In the new Surgery Spotlight released today Daniel A. Del Vecchio, MD performs a gluteal augmentation with fat transplantation on a healthy 31-year-old female who desires larger buttocks, as well as liposuction. Watch Dr. Del Vecchio’s technique in harvesting the fat and how the fat is then injected to form full buttocks that meet the patient’s goals. The video can be streamed for free once you are logged in to PSEN, or can be purchased as part of an online course to earn CME credit.
Daniel Del Vecchio, MD is a cosmetic plastic surgeon in private practice in Boston. He is a former Assistant Professor of Surgery at Tufts New England Medical Center and a member of the Consulting Staff in the Division of Plastic Surgery at Harvard’s Massachusetts General Hospital. He is the author of many papers and presentations with research interests in surgical device technology translocation in plastic surgery, safety combining volume liposuction and abdominoplasty, increasing yield and predictability in fat transfer, and more.
Past Surgery Spotlight programs remain freely available to view on PSEN. Hard copies of these programs can also be purchased from the PSEN DVD Library. Surgery Spotlight is a video-based product line produced by the Plastic Surgery Education Network (PSEN).
Last month, PSEN was a part of the annual meetings of our founding partners, the American Association for Hand Surgery, American Society for Peripheral Nerve and American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery on January 9-15, 2013 in Naples, Florida. In addition to providing demos of the website in the meeting exhibit hall, PSEN’s video news crew interviewed a number of attendees about the scientific highlights of the clinical programs, as seen in the video above. PSEN also recorded over 30 hours of panels and lecture presentations from the meetings. A selection is now available to view in the PSEN presentations area. More lecture recordings from the meetings will be posted over the next couple of weeks. Some of the presentation topics include:
Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine
Atypical Microsurgical Indications
Refinements in Toe Transfer
Graded Motor Imagery (GMI)
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