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International Society of Craniofacial SurgeryThree Decades of Innovation15th International CongressSeptember 10-14, 2013 Jackson Hole, Wyomingwww.iscfs2013.orgRegistration Brochure

WELCOME FROM THE PRESIDENTI welcome you to attend the 15th Congress of the International Society of CraniofacialSurgery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming in September. Our record submission of abstractsfor this event promises a program combining the best new work in research and clinicalareas related to craniofacial surgery. Our Pre-Congress Craniofacial/NeurosurgerySymposium, a number of special panels, the award of the Tessier Medal and awardfor the best paper presented, our Keynote Speaker, and more than 300 free papersand posters will insure that this congress will offer cutting edge work with innovativenew thinking. Social activities to be enjoyed by the whole family - all in the midst ofspectacular scenery in the Grand Tetons - will make this the best meeting you will attendthis year.The 15th Congress will be held in the Grand Teton National Park, largely recognized asthe most scenic mountain range in the lower 48 states. Jackson Hole in early Septembercombines warm days with cool evenings, and generally sunny weather. Many exciting outdoor activities are waitingfor you to explore and enjoy. Our dates coincide with the 29th Annual Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, widelyrecognized as one of the premier cultural events in the Rocky Mountain West. Thousands of art enthusiasts aredrawn each year to experience the diverse artwork and breathtaking natural surroundings that make Jackson Holea leading cultural center. We encourage you to consider an extended stay in the region to visit Yellowstone NationalPark, just 60 miles away by car.Getting to Jackson Hole is easy on five airlines through seven major US cities. Five marvelous hotels with a broadrange of accommodation types and prices will make your stay with us most comfortable. Our venue will be TetonVillage, situated 11 miles from Jackson, with easy public access to town - an authentic western community with aflavor all its own. All hotels are no more than a five minute walk from our general session meeting hall.I hope you will make plans early to travel to the Wild West and join us for a superb educational and social experience- in a casual setting. Please, no suits or ties or evening wear!Scott P. Bartlett, MDISCFS President

Pre-Congress Symposium:Controversy and Consensus in Craniosynostosis and Cranial Vault SurgeryCo-Chairs: Scott Bartlett, MD & Stephen Beals, MDThe 2013 Pre-Congress Symposium will present new perspectives and protocols for managing patients from birthto adulthood with emphasis on craniosynostosis and cranial vault surgery to tackle persistent problems, especiallythose common to craniofacial surgeons and neurosurgeons. We will discuss evaluation and treatment of increasedintracranial pressure from the perspective of both the neurosurgeon and the craniofacial surgeon. Increasing qualityand decreasing risk will be examined by looking at complication avoidance and use of blood transfusion and CT.Management options for reconstructing skull defects will be surveyed as we look at pros and cons of minimallyinvasive cranial vault surgery.ISCFS Program CommitteeJoseph Losee, MD – United StatesAnil Madaree, MD – South AfricaXiongzheng Mu, MD – ChinaJohn A. Persing, MD – United StatesJuan Carlos Rodriguez, MD – ArgentinaGary F. Rogers, MD – United StatesKaneshige Satoh, MD – JapanRamesh Sharma, MD – IndiaDavinder J. Singh, MD – United StatesHenry Spinelli, MD – United StatesSherard A. Tatum, MD – United StatesJesse A. Taylor, MD – United StatesMark M. Urata, MD – United StatesJohn van Aalst, MD – United StatesSteven Wall, MD – United KingdomS. Anthony Wolfe, MD – United StatesVincent Yeow, MD – SingaporeNivaldo Alonso, MD – BrazilEric Arnaud, MD – FranceStephen B. Baker, MD, DDS – United StatesScott P. Bartlett, MD – United StatesStephen Beals, MD – United StatesSteven R. Buchman, MD – United StatesJuan Martin Chavanne, MD – ArgentinaYu-Ray Chen, MD – TaiwanMichael Cunningham, MD, PhD – United StatesJeffrey Fearon, MD – United StatesChristopher R. Forrest, MD – CanadaMirko S. Gilardino, MD – CanadaDov C. Goldenberg, MD, PhD – BrazilJoseph S. Gruss, MD – United StatesCraig Hobar, MD – United StatesWilliam Y. Hoffman, MD – United StatesLarry Hollier, MD – United StatesRichard A. Hopper, MD – United StatesISCFS Officers: 2011 - 2013Council MembersNivaldo Alonso, MD - BrazilStephen Beals, MD - United StatesXiongzheng Mu, MD - ChinaJuan M. Chavanne, MD - ArgentinaCongress PresidentScott P. Bartlett, MD - United StatesPresidentScott P. Bartlett, MD - United StatesVice PresidentKaneshige Satoh, MD - JapanSecretary-TreasurerEric Arnaud, MD - FranceImmediate Past PresidentAnil Madaree, MD, FRCS - South AfricaPast PresidentSteven A. Wall, MD - United Kingdom3

OUR HOST CITY - JACKSON, WYOMINGJackson, Wyoming is a major gateway for tourists visiting nearby Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone NationalPark, and the National Elk Refuge and is host to a number of world-class arts organizations, including theCongressionally-designated National Museum of Wildlife Art, the Grand Teton Music Festival, the Jackson Hole FallArts Festival, and the Center for the Arts.The town is often erroneously referred to as “Jackson Hole”, the valley in which it is located. The hole - or valley - is48 miles long and for the most part, six to eight miles wide, embracing an area of approximately 400 square miles.It lies a few miles west of the Continental Divide and occupies the central portion of the headwaters of the SnakeRiver.With so many mountain ranges nearby, Jackson is a hub of outdoor recreational opportunity. Wildlife watching iseasy here: birds, elk, deer, moose, bear, fox, lynx, coyotes and many other small mammals can be found throughoutthe valley. The large arches of shed elk antlers at the four entrances to the town square are a popular attraction.Situated twelve miles to the north of Jackson is Teton Village,offering a variety of hotels, restaurants, bars, cafes, andshopping. Located near one of the entrances to Grand TetonNational Park, Teton Village serves as the perfect startingpoint to any tour of Wyoming’s national parks. With publictransportation available between Jackson and Teton Village,visitors staying in either location are well-connected to theactivities and attractions offered throughout Jackson Hole.The 15th Biennial Congress will be held entirely within TetonVillage. No hotel is more than five minutes from the WalkFestival Hall, our primary meeting venue.Hotel AccommodationsFour Seasons ResortRoom Rate: 375Snake River Lodge & SpaDeluxe Room: 279Premium with Fireplace: 319Two-Bedroom Condominium: 599Hotel TerraRoom Rate: 269Teton Mountain Lodge & SpaRoom Rate: 269Inn at Jackson HoleSingle/Double: 199Triple: 209Quad: 219Room Reservations - www.iscfs2013.org4

PROGRAM SCHEDULEThe scientific program is correct at the time of printing; however, the Program Committee reserves the right to alter the schedule asnecessary. Please visit www.iscfs2013.org for an up-to-date program schedule.Tuesday, 10 September7:00 - 5:00 pmRegistration7:00 - 8:00 amContinental BreakfastControversyandPre-Congress Symposium:Consensus in Craniosynostosis and Cranial Vault Surgery8:30 - 9:45 amHow is Intracranial Pressure Defined?Co-chairs: Hal Rekate, MD & John Persing, MDPanelists: Brent Collett, PhDSteven Wall, MDSteven Newman, MD9:45 - 11:00 amHow is Intracranial Pressure Managed?Co-chairs: Stephen Dover, FDSRCS, FRCS & Jay Storm, MD11:00 - 11:30 amCoffee Break11:30 am - 12:30 pmHow Do We Improve Quality and Reduce Risk in Craniosynostosis Surgery?Co-chairs: Jeffrey Fearon, MD & Paul Stricker, MDPanelists: Jack Yu, MDMarcin Czervinski, MDFranklyn Cladis, MDKevin Cook, MDRachel Ruotolo, MDJennifer Rhodes, MD12:30 - 1:30 pmLunch1:30 - 2:30 pmWhat are the Best Treatment Choices for Skull Defects?Co-chairs: Davinder Singh, MD & Federico Di Rocco, MD, PhDPanelists: Matthieu Vinchon, MD, PhDStephen Dover, FDSRCS, FRCSDavid J. David, MD, FRACS2:30 - 3:30 pmWhat is the Role of Minimally Invasive Surgery in the Management of Craniosynostosis Surgery?Co-chairs: Mark Proctor, MD & Irene Mathijsen, MD, PhDPanelists: Eric Arnaud, MDMarie-Lise van Veelen, MDGray Rogers, MD3:30 - 4:00 pmCoffee Break4:00 - 5:00 pmWhat are New Perspectives in Craniosynostosis Surgery?Co-chairs: Richard Hopper, MD, MS & Richard Hayward, MDPanelists: Irene Mathijssen, MDChristopher Forrest, MDMarie-Lise van Veelen, MDJeffrey Fearon, MDDavid Dunaway, MD5:00 - 5:30 pmOpen Forum Discussion5:30 - 7:00 pmSymposium Reception8:00 - 10:00 pmISCFS Council Meeting5

Wednesday, 11 September7:00 - 6:00 pmRegistration7:00 - 8:00 amContinental Breakfast8:00 - 8:15 amOpening RemarksScott Bartlett, MD - ISCFS President8:15 - 9:00 amEulogiesDaniel Marchac, MD (France)Speaker: Eric Arnaud, MDFernando Ortiz Monasterio, MD (Mexico)Speaker: Fernando Molina, MDJoseph Murray, MD, FACS (USA)Speaker: Mutaz Habal, MD, FACS, FRCSC9:00 - 9:45 amKeynote AddressSome Favorite Rocky Mountain StoriesSpeaker: Harold J. Stearns9:45 - 10:15 amCoffee Break10:15 am - 12:00 pmFounders SessionIntroduction: Scott Bartlett, MDWhat is the Future of Craniofacial Surgery?Speaker: Kenneth E. Salyer, MDCraniofacial Surgery: From Spectacular Innovation to Sound Healthcare DeliverySpeaker: David J. David, AC, MD, FRCS, FRACSCraniofacial Distraction: How It Started and Where It’s GoingSpeaker: Joseph G. McCarthy, MDTessier’s Classification of Facial Clefts and the Unfinished SymphonySpeaker: S. Anthony Wolfe, MD, FACS, FAAPBeyond the SurgerySpeaker: Linton Whitaker, MD11:45 am - 1:00 pmLunch11:45 am - 1:00 pmASCFS Business Meeting1:00 - 3:00 pmGeneral Session 1Hypertelorism, Craniofacial Tumors & Encelphaloceles, Rare Craniofacial CleftsModerators: Dov Goldenberg, MD, PhD & Bob Havlik, MDPresenter: Brian T. Andrews, MDFibrous Dysplasia of the Zygomaticomaxillary Region: Outcomes of Surgical InterventionPresenter: Joseph Gruss, MDCraniofacial and Head, and Neck Neurofibromatosis: Clinical Classification as an Aid to Surgical TreatmentPresenter: Dov Goldenberg, MDImprovement of Treatment of Facial Arterio-Venous Vascular Malformations by Multiple Embolizations: Outcomes In aSeries of 31 PatientsPresenter: Igor Reshetov, MDThe Choice of Skull Base Reconstruction Variant in the Treatment of Tumors with Craniofacial LocalizationPresenter: Eiji Miyamoto, MDTreatment of Craniomaxillofacial Fibrous Dysplasia in our Department6

Presenter: Sherard Tatum, MDModified Facial Translocation Approach in One Month Old with Skullbase TumorPresenter: Junyi Yang, MDReview of Various Surgical Procedures in Radiated Orbit ReconstructionPresenter: Mike Moses, BM, BCh, BSc, FRCSEd(Plast)Midline Frontonasal Dermoids - A Review of 55 Cases and a Protocol for TreatmentPresenter: Francesco Gargano, MD, PhDLangerhans Cell Histiocytosis in the Pediatric Population: How Should We Treat Isolated Craniofacial Lesions?Presenter: Sarah Versnel, MD, PhDComplications in Medial FaciotomyPresenter: Kenneth L. Fan, BSOptimizing the Timing and Technique of Treacher Collins Orbital Malar ReconstructionPresenter: Walter Flapper, FRACS(Plast), MASurg(Craniofacial)Tessier 0-14 Clefts from Birth to Maturity; A ReviewPresenter: S. Anthony Wolfe, MD, FACS, FAAPRare Craniofacial Clefts and AgenesesPresenter: Juan M. Chavanne, MDSecondary Correction of HTO Avoiding Problems During Skeletal MobilizationPresenter: Jonathan Britto, MB, MD, FRCS(Plast)Towards Predictable Aesthetic Change in Hypertelorism Surgery - A Radiologic Study in 18 Patients and 30 ControlsPresenter: Min Wei, MDOur Therapeutic Experience of Orbital Hypertelorism: A Study of 23 Chinese CasesPresenter: David J. David, AC, MD, FRCS, FRACSProtocol Management and Long Term Outcome of Tessier Clefts 3, 4, 5, 6 and 73:00 - 3:30 pmCoffee Break1:00 - 3:00 pmGeneral Session 2Non-Syndromic Synostosis Part IModerators: Kant Lin, MD & Juan C. Rodriguez, MDPresenter: Matthieu Vinchon, MD, PhDShunt-Induced Craniosynostosis: Diagnosis and Surgical ManagementPresenter: Davinder Singh, MDLong Term Outcomes of Early Correction of Sagittal Synostosis Via Endoscopically Assisted Calvarial Synostectomy andPost Surgical HelmetingPresenter: Greg Thomas, PhD, FRCS (Plast)Raised Intracranial Pressure in Non Syndromic Sagittal Craniosynostosis Following Corrective SurgeryPresenter: Christopher Forrest, MD, MSc, FRCSC, FACSAge-Based Approach to Sagittal Synostosis: Application of Extended Strip Craniectomy (Esc) and Total Cranial VaultReshaping (Tcvr) TechniquesPresenter: Jacques van der Meulen, MD, PhDCan Cognitive Functioning be Predicted by Pre-Operative (CT-Scan) Anomalies in Patients with Trigonocephaly?Presenter: Anup Patel, MD, MBAEffects of Age at the Time of Surgery on Long-Term Neuropsychological Outcomes in Sagittal SynostosisPresenter: Russell Evans, MBBS, FRCAAnaesthesia in the Prone Postion Can Safely be Used to Facilitate the Complex Surgical Correction of Craniosynosisis.A Series of 300 Consecutive Patients in 15 Years in Oxford, UkPresenter: Adam Oppenheimer, MDMaternal-Fetal Complications in CraniosynostosisPresenter: Steven Wall, MDRaised Intracranial Pressure in Untreated Non-Syndromic Sagittal Craniosynostosis: An Eighteen Year Experience in OxfordPresenter: MarieLise Van Veelen, MDMinimally Invasive Spring-Assisted Correction of Sagittal Suture Synostosis7

Presenter: Federico Di Rocco, MD, PhDThe Association of Chiari Malformation Type 1 and Closure of Sagittal SuturePresenter: Matthew Hansen, MBBS, FRACSComparison of Spring Cranioplasty and Pi Procedure for Saggital Synostosis5:30 - 9:00 pmWelcome ReceptionThursday, 12 September7:00 - 6:00 pmRegistration7:00 - 8:00 amContinental Breakfast8:00 - 8:45 amOrtiz Monasterio Memorial LectureModerator: Scott Bartlett, MD9:00 - 10:00 amConcurrent Session 1ABasic Science ResearchModerators: Steven Buchman, MD, FACS & Cassio Raposo do Amaral, MD, PhDPresenter: Lars Evers, MDOrgan Level Tissue Engineering Using Native Decellularized Microcirculatory Constructs as Vascularized BioscaffoldsPresenter: Hyun Duck Nah, MDSustained, Low-Dose rhbmp-2 Delivery Via Plga Microspheres Provides for Equivalent Osteogenesis and ImprovedSide-Effect ProfilePresenter: Darren Smith, MDBioprinting Tissue Engineered Intramembranous Bone ConstructsPresenter: Derrick Wan, MDIn Vivo Directed Differentiation of Human Embryonic-Like Pluripotent Cells Into BonePresenter: Armando Uribe-Rivera, DDSPredictive Genomics: Validation of a Role for Mirna in the Underdevelopment of the Mandible and Other Craniofacial StructuresPresenter: Mohammed Alrakan, MDShould Trans-Gender Facial Skeletal Donation be Considered for Craniomaxillofacial Transplantation? A Cadaver StudyPresenter: Mehmet Bozkurt, MDTranslational Cadaveric Study of Composite Eye and Periorbital Allotransplantation Flap from Rat ModelPresenter: Xianxian Yang, MD, PhDFgfr2c(C342y/ ) Mouse Model of Crouzon Syndrome to Study CraniosynostosisPresenter: Maureen Beederman, BAFurther Defining the Role of Rank/Rankl/Opg Axis in Cranial Suture BiologyPresenter: Can Ozturk, MDAnalysis of the Aging of the Nasal Bone and Nasal Pyramid Structures in a Caucasian Population9:00 - 10:00 amConcurrent Session 1BCraniofacial Orthodontics & Orthognathic SurgeryModerators: Patricia Glick, DMD & Pedro Santiago, DMD9:00 - 9:30 amPANEL: 3D Computer Assisted Surgical Planning: Opportunities & Challenges. Part OnePanelists: Patricia Glick, DMDThe Evolution in Craniofacial Surgical Planning: From the Stone Age to the Sophisticated 3D Digital EraBarry Grayson, DDS & Pradip Sheyte, DDSUse of Digital Design. A Paradigm Shift in Surgical Planning for Craniofacial Surgery. PreoperativePlanning, Diagnosis of the Virtual Patient: Integrating Clinical Data with Static 3D Images.Pedro Santiago, DMD & Jeff Marcus, MDThe Role of the Orthodontist and Surgeon in Computer Aided Surgical Planning8

9:30 - 10:00 amPresenter: John van Aalst, MD, MAEffects of Nasal Alveolar Molding (Nam) on Infant Weight Gain and Timing of Primary Bilateral Cleft Lip RepairPresenter: Patricia Glick, DMDEarly Correction of the Mandible with Uni-Vector Distraction Osteogenesis in Hemifacial Microsomia Patients:Orthodontic Technique for Prevention of Malocclusion and Optimizing Surgical OutcomePresenter: Daljit Gill, MSc, FDS, RCS(Orth)Facial Bipartition; The Orthodontic Burden of CarePresenter: Suguru Kondo, PhD, DDSPreoperative Simulation and Predictability for the Facial Asymmetry of Hemifacial Microsomia Pruzansky Grade IPresenter: Alvaro Figueroa, DDS, MSVirtual Surgical Planning for Orthognathic Surgery9:00 - 10:00 amConcurrent Session 1CPanel: Craniofacial Microsomia: Ethics, Embryos, Management and OutcomesModerator: Michael Cunningham, MD, PhDEthical Issues in the Management of Craniofacial MicrosomiaKeynote Speaker: Cassandra Aspinall, ACSWPanelists: Paul Trainor, PhDDevelopment of the Branchial Arches, Their Derivatives, and the Correlations to Craniofacial MicrosomiaCarrie Heike, MD, MSEfficient Interdisciplinary Management of Children with Craniofacial MicrosomiaNichola Rumsey, PhDAppearance Related Outcomes in Children with Craniofacial Microsomia10:00 - 10:30 amCoffee Break10:30 am - 12:00 pmConcurrent Session 2ABasic Science ResearchModerators: James Bradley, MD & John van Aalst, MD, MAPresenter: Brendan Alleyne, BSComparing the Efficacy of Deferoxamine or Amifostine Pre-Treatment in the Prevention of Osteoradionecrosisof the Murine MandiblePresenter: Sumit Das, MBBS, BSc, FRCAPostoperative Serum Albumin Level and Clinical Implications in Pediatric Craniofacial Surgery. A Review of 50 Cases in Oxford, UKPresenter: Robert Tovetjarn, MDIntellectual Outcome in 29 Adult Patients Born with CraniosynostosisPresenter: Amy Xue, MDLocal Foreign-Body Reaction to Commercial Biodegradable Implants: An In Vivo Animal StudyPresenter: Michael Hu, MD, MPH, MSHealing of Critical Calvarial Defects by Circulating Mesenchymal Stem CellsPresenter: Tiffany Lee, BA3D Constructs of Human Skeletal Muscle-Derived Cells as a Model of Bone Formation: Osteogenic Differentiation inResponse to Bmp2Presenter: Alex Rottgers, MDApplication of Laser Capture Microdissection to Craniofacial Biology: Characterization of Anatomically Relevant GeneExpression in the Cranial SuturesPresenter: Brendan Alleyne, BSThe Absolute Quantification of Osteogenic Genes in Rat Calvarial Critical Sized DefectsPresenter: Kshemendra Senarath, MDDeletion of Axin Gene in Mouse Adipose-Derived Stem Cells (Mascs) Promotes OsteogenesiPresenter: Sanjay Naran, MDRepair of a Complicated Calvarial Defect: Reconstruction of an Infected Wound with Rhbmp-29

Presenter: Pilar Gordon, DDSTransplantation of a Tissue Engineered, Vascularized, Mucosalized Tracheal Homograft in New Zealand White Rabbits.Comparison of Sucbcutanous Flap and Rectus Muscle FlapsPresenter: Edward Davidson, MA (Cantab), MBBSLacunocanalicular Flow and Distraction Osteogenesis: Theory and TherapeuticsPresenter: Samintharaj Kumar, MBBS, BDS, MRCS, MFDSRCS, MFDRCSIPutative Genes Downstream of Fgfr2 Associated with Coronal Suture Synostosis in a CrouzonSyndrome (C342y) Mouse ModelPresenter: Steven Buchman, MDAcceleration of Regenerate Consolidation Utilizing Pharmacotherapeutics During Mandibular Distraction Osteogenesis10:30 am - 12:00 pmConcurrent Session 2BCraniofacial Orthodontics & Orthognathic SurgeryModerators: Patricia Glick, DMD & Pedro Santiago, DMD10:30 - 11:00 amPANEL: 3D Computer Assisted Surgical Planning: Opportunities & Challenges. Part TwoPanelists: Virtual Surgical Planning Tools and Splint Construction for Craniofacial SurgeryAlvaro Figueroa, DDS & John Polley, MDClinical Case: Two Jaw Surgical CorrectionSean Edwards, MD, DDSClinical Case: Free Flap Design11:00 am - 12:00 pmPresenter: Guy Watts, MBBS, FRACSStability of Single Stage Major Maxillary Advancements in Unilateral Cleft PatientsPresenter: Shuo Chen, MDShort- And Long-Term Changes of Condylar Position After Bilateral Sagittal Split Ramus Osteotomy for MandibularAdvancement Evaluated by Cone-Beam Computed TomographyPresenter: Stephen Schendel, DDS, MD3D Facial Simulation in Orthognathic Surgery: Efficacy and AccuracyPresenter: Eric Stelnicki, MDMaxillary Advancement and Mandibular Retraction Using Non-Osteotomy Technique with Bollard PlatesPresenter: Yang Li, MDMaxillomandibular Advancement Surgery for Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome and Long-Term SurgicalStability in Chinese PatientsPresenter: John Polley, MDOrthognathic Positioning System (Ops): Linking Virtual Surgical Planning (Vsp) to Reality in Orthognathic SurgeryPresenter: Earl Gage, MDVirtual Planning Software for Orthognathic SurgeryPresenter: Scott Rapp, MDMinimal Incision Lefort Iii Osteotomy with Rigid External Distraction: Analysis and Clinical Outcomes of12 Syndromic PatientsPresenter: YuRay Chen, MDSurgery-First Orthognathic Surgery (Without Presurgical Orthodontics) -- Efficiency and Stability10:30 am - 12:00 pmConcurrent Session 2CGenetic and Non-Surgical Aspects of Craniofacial ConditionsModerators: Carrie Heike MD, MS & Michael Cunningham, MD, PhDPresenter: Jacqueline A. Goos, MDMutations in Tcf12 are a Frequent Cause of Coronal CraniosynostosisPresenter: Corinne Collet, MDCrouzon Syndrome and Bent Bone Dysplasia Associated to Mutations at the Same Tyr-381 Residue in Fgfr2 GenePresenter: Charlotte L. Bendon, BA, BMBChNon-Scaphocephalic Sagittal Synostosis and Raised Intracranial Pressure are Part of the Clinical Spectrum ofFrank-Ter Haar Syndrome10

Presenter: Katrina M. Dipple, MD, PhDHemifacial Microsomia Associated with a Duplication of 4P16Presenter: Donna McDonald-McGinn, MS, CGCCraniofacial Abnormalities in Association with the 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome: Beyond CleftingPresenter: Linlin Gao, MDPrevalence of Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome in Syndromic Children with Craniofacial AnomaliesPresenter: Kelly N. Evans, MDTiming of Airway Obstruction in Infants with Robin SequencePresenter: Michael Friel, MDProgressive Hemifacial Atrophy: A New FindingPresenter: Reid A. Maclellan, MDFacial Infiltrating Lipomatosis is Caused by Pik3ca Activating MutationsPresenter: Robert Wood, MDPlagiocephaly, Torticollis, Lambdoid Craniosynostosis: A Spectrum of Disease. A Review of 9,683 Patientswith Posterior PlagiocephalyPresenter: Haruko Okada, MDCleft and Craniofacial Clinic Formats in the United States: National and Institutional SurveyPresenter: Melinda Costa, MDTelemedicine in Cleft Care: The Experience at Shriners Hospital for Children, Los AngelesPresenter: Sasha BurnPositional Plagiocephaly: Experience with a Passive Orthotic MattressPresenter: Sophie Ricketts, MDDevelopment of a Patient Reported Outcome Measure in Adult Cleft Lip and Palate PatientsPresenter: Daniela Hearst, BSc, MPhil“Just Because Someone’s a Doctor Doesn’t Mean I Just Trust Them”: Enhancing Patients’ Decision Making inElective Reconstructive Surgery12:00 - 1:30 pmLunch12:00 - 1:30 pmISCFS Biennial Business Meeting1:30 - 3:30 pmConcurrent Session 3AAesthetic Surgery of the Craniofacial Skeleton & Craniofacial TraumaModerators: Michael Yaremchuk, MD & Joseph Gruss, MD, FRCSC, FAAPPresenter: LunJou Lo, MDMental Nerve Pathway Before Mental Foramen for GenioplastyPresenter: Gaby Doumit, MD, MScAesthetic Refinements in the Treatment of Graves’ OphthalmopathyPresenter: Henry Spinelli, MDCosmetic and Functional Treatment of Graves Exophthalmos and Related Eyelid Malposition Using Selective OsteotomiesPresenter: Feng Niu, MDCorrection of Prominent Malar with Fibrous Dysplasia by L-Shape OsteotomyPresenter: Amir Elbarbary, MDImplementing Fat Grafting in Managing Difficult Craniofacial PatientsPresenter: Jie Yuan, MD, PhDInfluence of the Maxillary Sinus Exposure and Partial Masseter Resection in Aesthetic Facial Contour SurgeryPresenter: Robert Guryanov, MDCustomized 3D Modeling of Augmentation MentoplastyPresenter: Richard Levine, MD, DDSAnalysis of Adult Facial Skeletal Change with AgePresenter: Jorge Cabrera, MDFat Grafting in the Craniofacial Patient11

Presenter: Riccardo Tieghi, MDStructural Fat Grafting of the Cranio Orbito Facial Area Volumetric & Morpho-Aesthetic ImplicationsPresenter: Vivian Hsu, MDA Preliminary Report on the Use of Antibiotic-Impregnated Methyl Methacrylate in Salvage CranioplastyPresenter: Mark LloydTitanium Cranioplasty in Paediatric Craniofacial Surgery - The Birmingham ExperiencePresenter: John Turner, MDOrbital Floor Fractures: An Outcomes Study of Reconstruction in 364 CasesPresenter: Ramesh Sharma, MDReconstruction of Major Calvarial Defects Using Autogenous MaterialPresenter: Gregoire Pech-Gourg, MDPorous Hydroxyapatite Custom Made Cranioplasty in 18 ChildrenPresenter: Oleh Antonyshyn, MD, FRCSCPatient-Specific Orbital Implants: Development and Implementation of Technology for More Accurate Orbital ReconstructionPresenter: Omar Fouda Neel, MD, FRCSCA Cost-Benefit Analysis Comparing Custom Computer-Generated Craniofacial Implants Vs. Traditional BonyCranioplasty for Congenital and Traumatic Cranial DeformitiesPresenter: Amir Dorafshar, MBChB, FAAPTotal Face, Double Jaw, and Tongue Transplantation: An Evolutionary Concept1:30 - 3:30 pmConcurrent Session 3BCraniofacial Microsomia/Related ConditionsModerators: Fernando Molina, MD & Sherard A. Tatum, MDPresenter: Juan Rodriguez, MDFacial Animation in Möbius SyndromePresenter: Parit Patel, MDInvestigating the Etiopathogenesis of Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Pediatric Patients with Unilateral Craniofacial MicrosomiaPresenter: Pradip Shetye, DDS, MDSLongitudinal Growth Analysis of Mandibular Asymmetry in Unoperated Patients with UnilateralCraniofacial Microsomia (Ucfm)Presenter: Andrew Heggie, MD, DDSFinal Skeletal Correction in Craniofacial Microsomia- Strategies for Managing the Costochondral-Grafted PatientPresenter: Scott Bartlett, MD248 Years of Experience Classifying the Mandibular Deformity in Hemifacial Microsomia: A Critical Analysis of thePruzansky/Kaban Classification System Utilizing Three-Dimensional Computed TomographyPresenter: Akira Yamada, MD, PhDTotal Auricular Construction New Approach with Six Types of Framework Templates Based on Normal Curve VariationsPresenter: ZungChung Chen, MDCostomized Porous Polyethylene Framework for Ear ReconstructionPresenter: Dariush Nikkhah, BM, MSc, MRCSPlanning Surgical Reconstruction in Treacher - Collins Syndrome Using Geometric MorphometricsPresenter: Jason Wink, BAA Critical Analysis of the Relationship Between the Maxilla and the Mandible in Hemifacial MicrosomiaPresenter: Drew Schnitt, MDA Novel Approach to Osseointegrated Auricular Prostesis RetentionPresenter: David Gault, MB ChB, FRCS“I Keep It In The Drawer” - Minimising the Conflict Between Ear Reconstruction and Bahas in Children withMicrotia - A Salutory Experience from the UkPresenter: Kristin YeeManagement of Surviving Patients with Otocephaly: Treatment Algorithm and Correction of Facial Deformities12

Presenter: Christopher Gordon, MDFree Parascapular Flaps for Pruzanski Iii Hypoplastic Mandibles: Our Experience with 7 PatientsPresenter: Caroleen Shipster, MScPsychosocial, Feeding, Speech & Drooling Outcomes in Children with Beckwith Wiedemann Syndrome Following TongueReduction SurgeryPresenter: Petros Konofaos, MD, PhDEarly Fat Grafting for Augmentation of Orbitozygomatic Region in Treacher Collins Syndrome: A Preliminary Report1:30 - 3:30 pmConcurrent Session 3CCraniofacial ImagingModerators: Alex Kane, MD & Alvaro Figueroa, DDS, MSPresenter: Karen Eley, MBChB, MRCS, PGCTLCP, FHEA, MSc, DPhil“Black Bone” Mri: Changing the Face of Craniofacial ImagingPresenter: Christopher Zarella, MDRadiation Reduction Protocol Effectively Reduces Radiation Exposure During Ct Evaluation ofPediatric Craniofacial AnomaliesPresenter: Roberto Flores, MDAn Open-Access, Internet-Based, Plastic Surgery SimulatorPresenter: Allan Ponniah, MBBS, MRCS, MScMein3d. 12000 Facial Surface Scans to Create a Model of Normal Facial Variation to Aid Surgical PlanningPresenter: Shaher Khan, MDIncidence of Cns Abnormalities on Brain Mri in Infants with Pierre Robin SequencePresenter: Giovanna PaternosterTrigonocephaly and Frontal Lobe PerfusionPresenter: Mahsa Bidgoli Moghaddam, MBBSOutcome Analysis After Helmet Therapy Using 3D Photogrammetry in Patients with Deformational Plagiocephaly:The Role of Root Mean SquarePresenter: Jordan Jacobs, MDBest Face Forward: Virtual Modeling and Custom Devicefabrication to Optimize Craniofacial Vascularized CompositeAllotransplantation (Vca)Presenter: William Katowitz, MDOptical Coherence Tomography: A Potential Optic Nerve Head Imaging Modality for Craniosynostosis Patients withSuspected Raised Intracranial PressurePresenter: Oksana Jackson, MDReal Time Cine-Mri in Fetuses with Head and Neck PathologyPresenter: Mark Fisher, MDComputational Fluid Dynamics for Air Flow Modeling in Craniofacial PathoanatomyPresenter: Ben Green, BScA Classification System to Guide Orbito-Zygomatic Reconstruction Intreacher - Collins SyndromePresenter: Corbett Wilkinson, MDClinocephaly and Closure of Lateral Calvarial Sutures on Volume-Rendered Ct ReconstructionsPresenter: Thomas SatterwhiteCraniofacial Fibrous DysplasiaPresenter: Keshav Magge, MDIncidental Findings and Their Clinical Significance in Preoperative Ct for Single Suture Non Syndromic CraniosynostosisPresenter: Jeyhan Wood, MDThe Use of Brainlab Navigation in Lefort Iii OsteotomyPresenter: Freida Angullia, MDPredicting Facial Soft Tissue Changes Following Facial Osteotomies Using Geometric Morphometrics and Thin PlateSpline Warping13

4:00 - 5:30 pmPoster SessionPresenter: Oluwaseun A. Adetayo, MDSuccessful Reconstruction of Complex Pediatric Nasal Lesions: Improving Outcomes Using a Dermal RegenerativeTemplate in Pediatric Nasal DefectsPresenter: Kevin Paik, BSFemtosecond Plasma Mediated Laser Ablation has Advantages Over Mechanical Osteotomy of Cranial BonePre

Henry Spinelli, MD – United States Sherard A. Tatum, MD – United States Jesse A. Taylor, MD – United States Mark M. Urata, MD – United States John van Aalst, MD – United States Steven Wall, MD – United Kingdom S. Anthony Wolfe, MD – United States Vincent Yeow, MD – Singapore

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