, USA                                                            Advocating for a nationwide prohibition of dangerous dogs
P5. Prospective Analysis of Long-Term Psychosocial Outcomes in                    William Huettner, MD1, Jugpal S. Arneja, MD, FRCSC1, Kara Pappas,
    Breast Reconstruction: Two-Year Postoperative Results from the                BS1, Arlene A. Rozzelle, MD1, Gurbalbir Singh, MD, FRCSC2 /
    Michigan Breast Reconstruction Outcomes Study                                 1
                                                                                   Children’s Hospital of Michigan/Wayne State University, Detroit,
    Dunya M. Atisha, MD1, Amy K. Alderman, MD, MPH1, Julie Lowery,                MI, USA, 2University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
    PhD2, Latoya E. Kuhn, MPH2, Jenny Davis, MHSA2, Edwin G. Wilkins,         P15.A Review of Costo-Chondral Arthroplasty for TMJ
    MD, MS1 /1University of Michigan, Department of Surgery, Section              Reconstruction
    of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Ann Arbor, MI, USA, 2VA,               Douglas J. Courtemanche, MD, MS, FRCSC, University of British
    HSR&D, Ann Arbor, MI, USA                                                     Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada
P6. The Financial Impact of Breast Reconstruction on an Academic              P16.Assessment of Airway Changes Following Midface Distraction for
    Surgical Practice                                                             Syndromic Craniosynostosis: A Clinical and Cephalometric Study
    Amy K. Alderman, MD, MPH, Amy Storey, MPP, Kevin Chung, MD,                  Roberto L. Flores, MD, Pradip R. Shetye, DDS, Daniel Zietler, MD,
    MS, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA                               Joseph Berstein, MD, Edwin Wang, MD, Stephen M. Warren, MD,
P7. The Efficacy of the Surgical Delay Procedure in Pedicle TRAM                  Barry H. Grayson, DDS, Joseph G. McCarthy, MD, New York Univer-
    Reconstruction                                                               sity, New York, NY, USA
    Dunya M. Atisha, MD1, Amy K. Alderman, MD, MPH1, Tim Janiga,              P17.Outcomes of Primary Palatoplasty and Secondary Pharyngeal
    MD2, Edwin G. Wilkins, MD, MS1 / 1University of Michigan, Depart-            Flap in Non-syndromic Patients with Cleft lip/Palate or Cleft Palate
    ment of Surgery, Section of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery,              Stephen R. Sullivan, MD1, Eileen M. Marrinan, MS, MPH2, Gary F.
    Ann Arbor, MI, USA, 2The University of Toledo Medical Center, De-            Rogers, MD, JD, MPH, MBA1, John B. Mulliken, MD1/ 1Harvard Medi-
    partment of Surgery, Toledo, OH, USA                                          cal School, Boston, MA, USA, 2Upstate Medical University Hospi-
P8. The Missing Link in Nipple Reconstruction is the Areola                       tal, Syracuse, NY,USA
    John B. McCraw, MD1, Shushan Jacob, MD1, Lawrence Colen, MD2,             P18.Patterns and Outcomes of Pediatric Facial Trauma in the United
    Guy T. Jones, MD2, Virginia Huang, MD3, Jacqueline Murray, RN4,               States: A Survey of the National Trauma Data Bank
    Ann Meng, CST4, Anne Cramer, MD5 / 1The University of Mississippi             Scott D. Imahara, MD, Richard A. Hopper, Jin Wang, PhD, MS,
    Medical Center, Jackson, MS, USA, 2Eastern Virginia Medical School,           Frederick P. Rivara, MD, MPH, Matthew B. Klein, University of
    Norfolk, VA, USA, 3Private practice, Vancouver, WA, USA, 4Private             Washington, Seattle, WA, USA
    practice, Norfolk, VA, USA, 5Private Practice, Davenport, IA, USA         P19.Options for Reconstruction in Patients Presenting with
P9.Free Flap Breast Reconstruction in Advanced Age: Is it Safe?                   Moebuis Syndrome
    Jesse C. Selber, MD, MPH, Meredith Bergey, MA, Seema S. Sonnad,               Alex CS Woollard, BM BSc MRCS, Adriaan O. Grobbelaar, FRCS
    PhD, Joseph M. Serletti, MD, University of Pennsylvania, Philadel-            (plast), Douglas H. Harrison, FRCS (plast), The Royal Free Hospi-
    phia, PA, USA                                                                 tal, London, United Kingdom
P10.Nipple-Sparing Mastectomy and Immediate Reconstruction:                   P20.The Impact of Reconstructive Microsurgery in Patients With
    Experience with 54 Consecutive Cases                                          Advanced Oral Cavity Cancers
    Joseph J. Disa, MD, Constance M. Chen, MD, Babak J. Mehrara,                   Matthew M. Hanasono, MD, Michael Friel, MD, Christopher Klem,
    MD, Andrea L. Pusic, MD, Virgilio Sacchini,MD,Colleen McCarthy,               MD, Patrick Hsu, MD, Randal S. Weber, MD, David W. Chang, MD,
    Peter G. Cordeiro, MD, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center,                The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston,
    New York, NY, US                                                               TX, USA
                                                                              P21.Reconstruction of Extensive Head and Neck Defects With
                                                                                   Multiple Simultaneous Free Flaps
                                                                                   Matthew M. Hanasono, MD, Y. Etan Weinstock, MD, Peirong Yu,
                                                                                   MD, The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, Hous-
                                                                                   ton, TX, USA




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P22.Use of Component Separation in Complex Ventral Hernia Repair             P30.In Utero Delivery of Virally Encoded TGF-beta3 Rescues Cleft
    Melissa Poh, MD1, Rebecca Petersen, MD2, Keki Balsara, MD2,                  Palate in the TGF-beta3 Knockout Mouse
    Theodore Pappas, MD2, 1Vanderbilt University Medical Center,                 Ryan M. Spivak, MS1, Masayuki Endo, MD, PhD2, Allison Zajac, BS1,
    Nashville, TN, USA., 2Duke University Medical Center, Chapel Hill,           Philip W. Zoltick, MD2, Gregory E. Lakin, MD1, Alan W. Flake, MD2,
    NC, USA                                                                      Richard E. Kirschner, MD3, Hyun-Duck Nah, DMD, PhD1 , 1University
P23.The Teaching Perspectives of Plastic Surgeons                                of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Craniofacial Biology Lab,
    Douglas J. Courtemanche, MD, MS, FRCSC, Peter A. Lennox, MD,
      ..                                                                         Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA, 2The
    FRCSC, John Collins, PhD, University of British Columbia,                    Children’s Center for Fetal Research, Children’s Hospital              of
    Vancouver, BC, Canada                                                        Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA, 3University of Pennsylvania
P24.Efficacy and Safety of Venous Thromboembolism Prophylaxis in                 School of Medicine, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadel-
    Highest Risk Plastic Surgery Patients                                        phia, PA, USA
    Mitchel Seruya, MD, Steven P. Davison, DDS, MD, Georgetown Uni-          P31.Enhancement of Neural Regeneration of Peripheral Nerve
    versity Hospital, Washington, DC, USA                                        Defects by Donor Derived Bone Marrow Stromal Cells
P25.J.F.S. Esser’s Grand Conception of Structive Surgery: As the                 William M. Duggan, MD, Christopher Grykien, Aleksandra Klimczak,
    Foundation for Modern Flap Surgery                                           PhD, Dileep Nair, MD, Maria Siemionow, MD, PhD, MSc, The Cleve-
    Shushan Jacob, MD1, John B. McCraw, MD1, David Black, MD2, ,1Uni-            land Clinic, Cleveland, OH, USA
    versity of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, MS, USA, 2Univer-        P32.Immunotherapy with Donor Bone Marrow Supports Facial
    sity of Tennessee, Memphis, TN, USA                                          Allograft Survival by Presence of Regulatory CD4+/CD25+ T-Cell
P26.Survey on Current Attitudes Towards Composite Tissue                         Aleksandra Klimczak, PhD, Mehmet B. Unal, MD, Yavuz Demir, MD,
    Allotransplantation in North America                                         Maria Siemionow, MD, PhD, The Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH,
    Emilia A. Ploplys, MD, David W. Mathes, MD, University of Wash-              USA
    ington, Seattle, WA, USA                                                 P33.Hydrogen Sulfide is a Cytoprotectant in a Human Umbilical Vein
P27.Composite Tissue Allotransplantation at 50 Years: Outcome                    Endothelial Cell (HUVEC) Model of Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury
    Analysis and Ethical Lessons                                                 Sunil P. Singh, BA, Daniel C. Rafii, BA, Jason A. Spector, MD, Weill
                                                          .
    Gordon R. Tobin, MD, Suzanne T. Ildstad, MD, Joseph F Buell, MD,             Medical College of Cornell University, New York, NY, USA.
    Martin M. Klapheke, MD, Warren C. Breidenbach, MD, University            P34.Is The Reverse Flow Fasciocutaneous Flaps Appropriate Option
    of Louisville, Louisville, KY, USA                                           For The Reconstruction of Severe Postburn Lower Extremitiy
P28.Functional Imaging of Patients Undergoing Free Tissue Transfer               Contractures?
    Sharon E. Fox, AB, Stephanie A. Caterson, MD, Sumner A. Slavin,              Fatih Uygur, Assistant Professor, Haluk Duman, Associated Professor,
    MD, Adam M. Tobias, MD, Bernard T. Lee, MD, Joseph Upton, III,               Ersin Ülkür, Associated Professor, Bahattin Çeliköz, Professor, Celalettin
    MD, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA, USA                    Sever, Resident, Gülhane Military Medical Academy Haydarpa Training
P29.Vibration-Induced Nerve Injury and Recovery in a Rat Tail Model              Hospital Plastic Surgery and Burn unit, Istanbul, Turkey
    Michael A. Loffredo, MD, Dennis Kao, MD, Ji-Geng Yan, MD, PhD,           P35.Successful Surgical Approach to Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
    Danny A. Riley, PhD, Lin-Ling Zhang, MD, Hani S. Matloub, MD,                A Lee Dellon, MD, PhD, Gedge D. Rosson, MD, Johns Hopkins Uni-
    Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, USA                             versity, Baltimore, MD, USA.
                                                                             P36.The Modified V-Y Dorsal Metacarpal Flap for Repair of
                                                                                 Syndactyly Without Skin Graft: Fifty Consecutive Cases
                                                                                 Vivian M. Hsu, BA, James M. Smartt, Jr., MD, Benjamin Chang, MD,
                                                                                 Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA




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TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 2008
TUESDAY                                                                     Scientific Session IV: HEAD & NECK / OTHER

7:00 am          Continental Breakfast                                      9:00 am
                                                                            14. Free Functional Muscle Transfer For Facial Paralysis -
7:00 am          Past President’s Breakfast                                     500 Cases Later
                                                                                Adriaan O. Grobbelaar, MBChB, MMed(Plast) FRCS(Plast), Douglas
                                                                                H. Harrison, FRCS, Royal Free Hospital, LONDON, United Kingdom
Scientific Session III: AESTHETIC                                           9:15 am
                                                                            15. Long Term Outcomes Of Free Muscle Transfer For Smile
8:00 am                                                                         Reanimation
10. Traditional Lower Blepharoplasty: A 30 Year Review. Is Additional           Julia K. Terzis, MD, PhD1, Fatima Olivares, MD2, 1Eastern Virginia
    Eyelid Support Necessary?                                                   Medical School, Norfolk, VA, USA, 2MRC, Eastern Virginia Medical
    Terry R. Maffi, MD1, Shiliang Chang, MD2, Jack A. Friedland, MD1,           School, Norfolk, VA
    1
      Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Rochester, MN, USA, 2Maricopa        9:30 am
    Medical Center, Phoneix, AZ                                             16. The Marriage of Cover, Lining, and Support: The Three
8:15 am                                                                         Stage Full Thickness Forehead Flap
11. A Placebo Controlled Surgical Trial for the Treatment of Migraine           Frederick J. Menick, MD, St Joseph’s Hospital, Tucson, AZ
    Headaches                                                               9:45 am
    Bahman Guyuron, MD1, Deborah Reed, MD2, Jennifer Kriegler, MD3,         17. Gunshot Wounds to the Face: A Ten Year County Hospital
    Janine Davis, RN1, Saeid Amini, MBA, JD, PhD1, 1Case Western Re-            Experience
    serve University, Cleveland, OH, USA, 2The American Migraine                John Brian Boyd, MD, Clifford Pereira, MD, Brian Dickinson, MD,
    Center, Cleveland, OH, USA, 3Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleve-            Brant Putnam, MD, Harbor-UCLA, Torrance, CA
    land, OH
8:30 am                                                                     10:00 am     Coffee Break
12. Thighplasty after Massive Weight Loss: A Description of
    Technique and an Analysis of Outcomes
    Michele A. Shermak, M.D., Jessie Mallalieu, P.A.-C, David Chang,        10:15 am     Introduction of EURAPS Officers
    Ph.D., MPH, MBA, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD                               Presentation of EURAPS Award Paper
8:45 am                                                                                  “Living a New Face”: Prospective Functional
13. Plastic Surgeons Who Perform Aesthetic Surgery on Spouses or                         Assessment of the First Human Face Allograft
    Other Family Members                                                                 Benoit Lengele, Sylvie Testelin, Stéphanie Dakpe, Cédric
    Sara Slavin, BA1, Sumner A. Slavin, MD2, Robert M. Goldwyn, MD2,                     D’ Hauthuille, Angela Sirigu, Bernard Devauchelle,
    1
      Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA, 2Beth Israel Deaconess                     Brussels, Belgium and Amiens, France
    Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
                                                                            10:30 am     AAPS/Hoopes Academic Scholar Presentation
                                                                                         Neurotrophic Factor-Induced Modulation of
                                                                                         Preferential Motor Reinnervation
                                                                                         Terence M. Myckatyn, MD
                                                                                         Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri




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Scientific Session V: CRANIOFACIAL/PEDS                                        Scientific Session VI: BREAST / OTHER

10:45 am                                                                       1:45 pm
18. Early Surgical Management of Lip Hemangiomas: Fifteen Year                 24. Improving Access To Care: An Operational And Financial
    Experience With 214 Cases                                                      Analysis Of Service-Based Interventions To Optimize
                                              .
    Wai-Yee Li, MD1, Sheryl Lewin, MD2, John F Reinisch, MD2, 1Childrens           Patient Throughput In An Academic Plastic Surgery Practice
    Hospital Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 2Cedars-Sinai Medical              C Scott Hultman, MD, MBA1, Wendell Gilland, PhD2, Jennifer Lord3,
    Center, Los Angeles, CA                                                        Carol Williams, RN3, Mary Lee Baker, RN3, James Pichert, PhD4,
                                                                                   Samuel Weir, MD3, Anthony A. Meyer, MD, PhD3, 1University of North
11:00 am                                                                           Carolina, School of Medicine and Kenan-Flagler Business School,
19. Frontal-Basilar Injury: A Novel Treatment Algorithm Based on                   Chapel Hill, NC, USA, 2University of North Carolina, Kenan-Flagler
    Anatomical Fracture Pattern & Failure of Conventional Techniques               Business School, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, 3University of North Caro-
    Eduardo D. Rodriguez, MD, DDS, Matthew G. Stanwix, MD, Arthur                  lina, School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, 4Vanderbilt Univer-
    J. Nam, MD, MS, Hugo St. Hilaire, MD, DDS, Oliver P Simmons,
                                                            .                      sity School of Medicine, Nashville, TN
    MD, Michael P. Grant, MD, Paul N. Manson, MD, University of Mary-          2:00 pm
    land-R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, Baltimore, MD                     25. Perforator Patterns of the Anterolateral Thigh (ALT) Flap: from
11:15 am                                                                           a Single Surgeon’s Experience of 207 Free Flaps in the US
20. Primary Alveolar Cleft Repair with Alveolar Molding,                           Peirong Yu, MD, MS, University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Cancer
    Gingivoperiosteoplasty and rhBMP-2                                             Center, Houston, TX
    James P. Bradley, M.D., Navanjun Grewal, MD, PhD, Reza Jarrahy,            2:15 pm
    MD, University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA                 26. Patient Satisfaction with Breast Reconstruction: A Comparison
11:30 am                                                                           of Saline and SiliconeImplants
21. Outcomes of the Furlow Palatoplasty for Secondary Management                   Colleen M. McCarthy, MD, S Cano, MD, A Klassen, MD, A M. Scott,
    of Velopharyngeal Incompetence: Which Cases Fare Best?                         MD, A K. Alderman, MD, P A. Lennox, MD, B M. Mehrara, MD, J D.
    Arun K. Gosain, MD1, Yashar Eshraghi, MD1, Dennis Kao, MD2, Seree              Disa, MD, P G. Cordeiro, MD, A P. Pusic, MD, Memorial Sloan-
    Iamphongsai, MD1, 1University Hospitals Case Medical Center, Cleve-            Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY
    land, OH, USA, 2Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI                2:30 pm
11:45 am                                                                       27. How Does Reconstructive Surgery Impact the Timing of Chemo
22. Predictable Patterns of Intracranial and Cervical Spine Injury in              therapy for Breast Cancer? Results from the National
    Craniomaxillofacial Trauma: Analysis of 4,786 Patients                         Comprehensive Cancer Network
    Suhail K. Mithani, MD1, Hugo St-Hilaire, DDS, MD1, Rachel Bluebond-            Amy K. Alderman, MD, MPH1, E. Dale Collins, MD, MS2, Anne Schott,
    Langner, MD1, Benjamin S. Brooke, MD1, Ian M. Smith, MD1, Paul N.              MD 1, Melissa Hughes, MSc 3, Rebecca Ottesen, MS 3, Richard
    Manson, MD1, Eduardo D. Rodriguez, DDS, MD2, 1Johns Hopkins                    Theriault, DO, MBA4, Yu-Ning Wong, MD5, Jane C. Weeks, MD3,
    Medical Institutions, Baltimore, MD, USA, 2R Adams Cowley Shock                Joyce C. Niland, PhD6, Steve Edge, MD7, 1University of Michigan,
    Trauma Center, Baltimore, MD                                                   Ann Arbor, MI, USA, 2Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Leba-
12:00 pm                                                                           non, NH, USA, 3Harvard, Boston, MA, USA, 4MD Anderson, Hous-
23. Pfeiffer Syndrome : A Treatment Outcome Analysis                               ton, TX, USA, 5Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA, USA,
    Jeffrey A. Fearon, MD, Jennifer L. Rhodes, MD, The Craniofacial
                                                                                   6
                                                                                     City of Hope, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 7Roswell Park Cancer Insti-
    Center, Dallas, Dallas, TX                                                     tute, Buffalo, NY


12:15 pm          Business Meeting Luncheon                                    2:45 pm           Coffee Break
                  (AAPS Members Only)




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Scientific Session VII: BREAST                                                   4:00 pm   Panel: The Future of Plastic Surgery
                                                                                           Moderator: William M. Kuzon, Jr., MD
3:00 pm
28. Comparing the Functional Impact of the Muscle Sparing Free                             Panelists:   The Future of Hand Surgery
    TRAM, DIEP and SIEA on the Abdominal Wall                                                           W.P. Andrew Lee, MD
    Jesse C. Selber, MD, MPH1, Vivian Hsu, MD1, Mirar Bristol, MA1,                                     The Future of Craniofacial Surgery
    Seema S. Sonnad, PhD1, Jesse Goldstein, MD, MPH2, Joseph M.                                         Christopher R. Forrest, MD
    Serletti, MD1,,1University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA,
                                                                                                        The Future of Aesthetic Breast Surgery
    2
      Georgetown University, Georgetown, DC
3:15 pm                                                                                                 Sidney R. Coleman, MD
29. Perforator Number Predicts Fat Necrosis in a Prospective                                            The Future of Flap Surgery
    Analysis of Breast Reconstruction with Free TRAM, DIEP and SIEA Flaps                               Peter C. Neligan, MD
    Donald P Baumann, MD, Yan H. Lin, PhD, Pierre M. Chevray, MD, PhD,
            .                                                                                           The Future of Wound Healing
    University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX                                       Paul Y. Liu, MD
3:30 pm
30. Lipoaspirate Transplant To Treat Breast Conservative Treatment               5:15 pm       ADJOURN
    Side Effects:Evaluation Of The Risk To Develop Calcifications
    Gino Rigotti, MD1, Alessandra Marchi, MD1, Stefania Montemezzi,              7:00 pm       President’s Reception
    MD1, Mirco Galiè, MD2, Alessandro Battistoni, MD1, Andrea                                 Venetian Room
    Sbarbati, MD2, 1Azienda Ospedaliera Verona-Italy, Verona, Italy,
    2
      Università di Verona, Verona, Italy.
3:45 pm                                                                          8:00 pm       President’s Banquet
31. Minimally Invasive Autologous Total Breast Reconstruction by                               Grand Ballroom
    External Expansion and Serial Lipografting: A preliminary
    Experience
    Roger K. Khouri, MD1, Gino Rigotti, MD2, Thomas J. Baker, MD3,
    1
      Miami Plastic Surgery & Dermatology, Key Biscayne, FL, USA, 2Uni-
    versity of Verona, Verona, Italy, 3University of Miami, FL, USA




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LOCATION AND HOTEL INFORMATION
 OCATION     HOTEL INFORMATION                                                      HOTEL
                                                                         ADDITIONAL HOTEL OPTION
                                                                         The AAPS has reserved a small block of rooms at the Westin
             The Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel                             Copley Place for any overflow housing needs. The discounted
                  138 St. James Avenue                                   room rate for a STANDARD ROOM is $289.00 single/double
                    Boston, MA 02116                                     occupancy, plus 12.4% tax. To make a reservation please visit
       Tel: 617-267-5300, Guest Fax: 617-267-7668                        the AAPS website at www.aaps1921.org/annualmeeting.cgi to
                                                                         access the Westin’s AAPS specific online reservations page and
Located on Copley Square in Boston’s upscale Back Bay                    view hotel info or call 1-800-WESTIN1 and tell them you are
neighborhood, surrounded by an array of excellent restau-                with the American Association of Plastic Surgeons to receive
rants, shops, galleries and sites, the Fairmont Copley Plaza             the group rate.
Hotel, known as the “Grande Dame” of Boston, has been a
pillar of sophistication in the city since its opening in 1912.          RESERVATIONS CUT-OFF DATE
                                                                         RESERVA      CUT-OFF DATE
                                                                         March 6th, 2008. On this date all rooms are released back to
A block of rooms has been reserved until Thursday, March 6th,            the hotel for sale to the general public. Please note that the
2008. After that date or when the block fills, reservations              Association cannot guarantee rooms at the headquarters hotel
will be subject to availability. The discounted room rate for a          beyond the reservation cut-off date of March 6, 2008, as
STANDARD ROOM is $252.00 and a DELUXE ROOM is $282.00                    space is limited. Reservations will be provided on a space
single/double occupancy, plus 12.75% tax.                                availability basis and may not be available at the reduced
                                                                         group rate.
To hold a reservation and receive a confirmation, an advance
deposit equal to the first and last nights’ stay is required. All
deposits will be charged at the time the reservation is made.            HOTEL CHECK-IN
                                                                         HOTEL CHECK-IN
Cancellations or changes in arrival or departure dates may be            Check-in is 4:00 pm. Guests arriving before that time will be
made up to 7 days prior to the date of arrival without charge            assigned rooms as they become available. Checkout time is
to the individual. Should a change in reservation, including             12:00 pm. Any attendee wishing special consideration for late
early departure, occur after the cancellation deadline the               checkout should inquire at the front desk on the day of
total 2-night deposit will be forfeited.                                 departure. Group members staying in their rooms beyond the
                                                                         checkout time without Hotel authorization will be charged for
                                                                         an additional room night.
Please make your reservations by calling the Hotel directly at
800-688-5253 or by going online to www.aaps1921.org and
reserving your room through the AAPS specific rooms reserva-             SPECIAL NEEDS
tions page. (Please be sure to reserve under the group name              If you require special accommodations in order to fully
when making a reservation by phone).                                     participate in the meeting, please check the box on the
                                                                         registration form and you will be contacted by the
                                                                         Association’s Administrative Offices.




                    2 EASY WAYS TO MAKE YOUR
                       HOTEL RESERVATIONS
                                                                                                  Call the Hotel Directly
                                                                                                    Fairmont Copley Plaza
                                                                                                        800-441-1414
                 Online at                                                                           Westin Copley Place
     www.aaps1921.org/annualmeeting.cgi                                                                 800-WESTIN1

      *Please mention that you are with the American Association of Plastic Surgeons*

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                                                      SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
Welcome Reception
        Reception                                                         President ’s Reception & Banquet
                                                                           resident’s Reception
                      SUNDAY, April 6                                                           TUESDAY, April 8
                     6:30 pm - 9:00 pm                                                        7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
                   EMC Club - Fenway Park                                                   Fairmont Grand Ballroom

Kick off the AAPS 87th Annual Meeting at Fenway Park, the nation’s        Join us in celebrating the close of the 87th Annual Meeting.
oldest, most beloved ballpark and proud home to the 2004 and              The evening will begin with a one hour reception taking place
2007 World Champion Boston Red Sox! Visit the park where the              in the Venetian Room. Following the reception the party will
Babe pitched, The Kid hit, Yaz dazzled and Manny and Ortiz still          move into the Grand Ballroom to enjoy a delectable dinner &
thrill young fans today. Soak up the rich history; hear the ech-          entertainment. Don’t forget to bring your dancing shoes
oes of the past. Be sure to take advantage of the tours being             because once those dessert plates are cleared your presence
offered at this special event: touch the Green Monster, imagine           is requested on the dance floor.
being one of the “Knights of the Keyboard” as you see the view
from the Press Box before strolling around Fenway Park. This
will truly be a night you will remember!




                                             BOSTON & AREA ATTRACTIONS
                                             BOSTON        ATTRACTIONS
  SEAPORT DISTRICT ATTRACTIONS                  SHOPPING                                       HISTORICAL ATTRACTIONS
  · Black Falcon Cruise Terminal                · Charles Street in Beacon Hill                · Boston Common & Public Garden
  · Boston Fire Museum                          · Copley Place                                 · Boston Public Library
  · Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum              · Newbury Street in Back Bay                   · Bunker Hill Monument
  · Castle Island                               · Quincy Market                                · Faneuil Hall
  · Children’s Museum                           · Shops at the Prudential                      · Harvard University in Cambridge
  · Harpoon Brewery                                                                            · Massachusetts State House
  · John Joseph Moakley US Courthouse           SIGHTSEEING TOURS                              · North End
  · Spirit of Boston                            · Boston Duck Tours                            · Old North Church
                                                · Old Town Trolley Tours                       · Old State House
  MUSEUMS                                                                                      · Paul Revere House
                                                DAY TRIPS
  · Institute of Contemporary Art                                                              · The Freedom Trail
                                                · Cape Cod
  · Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum                                                            · Trinity Church
                                                · Minuteman National Park
  · JFK Library & Museum                        · Old Sturbridge Village                       · USS Constitution
  · Museum of Fine Arts, Boston                 · Plimouth Plantation
  · Museum of Science                           · The Berkshires
  · New England Aquarium
                                                SPORTS & RECREATION OPTIONS
  THE ARTS                                      · Boston Harbor Islands
  · Boston Symphony Orchestra                   · Golf Day Trips
  · Colonial Theater                            · Jogging & Bike Paths
  · FleetBoston Pavilion                        · Racquet Sports
  · Wang Center for the Performing Arts         · Sailing on the Charles River


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TRANSPORTATION
TRANSPORTA
Attendees will need to schedule their own transportation from the airport
to the hotel.

Directions to Hotel From Logan International Airport:
· Follow the signs to Boston through the Sumner Tunnel.
· Turn right up the entrance ramp onto Expressway 93 North.
· Take the Storrow Drive exit on right.
· Follow Storrow Drive West and take the Copley Square exit.
· Turn right onto Beacon Street.
· Go 2 blocks and turn left on Clarendon Street.
· Follow Clarendon Street 5 blocks and turn right onto St. James Ave.,
    the Hotel will be on the left
From Western Massachusetts & Points South via Massachusetts Turnpike:
· Follow Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) east to the Copley Square/
    Prudential Center exit 22.
· Follow the Copley Square Exit and take your first left onto Dartmouth
    Street. The Hotel will be on your right.




    Rental
Car Rental                                                            Limousine
The Concierge at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel will gladly          Coordination of transportation needs is available through the
make all your car rental arrangements by calling (617) 267-           Fairmont Copley Plaza Concierge at (617) 267-5300 ext. 1691.
5300. Please ask about the complimentary drop off and pick
up services as well as complimentary upgrades.                        Taxi
                                                                      Taxis are readily available at the Airport and Hotel and can be
    Terminal
Bus Terminal                                                          obtained at the St. James entrance of the Fairmont Copley
South Station Bus Terminal is located 1.5 miles from The              Plaza.
Fairmont Copley Plaza Boston. All major carriers service this
terminal. Contact the Concierge or call South Station at (617)
439-9831.
                                                                      Parking
                                                                      The Hotel offers the following valet parking services:
                                                                      · Overnight parking: $39
Train                                                                 · Daytime/Evening/Weekend function: $24
Amtrak Station is located at Back Bay Station and South               · Restaurant: $12, with validation
Station. Back Bay Station is located one block away from the          · Late Charge: $12 Late Charge Time: 2:00 p.m.
hotel. Amtrak can be reached at 1 (800) 872-7245 or on the
Amtrak Website.




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                                             REGISTRATION
                         AAPS ANNUAL MEETING REGISTRATION
3 Easy Ways to Register:

      · INTERNET: http://www.aaps1921.org
      · FAX: (978) 524-0498

      · MAIL: 900 Cummings Center, Suite 221-U, Beverly, MA 01915

The registration fee for physicians includes admittance to the Scientific Sessions, Continental Breakfasts
each morning, all coffee breaks, the Welcome Reception on Sunday evening and the President’s Reception
& Banquet on Tuesday evening.

The registration fee for a Spouse/Guest includes admittance to the Spouse/Guest Hospitality Room, the
Welcome Reception and the President’s Banquet. Spouses/Guests who are not registered will not re-
ceive a badge or tickets for the functions.


                              TO ATTEND
INVITE A NON-MEMBER COLLEAGUE TO ATTEND THE ANNUAL MEETING
                      Attendance for the AAPS Annual Meeting is open in 2008.
         Non-Members will not be required to obtain an invitation from a current AAPS Member.
                             Encourage your colleagues to get involved!




                        American Association of Plastic Surgeons
                          900 Cummings Center, Suite 221-U
                                  Beverly, MA 01915
                           T: 978-927-8330 F: 978-524-0498
                                    aaps@prri.com
                                  www.aaps1921.org


  DEADLINE FOR PRE-REGISTRATION IS THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 2008.
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                  AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGERY                               Massachusetts
                  2008 ANNUAL MEETING AND AESTHETIC SYMPOSIUM                         _REGISTRATION FORM_
                  April 5-8, 2008 The Fairmont Copley Plaza / Back Bay Events Center, Boston, Massachusetts
                                                         Register online today at www.aaps1921.org


Name: ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

Address: __________________________________________________________________________________________________

City: ______________________________             State: ___________ Zip: ______________            Country: ________________________

Phone: _______________________________________________               Fax: _____________________________________________

Institution: ___________________________________________             E mail: ___________________________________________

Spouse/Guest Name: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________

REGISTRATION PACKAGE: Includes Meeting Registration & Registration for Aesthetic Symposium__                                      ______________          _
                                                                      Before 3/6/08              After 3/6/08    On-Site                Total
             ________            AAPS Member                             $750                       $850          $900                 $_______
             ________            Retired Life Fellow                     $400                       $500          $550                 $_______
             ________            Resident                                $350                       $450          $500                 $_______
             ________            Non Member                              $900                       $1,000        $1,050               $_______

MEETING REGISTRATION ONLY_                                                                  __                                         _        ___________
              ________           AAPS Member                              $500                     $600            $650                $_______
             ________            Retired Life Fellow                      $300                     $400            $450                $_______
             ________            Resident                                 $250                     $250            $300                $_______
             ________            Non Member                               $550                     $650            $700                $_______
             ________            EURAPS Member                                                                                         Complimentary
             ________            Spouse/Guest                             $250                     $250            $300                $_______

AESTHETIC SYMPOSIUM ONLY                                                                                                                                  _
          ________            AAPS Member                              $550                      $650           $700                 $_______
          ________            Retired Life Fellow                      $350                      $450           $500                 $_______
          ________            Resident                                 $250                      $350           $400                 $_______
          ________            Non Member                               $800                      $900           $950                 $_______
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                    Please make checks (in U.S. funds) payable to:                                                 TOTAL AMOUNT DUE:
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        All requests for cancellations must be received in writing. If a cancellation is received at the Association’s Administrative Office prior to
                    Thursday, March 6, 2008, the registration fee, less a $50.00 administrative fee, will be refunded after the meeting.
                                              Refund requests received after March 6th will not be honored.
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