New Surgery Spotlight: SIEA Flap Breast Reconstruction

The November Surgery Spotlight program is now live on PSEN. This month our exclusive HD video program features David H. Song, MD, MBA demonstrating SIEA Flap Breast Reconstruction.

Dr. David H. Song is Vice Chairman of the department of surgery and Chief of plastic and reconstructive surgery at The University of Chicago Medical Center. He specializes in breast reconstruction and oncoplastic surgery.

Surgery Spotlight is a monthly video-based activity produced by the PSEN. The series of surgical videos aim to put you in the operating room with the demonstrating surgeon. Watch the advantages of this technique (vs. the free-TRAM or DIEP), and tell us what you think!

The full-length surgical videos can be purchased and viewed for CME credit, or a shorter version can be viewed for free on PSEN.

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Check out the latest content:

Aesthetic

Literature Review: Dorsal Reduction and Spreader Flaps
Joe Gryskiewicz, MD reviews this May 2011 article from the Aesthetic Surgery Journal.

Patient Safety

Literature Review: Algorithmic Approach to the Management of Hemangiomas
Michael Cedars, MD reviews the March 2011 article from The Journal of Craniofacial Surgery.

Pediatric/Craniofacial

Literature Review: Untreated Hemangiomas: Growth Pattern and Residual Lesions
Donald Mackay, MD reviews this April 2011 article from the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal.

Case Report: Mandible Fractures
A 32-year-old man presents one week after assault with malocclusion and right lower lip numbness. A case by Sara Yegiyants, MD and Pravin Patel, MD.

Case Report:Class III Dentofacial Deformity
A 20-year-old male male is referred with a bilateral cleft lip and palate for surgical correction of his dentofacial deformity. A case by Donald Mackay, MD.

Reconstructive

Case Report: Recurrent SCC of the Neck
An 82 year-old male presents for consideration of an attempt at a curative oncologic resection of a recurrent SCC of the neck. A case by Raman Mahabir, MD.

If you would like to contribute a case report, literature review, procedural video or presentation, please contact Stephanie Hermes at shermes@plasticsurgery.org for more information.