Programme

23rd - 25th September 2013

 

Programme

Monday 23rd September

Registration

Session 1 – Breast Conserving Surgery

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    McCulley

    1030

    Evolution of oncoplastic breast conserving surgery in Nottingham

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    Macmillan

    1100

    Therapeutic mammaplasty for small breasts

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    Margin involvement and re‐operation rates after oncoplastic surgery

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    Romics

    1125

    Oncological safety of oncoplastic breast conserving surgery – a controlled study

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    Gale

    1145

    Factors predicting nipple asymmetry following therapeutic mammaplasty

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    De Sousa

    1145

    Oncoplastic breast‐conserving surgery for large volume DCIS

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    Tan

    1155

    Chest wall perforator flaps – a 100 case series

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    Magalhaes

    1205

    3D aesthetic evaluation after breast cancer surgery using Kinect

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    Discussion

Session 2 – Plenary Lecture

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    Dixon

    1230

    Integrating neo‐adjuvant therapy with oncoplastic surgery

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Session 3 – Fat Grafting

Chair: Steven Kronowitz

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    Weiler‐Mithoff

    1400

    Fat grafting for deformity after BCS (with update of RESTORE 2 trial)

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    Petit

    1415

    Defining the oncological risk of fat grafting

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    Gale

    1430

    Submitted paper: A case controlled study of the oncological outcome of fat grafting

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  • 1445

    Discussion

Session 4 – Submitted Papers

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    Romics

    1500

    Oncoplastic breast conservation – Is it “radical” breast conservation or a “conservative” mastectomy? A comparative analysis of over 700 patients’ pathology results

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    Tan

    1510

    Imaging post volume replacement breast conserving surgery

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    Gale

    1520

    Imaging post therapeutic mammaplasty

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    Majdak‐Paredes

    1540

    Results of neoadjuvant hormonotherapy in invasive and in‐situ breast cancer patients treated with therapeutic mammaplasty

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    Roy

    1550

    Partial breast reconstruction with pedicle perforator flaps: setting up service

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Session 5 – Plenary Lecture

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    Jean-Yves Petit

    1630

    Nipple sparing mastectomy: Technique, case selection and risks for local recurrence

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Session 6 – Surgical Treatment of Lymphoedema

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    Brorson

    1700

    From Lymph to Fat - Liposuction as a Treatment for Complete Reduction of Lymphedema

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    Masia

    1715

    Searching the ideal surgical treatment for lymphedema

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    Dixon

    1730

    Breast Oedema and Fat Necrosis

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Submitted Papers

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    Agabiti

    1800

    Incidence of symptomatic breast lymphoedema after mammaplasty

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    Nassimizadeh

    1810

    A 3 year review of chimeric vascularised groin lymph node flap and DIEP flap for the management of upper limb lymphoedema

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    Discussion

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Tuesday 24th September

Session 7 – Radiotherapy and Autologous Breast Reconstruction

Impact of radiotherapy on autologous breast reconstruction

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    Dodwell

    0815

    Indications for post‐mastectomy radiotherapy – Past, present and future

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    Schaverian

    0830

    The case for immediate reconstruction (before radiotherapy)

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    Kronowitz

    0845

    The case for delayed reconstruction (after radiotherapy)

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    McCulley

    0900

    Autologous breast reconstruction and radiotherapy – Results of the ABRAR study

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    Othman D

    0910

    Submitted Paper: The effect of adjuvant radiotherapy on free flap reconstruction

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    Jeevan

    0920

    Outcomes for radiotherapy patients in the national mastectomy and breast reconstruction audit (NMBRA)

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Strategies for immediate autologous reconstruction and radiotherapy

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    Kronowitz

    0930

    Immediate delayed

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    McCulley

    0945

    Flap and case selection

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    Dodwell

    1000

    Minimising the effect of radiotherapy on cosmesis

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    Discussion

Session 8 – Radiotherapy and Implant‐based Breast Reconstruction

Chair: Werner Audrestch

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    Kronowitz

    1115

    ADM‐based implant reconstruction and radiotherapy

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    Rainsbury

    1130

    Outcome of LD flap with implant reconstruction after radiotherapy

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    Eva Weiler-Mithoff

    1145

    Strategies for managing an irradiated reconstruction

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    Jana de Boniface

    1200

    Submitted Paper: Effect of pre‐ and post‐operative irradiation on surgical outcome and PROM’s after implant‐based immediate breast reconstruction in breast cancer: Results from a large Swedish multicentre cohort

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    Discussion

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Session 9 – Plenary Lecture

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    Audretsch

    1230

    Oncoplastic surgery and immediate breast reconstruction for locally complex disease with integrated radiotherapy

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Session 10 – Implant Reconstruction

Chair: Jaume Masia

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    Pompei

    1400

    Polyurethane implants – defining their role and long‐term outcome

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    Nestle‐Kraemling

    1415

    Implant reconstruction with synthetic mesh

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    Jewell

    1430

    The Clinical experience with SERI®, a silk-derived bioresorbable scaffold, in 2-stage Implant-based breast reconstruction

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    Macmillan

    1445

    Early outcomes of a 100 Patient Prospective Clinical Study using SERI®, a Silk-Derived Bioresorbable Scaffold, in Direct to Implant Breast Reconstruction

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    Farhadi

    1515

    The learning curve in ADM use

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    Macmillan

    1515

    1‐, 2 or 3‐stage implant reconstruction

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    Discussion

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Session 11 – Submitted Papers – Breast Reconstruction

Breast Reconstruction

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    Lardi

    1620

    Capsular contraction in implant reconstruction: The effect of porcine dermal matrix

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    Khout

    1630

    The first 232 acellular dermal matrix breast reconstructions in Edinburgh

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    Thomsen

    1640

    Developing a propeller TAP flap breast reconstruction technique

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    Trusson

    1650

    Autologous breast reconstruction from a patients’ perspective: a qualitative study

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Session 12 – Developments in Total Reconstruction

Chair: Dick Rainsbury

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    Masia

    1700

    Refinements and future of DIEP flap reconstruction

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    Ramakrishnan

    1715

    Indications and outcome of non‐abdominal free flaps

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    Dixon

    1730

    Goldilocks mastectomy – making the most of what’s left

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    Kauhanen

    1745

    Total breast reconstruction with fat grafting – technique and outcome

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    Discussion

Wednesday 25th September

Session 13 – Breast Reconstruction Techniques

Chair: Venkat Ramakrishnan

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    Jaume Masia

    0830

    iMAP flap (contralateral breast flap)

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    Kronowitz

    0845

    Tips and tricks for 2‐stage implant reconstruction

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    Fahardi

    0900

    Choosing the right prosthesis in implant reconstruction

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    Nestle‐Kraemling

    0915

    Tips and tricks for Infra‐mammary fold mastectomy and 1‐stage implant reconstruction

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    Venkat Ramakrishnan

    0930

    Raising a TUG and PAP flap

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    Eva Weiler-Mithoff

    0945

    Shaping an extended LD flap

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    Finishing Touches

    1000

    Nipple tattoo techniques

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    King

    1010

    Submitted Paper: One‐stage reconstruction using the inferior dermal flap, implant and free nipple graft: The North Tees Experience

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    Hunter JE

    1020

    Submitted Paper: Evolution from the TUG to PAP flap for breast reconstruction: Comparison and refinements of technique

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Session 14– Breast Conserving Surgery Techniques

Chair: McCulley / Macmillan

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    Stephen McCulley

    1230

    Avoiding pitfalls in mammaplasty mark-up

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    Eva Weiler-Mithoff

    1245

    Achieving success with fat injection techniques in BCS defects

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    Douglas Macmillan

    1300

    Raising a T-DAP flap

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    Stephen McCulley

    1300

    Raising a Li-CAP flap

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Submitted Papers

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    Emma De Sousa

    1320

    Wedges and Slices – outcome of simple mammaplasty techniques

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    Zaha H, Onomura M

    1330

    Various applications of the omental flap in oncoplastic surgery

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    Vinayagam, R

    1340

    Oncoplastic Starfish scar – a simple yet versatile technique in oncoplastic breast surgery

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    Jeryong K

    1350

    Oncoplastic reconstruction with superior based lateral breast rotation flap after lower quadrant tumour resection

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    Discussion

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