Webinar Masterclass Replay: Challenging Flap Reconstruction Concepts

Webinar Masterclass Replay: Challenging Flap Reconstruction Concepts

Learn diverse approaches, controversies, and practical experiences, with the goal of re-examining conventional flap reconstruction.

Lesson Plan

Challenging Flap Reconstruction Concepts
Flaps have long been considered one of the most challenging yet powerful tools in reconstructive surgery. However, do classical approaches truly provide the surgeon with a distinct advantage? In this webinar masterclass, our instructors present diverse points of view, controversies, and practical experiences, with the goal of re-examining conventional flap reconstruction.

The Instructors

Dr. Peter C. Neligan

Peter Neligan, MB, FRCS, FRCSC, FAC., is a board-certified plastic surgeon, Director of the Center for Reconstructive Surgery at UW Medical Center - Montlake, and a Professor of Surgery in the Division of Plastic Surgery at UW School of Medicine. Read more
Dr. Neligan specializes in reconstructive surgery including flap surgery, lymphatic surgery, facial re-animation and facial transplantation. Dr. Neligan has authored four books, 180 scientific papers, 75 book chapters, edited 10 textbooks and is editor-in-chief of the Journal for Reconstructive Microsurgery. He is president of the Plastic Surgery Foundation, a member of multiple professional organizations and is heavily involved in UW's Plastic Surgery Training Program.

Dr. Jaume Masia

Dr. Masia introduces the most recent microsurgical techniques for breast reconstruction and surgical treatment of lymphedema in Spain since 2000. Nowadays, he is the chief of the Plastic Surgery Service of the Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau and the Hospital del Mar of Barcelona, ​​which simultaneously combine as director of the Advanced Mammary Reconstruction and Microsurgery Unit of Clinica Planas. Read more
His impetus to share and develop new methods and experiences has allowed him to participate as speaker in one hundred congresses around the world, besides being professor of the Department of Surgery of the Faculty of Medicine of the Autonomous University of Barcelona.

Dr. Claudio Angrigiani

Dr. Angrigiani is the Chief of the Division of Plastic Surgery Hospital D.F. Santojanni, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. From 1991 to 1996 he was Visiting Professor University Miami Jackson Memorial Hospital, Albany; University of California Irvine; University UCLA; University of Wisconsin; Read more
Gent University Hospital, Belgium and the Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation. He received the Robert Ivy Award for the best paper presented at the 1996 ASPS Meeting New Orleans USA, and pbtained the National Academy of Medicine Award Buenos Aires Argentina. He is a member of the American Association of Plastic Surgeons and of the American Society of Plastic Surgery.

Objectives

Learn traditional and innovative approaches and methodologies to flap reconstruction
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