Programme

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Last Updated: 21st August 2017

Friday 22nd September 2017
08:00 - 19:45Registration OpensLobby
09:00 - 12:30Ear Sculpting WorkshopMulti-Function Hall
12:30 - 13:30Lunch (for attendees of the Ear Sculpting Workshop only)Lakeside Coffee
13:30 - 13:50Welcome SessionMulti-Function Hall
SESSION 1 – Otoplasty and Acquired Deformity
Chairs: Hengyun Sun and Kay Chang
Multi-Function Hall
13:50 – 13:59S1.1
Secondary Otoplasty for Prominent Ears

Young Soo Kim
Bona Microtia and Aesthetic Ear Surgery Clinic, South Korea
13:59 – 14:08S1.2
OTOPLASTY, FROM A SIMPLE TECNIQUE TO A NIGHTMARE. & STAHL EAR'S (NEW CORRECTION CONCEPT)

José Javier Zepeda
American British Hospital, Mexico
14:08 – 14:17S1.3
12-month experience using of a memory form clip which recreates the anthelical fold

Alexandre Marchac
Assistance Publique des Hôpitaux de Paris, France
14:17 – 14:26S1.4
Dermal Anchor Technique (=DAT): A New Cartilage Sparing Procedure for Correction of the Prominent Ear Deformity

Mehmet Mutaf
Acibadem Bodrum Hospital, Turkey
14:26 – 14:35S1.5
Ear reduction surgery; indications and technique

Mai Rostom, Luca Lancerotto, Kenneth Stewart
NHS Lothian, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
14:35 – 14:55Keynote Lecture 1
An International Study to Develop a Patient-Reported Outcome Measure for Ear Conditions: The EAR-Q

Dr Anne Klassen
14:55 – 15:04S1.6
Algorithm for Ear reconstruction after radical resection of arteriovenous malformation of the auricular region

Dov Charles Goldenberg, Marina Ferreira, Rolf Gemperli
Hospital Das Clinicas University of Sao Paulo Medical School, Brazil
15:04 – 15:13S1.7
Surgical options for external ear congenital vascular anomalies - Consecutive 7 years’ experience of a Tertiary referral centre

Kapila Mendis, Neil Bulstrode
Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom
15:13 – 15:22S1.8
Surgical correction of cauliflower ear

Jeong-Hoon Oh, Dong Hee Lee, Kyung Ho Park, Sang Won Yeo
The Catholic University of Korea, South Korea
15:22 – 15:31S1.9
Optimal Surgery Sequence in Constricted Ear Treatment with Free Auricular Composite Grafts

Haiyue Jiang
Plastic Surgery Hospital, Cams and Pumc, China
15:31 – 15:51Keynote Lecture 2
Ear reconstruction in cases of post traumatic amputation from partial to total defects: personal rules and algorithm

Dr Francoise Firmin
15:51 – 16:21Coffee BreakLakeside Coffee
SESSION 1 continued
Chairs: S O Wikstrom and Gabriel Osorno
16:30– 16:39S1.10
Classification and Correction of minor congenital ear anomalies of the upper third: surgical and non-surgical approach

Pierre-Luc Vincent(1), Françoise Firmin(2)
(1)Hôpital Saint-Joseph Saint-luc, France, (2)Clinique Georges BIZET, France
16:39 – 16:48S1.11
Refinements in reconstruction of acquired auricular defects

Walid Sabbagh
Royal Free Hospital, United Kingdom
16:48 – 16:57S1.12
Management of cryptotia: A single centre experience

Li Yenn Yong(1), Kenneth Stewart(2)
(1)University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom, (2)Royal Hospital for Sick Children, United Kingdom
16:57 – 17:06S1.13
Clinical characteristics and surgical correction of accessory tragus and preauricular skin tag

Jeong-Hoon Oh
The Catholic University of Korea, South Korea
17:06 – 17:15S1.14
Iatrogenic Ear Deformities: Their Presentation and Correction

Chul Park, Jung Youl Park
The Seoul Center for Developmental Ear Anomalies, Korea University Hospital, South Korea
17:15 – 17:24S1.15
Craniofacial Microsomia Associated Chromosome Instability: Large Fragment Chromosome Variations and Relevant Genes

Yong-Biao Zhang(1), Jiao Zhang(2), Qing-Guo Zhang(2)
(1)Beijing Institute of Genomics, Chinese Academy of Sciences and Key Laboratory of Genome Science and Information, China, (2)Plastic Surgery Hospital, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, China
17:24 – 17:33S1.16
Protruding ears: treatment of upper third and personal modification to the lobe

Dr Guillermo Franze
Private Practice, Argentina
17:33 – 17:53Keynote Lecture 3
Three-Stage Functional Ear Reconstruction for Microtia with Congenital Aural Stenosis

Professor Tianyu Zhang
18:00 – 20:00Welcome ReceptionLakeside Coffee
Friday 22nd September 2017
SESSION 2 – Hemifacial Microsomia
Chairs: Leila Kasrai and Walid Sabbagh
Multi-Function Hall
08:00 – 08:20Keynote Lecture 4
Systematic Approach to the Two-Stage Auricular Reconstruction: Auricular reconstruction for hemifacial microsomia cases

Dr Satoru Nagata
08:20 – 08:29S2.1
WES and WGS based on congenital microtia of discordant monozygotic twins

Feng Xu, Ruhong Zhang
Shanghai 9th People's Hospital, Shanghai JiaoTong University, China
08:29 – 08:38S2.2
An international project to develop and Implement patient-centred outcome measurement for craniofacial macrosomia

Neil Bulstrode(1), David Dunaway(1), Maarten Koudstaal(2), Christopher Forrest(3), Bonnie Padwa(4), Justine O'Hara(5), Tom Kelly(5)
(1)Great Ormond Street Hospital, United Kingdom, (2)Erasmus MC - Sophia Children’s Hospital, The Netherlands, (3)Sick Kids, Canada, (4)Boston Children’s Hospital, United States of America, (5)International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement, United States of America
08:38 – 08:47S2.3
Medical and Psychosocial Concerns of Adolescents and Young Adults with Microtia and Craniofacial Microsomia

Kay Chang, Kayla Hamilton, Jonathan Bernstein
Stanford University, United States of America
08:47 – 08:56S2.4
Microtia Reconstruction in Hemifacial Microsomia Patients

Jung Youl Park, Chul Park
The Seoul Center of Developmental Ear Anomalies, Korea University Hospital, South Korea
08:56 – 09:05S2.5
Use of Dermofat Graft and Platelet Rich Plasma (=PRP) Combination for Simultaneous Correction of Facial Asymmetry in Patients with Microtia Associated Hemifacial Microsomia

Mehmet Mutaf
Acibadem Bodrum Hospital, Turkey
09:05 – 09:14S2.6
Fat Grafting in Auricular Reconstruction

Grant A. Fairbanks, Dr Grant R. Fairbanks
University of Utah School of Medicine, United States of America
SESSION 3 – Microtia Reconstruction
Chairs: Qingguo Zhang and Guillermo Franze
Multi-Function Hall
09:20 – 09:29S3.1
An easy technique to check the probable outcome of skin draping in autologous auricular reconstruction

Sellakkuddy Selvaganesh, Kapila C Mendis, Romesh Gunasegara
Lady Ridgeway Hospital for Children, Sri Lanka
09:29 – 09:38S3.2
Ear Reconstruction with Ba Da Chu Method - 10 Years Experience of Our Team

Leren He
Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College, China
09:38 – 09:47S3.3
Auricular Reconstruction in Egypt: Developing a Dedicated and Multifaceted service

Ahmed Mazeed(1), Samia Saied(2), Tarek Abulezz(2), Gamal Youssef Elsayed(2), Neil Bulstrode(3)
(1)Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London, United Kingdom and Sohag University, Egypt, (2)Sohag University, Egypt, (3)Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, United Kingdom
09:47 – 09:56S3.4
Reconstruction of Lobule-Remnant Microtia: Expanded Two-Flap Method VS Embedding and Elevation Method

Chul Park, Jung Youl Park
The Seoul Center for Developmental Ear Anomalies, Korea University Hospital, South Korea
09:56 – 10:05S3.5
Autologous Cartilage Microtia Reconstruction: Complications and Risk Factors

Chenlong Li, Tianyu Zhang
Eye & ENT Hospital, Fudan University, China
10:05 – 10:14S3.6
Brent’s technique for Microtia Reconstruction: Experience with 504 consecutive patients

Gabriel Osorno
Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia
10:14 – 10:44Coffee BreakLakeside Coffee
SESSION 3 – Continued
Chairs: Grant Fairbanks and Young Soo Kim
Multi-Function Hall
10:50 – 10:59S3.7
Autologous Ear Reconstruction using the Firmin technique in 250 consecutive cases: Lessons learnt

Parag Telang
Designer Bodyz, Centre for Advanced Plastic Surgery, India
10:59 – 11:08S3.8
A New Classification of Helix Fabrication with Autogenous Costal Cartilage in Microtia Reconstruction

Zhicheng Xu, Datao Li, Yiyuan Li, Feng Xu, Qun Zhang, Ruhong Zhang
Shanghai 9th People's Hospital, Shanghai JiaoTong University, China
11:08 – 11:17S3.9
Systematic approach to the two-stage auricular reconstruction

Satoru Nagata
Nagata Microtia and Reconstructive Plastic Surgery Clinic, Japan
11:17 – 11:26S3.10
Establishment of a standardized technique for concha-type microtia. ―How to incorporate the cartilage frame into the remnant ear―

Takatoshi Yotsuyanagi, Ken Yamashita, Shinji Katoh, Asuka Sugai, Akiyo Suzuki, Ayaka Kitada
Sapporo Medical University School of Medicine, Japan
11:26 – 11:35S3.11
The personal experience of Nagata auricular reconstruction method for lobule type and small concha type microtia

Meishui Wang, Houbing Zheng, Xiuying Shan, Shanying Wu, Chen Lei, Biao Wang
The First Affiliated Hospital of Fujian Medical University, China
11:35 – 11:44S3.12
Salvage of Banked Costal Cartilage Auricular Framework

Grant A. Fairbanks, Grant R. Fairbanks
University of Utah School of Medicine, United States of America
11:44 – 11:53S3.13
Experiences of two stage ear reconstructive technique in 94 microtia patients

Xu Zhou, Qingguo Zhang, Tun Liu, Yangchun Xie, Yue Wang, Jingtian Hu, Jing Qian, Xue Ou Yang, Bingqing Wang
Plastic Surgery Hospital, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peiking Union Medical College, China
11:53 – 12:02S3.15
PURSUING THE SUPREME CHALLENGE: LEARNING THE ART OF EAR RECONSTRUCTION

Maria Fernanda Valotta, Mariano Zambudio
Private Practice, Capital Federal, Argentina
12:02 – 12:11S3.16
Ear Reconstruction in Argentina: 7 centers around Argentina working with Firmin's Technique

Guillermo Franze
Private Practice, Argentina
12:20 – 12:50General Assembly & Bid for ISAR 2020Multi-Function Hall
12:50 – 13:50LunchLakeside Coffee
SESSION 4 – Porus Polyethylene and Tissue Engineering
Chairs: Maria Fernanda Valotta and Patrizia Ferretti
Multi-Function Hall
13:55 – 14:15Keynote Lecture 5
Ear Reconstruction in 21st Century

Dr John Reinisch
14:15 – 14:24S4.1
Preliminary Results of Novel Costochondro-polyethylene Composite Graft for Microtia Reconstruction in Chinese Patients

Peter Ku(1), Osan Ho(1), Nelson Lai(1), Willis Tsang(3), Wendy Kwan(1), Victor Abdullah(1), Andrew van Hasselt(2), Michael Tong(2)
(1)United Christian Hospital, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, (2)Prince of Wales Hospital, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, (3) Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
14:24 – 14:33S4.2
One-stage Auricle Reconstruction with Medpor Framework covered by double Fascia

Wu Jianming(1), Lu Zhongkai(1), Liu Yang(1), Lin Zihao(2), Wu Baojin(3)
(1)Shanghai Oriental Beauty Medical Beauty Clinic, China, (2)The Second Military Medical University Affiliated Chang Zheng Hospital, China, (3)Fudan University Affiliated Huashan Hospital, China
14:33 – 14:42S4.3
Comparison of Su-Por and Medpor Porous Implant Ear Reconstructions for microtia treatment

Sheryl Lewin
Lewin Ear Reconstruction, United States of America
14:42 – 14:51S4.4
Porous Polyethylene Implant and Rib Cartilage in Ear Reconstruction: A Comparison

Sasan Hamzavi(1), Henning Frenzel(2), John Reinisch(3)
(1)University Hospital Vienna, Austria, (2)University Hospital Lübeck, Germany, (3)University of California, United States of America
14:51– 15:00S4.5
Challenges in Porous Implant Ear Reconstruction (PIER)

Sheryl Lewin
Lewin Ear Reconstruction, United States of America
15:00 – 15:09S4.6
Biofabrication of a modular auricular cartilage implant

Iris Otto, Corstiaan Breugem, Moshe Kon, Jos Malda
University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands
15:09 – 15:18S4.7
Ear Reconstruction in microtic patients with a 3 D Poli-e-caprolactona scaffold seeded with microtic auricular chondrocyte

Claudia Gutierrez Gomez(1), María Cristina Velasquillo Martínez(2), C. Yaaziel Melgarejo Ramíre(2),(3), Clemente Ibarra Ponce de León(2), Sang Jin Lee(4), James Yoo(4), Roberto Sánchez Sánchez(2),(3), Sandra Patricia Gaspar Carrillo(2)
(1)Hospital General Dr. Manuel Gea Gonzalez, Mexico, (2)Instituto Nacional de Rehabilitación (INR), (3)Centro Nacional de Investigación y Atención de Quemados, 4Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, United States of America
15:18 – 15:27S4.8
Auricular cartilage progenitor cells as a novel source for cartilage tissue engineering

Iris Otto(1), Riccardo Levato(1), Richard Webb(2), Ilyas Khan(2), Corstiaan Breugem(1), Moshe Kon(1), Jos Malda(1),(3)
(1)University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands, (2)Center of Nanohealth, Swansea University, Wales, UK, (3)Utrecht University, The Netherlands
15:27 – 15:36S4.9
Bioprinting Auricular Cartilage Grafts with Next-Generation Bioinks

Marcy Zenobi-Wong(1), Philipp Fisch(1), Benjamin Kessel(1), Mihyun Lee(1), Meike Harder, Thomas Linder(3), Daniel Simmen(2)
(1)ETH Zürich, Switzerland, (2)Klinik Hirslanden, Switzerland, (3)Luzerner Kantonsspital, Switzerland
15:36 – 16:06Coffee BreakLakeside Coffee
SESSION 5 – 3D Printing and Psychology
Chairs: Martin Öberg and Claudia Gutierrez
Multi-Function Hall
16:10 – 16:30Keynote Lecture 6
Paediatric ear cartilage engineering – Adipose derived stem cells, microtic chondroblasts or both?

Professor Patrizia Ferretti
16:30 – 16:39S5.1
Optimizing autologous ear reconstruction with 3D technology in preoperative planning

Luca Lancerotto, Li Yong, Kenneth Stewart
Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
16:39 – 16:48S5.2
Application of three-dimensional mechanical equilibrium concept in cartilage sculpture for total auricular reconstruction

Zhenyu Zhang, Zhengyong Li, Junjie Chen, Junliang Wu, Ying Cen
Aesthetic Plastic and Burn Surgery, West China Hospital, Sichuan University, China
16:48 – 16:57S5.3
Personalized treatment of traumatic auricular defects assisted with three dimensional digital reconstruction technique

Qinghua Yang
Plastic Surgery Hospital, CAMS and PUMC, China
16:57 – 17:06S5.4
Use of a 3-D printer and medpor reconstruction for microtia patients

Corstiaan Breugem
Wilhelmina Children's Hospital, The Netherlands
17:06 -17:15S5.5
3D printed models of auricular subunits to aid intra-operative construction of cartilage framework in Microtia repair using the Firmin technique

Mai Thy Truong, Kay Chang
Stanford Children's Hospital, United States
17:15 -17:24S5.6
Computer assisted auricular template preparation in unilateral repair microtia

Shay Izhak Duvdevani(1),(2)
(1)The Chaim Sheba Medical Center, Tel-Hashomer, Israel, (2)Sackler School of Medicine – Tel Aviv University, Israel
17:24 – 17:33S5.7
ROLE OF 3D PRINTING IN AUTOLOGOUS EAR RECONSTRUCTION: FUTURE IS GOING TO BE AMAZING!

Parag Telang
Designer Bodyz, Centre for Advanced Plastic Surgery, India
17:33 – 17:53Keynote Lecture 7
Auricular reconstruction based on tissue engineering technology

Dr Yilin Cao
18:00 – TBCCultural Evening Lakeside Coffee
Sunday 24 th September 2017
SESSION 6 – General
Chairs: Alexander Marchac and Ken Stewart
Multi-Function Hall
08:00 – 08:20Keynote Lecture 8
Ear Reconstruction: From Replication to Aesthetics

Professor Ruhong Zhang
08:20 – 08:29S6.1
Incidence of velopharyngeal insufficiency secondary due to soft palate dysfunction in children with microtia

Claire Van Hövell Tot Westerflier(1), John Reinisch(2), Youssef Tahiri(2), Corstiaan Breugem(1)
(1)Wilhelmina Children's Hospital, The Netherlands, (2)Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, USA
08:29 – 08:38S6.2
Surgical Correction of Mirror Ear - A Rare External Ear Anomaly

Whitney Quong(1), Neil Bulstrode(2)
(1)University of Toronto, Canada, (2)Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, United Kingdom
08:38 – 08:47S6.3
Does the 3D cartilage construct in microtia patients stand the test of time? A greater than 10 year followup

Leila Kasrai, David Fisher
University of Toronto, Canada
08:47 – 08:56S6.4
The maturity of pinna of paediatric subjects in Hong Kong---A pilot study

Osan Ho, Peter Ku, Nelson Lai, Victor Abdullah, Andrew van Hasselt, Michael Tong
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
08:56 – 09:05S6.5
Improving the efficiency of PROMs development and data collection

Neil Bulstrode(1), Ahmed Mazeed(1), Luca Lancerotto(2), Ken Stewart(2), Anne Klassen(3), Andrew Harrison(4)
(1)Great Ormond Street Hospital, United Kingdom, (2)Royal Hospital Sick Children, United Kingdom, (3)McMasters University, Canada, (4)Imperial St Marys, United Kingdom
09:05 – 09:14S6.6
Approaching Uncommon Problems in Auricular Reconstruction

Grant A. Fairbanks, Grant R. Fairbanks
University of Utah School of Medicine, United States of America
09:14 – 09:23S6.7
Evaluation of MRI Safety for Surgical Steel Suture used for Microtia Reconstruction

Tania Kraai(1), Randall Loch(1), Frank Shellock(2)
(1)University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, United States of America, (2)University of Southern California, Los Angeles, United States of America
09:23 – 09:53Coffee BreakLakeside Coffee
SESSION 6 – General Continued
Chairs: Stéphane Guichard and Neil Bulstrode
Multi-Function Hall
10:00 – 10:09S6.8
Splinting after Ear Reconstruction: A stepwise and inexpensive workflow protocol

Herman Jr. Vercruysse(1),(2), James I.J. Green(1), Gaynor Osman(1), Brigitte Harrison(1), Kana Miyagi(1), Neil W. Bulstrode(1)
(1)Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, United Kingdom, (2)University Hospital of Antwerp, Belgium
10:09 -10:18S6.9
Ear Parallax: The Importance of Correct Ear Positioning in Auricular Reconstruction

David Fisher(1), Leila Kasrai(1), David Sainsbury(2), Simon Filson(1)
(1)University of Toronto, Canada, (2)Royal Victoria Infirmary, United Kingdom
10:18 – 10:27S6.10
Parental preferences for the first consultation for microtia: a cross-sectional cohort study

Claire Van Hövell Tot Westerflier(1), Inge Stegeman(2),(3), Marvick Muradin(1), Adriana Smit(3), Corstiaan Breugem(1)
(1)Wilhelmina Children's Hospital, The Netherlands, (2)Cochrane Netherlands, Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care, University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands, (3)University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands
10:27 – 10:36S6.11
EAR RECONSTRUCTION WITH BANKED MATERNAL CARTILAGE

Mehmet Mutaf
Acibadem Bodrum Hospital, Turkey
10:36 – 10:45S6.12
The Methods and Advances of Osseointegration for Microtia

Wang Kai
Zhabei Central Hospital Shanghai, China
10:45 – 10:54S6.13
Rib Cartilage Assessment Relative to the Healthy Ear in Young Children with Microtia Guiding operative timing

Shensong Kang
Henan Provincial People’s Hospital, Zhengzhou University, China
10:54 – 11:04Keynote Lecture 9
Efficacy and safety of staged aesthetic and hearing rehabilitation in patients with bilateral microtia-atresia

Dr Xiaowei Chen
11:03 – 11:33Coffee BreakLakeside Coffee
SESSION 7 – Hearing
Chairs: Martin Oberg and Xiaowei Chen
Multi-Function Hall
11:40 – 12:00Keynote Lecture 10
Binaural hearing in congenital atresia: comparison of bone conduction and active middle ear stimulation

Dr Henning Frenzel
12:00 – 12:09S7.1
Outcome of combining BAHA Attract or Vibrant Soundbridge hearing implants with autologous auricular reconstruction in children: the Scottish experience

Alex Bennett, Ken Stewart, Ruth Henderson, Dawn Lamerton, Diahann Whitefield
University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
12:09 – 12:18S7.2
Auricular reconstruction – a surgical treatment for aural atresia and ossicular chain deformity. Aiming towards combined, aesthetic and hearing restoration

Shay Izhak Duvdevani(1),(2)
(1)The Chaim Sheba Medical Center, Israel, (2)Tel Aviv University, Israel
12:18 – 12:27S7.3
Congenital Aural Stenosis: Clinical Features and Long-term Outcomes

Chenlong Li, Tianyu Zhang
Eye & ENT Hospital, Fudan University, China
12:27 – 12:36S7.4
Simultaneous surgical strategy of auricular reconstruction and bone bridge implantation for bilateral microtia patients

Qingguo Zhang(1), Shouqin Zhao(2)
(1)Plastic Surgery Hospital, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College, China, (2)Tongren Hospital of Capital
12:36 – 12:45S7.5
Congenital aural atresia and stenosis: Surgery strategies and long-term results

Chenlong Li, Tianyu Zhang
Eye & ENT Hospital, Fudan University, China
12:45 – 12:54S7.6
Comparison of the effects of bone bridge, Vibrant Soundbridge and BAHA in patients with Bilateral Congenital Deformation of Middle and Outer Ears

YiHui Zou, ShiMing Yang
Pla General Hospital, China
13:00 – 15:00LunchLakeside Coffee
SESSION 8 – Skin Cover
Chairs: Moshe Kon and Chul Park
Multi-Function Hall
15:00 – 14:20Keynote Lecture 11
TBC
Professor Shuzhong Guo
14:20 – 14:29S8.1
Skin surface area of the healthy auricle and skin deficiency in microtia patients accurately measured by a new method involving microCT imaging and mesh model analysis

Iris A. Otto(1), Rob F.M. van Doremalen(1), Ferry P.W. Melchels(1), Michail N. Kolodzynski(1), Behdad Pouran(2), Jos Malda(1),(2) Moshe Kon(1), Corstiaan C. Breugem(1)
(1)University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands, (2)Utrecht University, The Netherlands
14:29 – 14:38S8.2
Anatomic study of the temporoparietal and occipital fascial flaps for complex auricular reconstruction – implications for flap design

Scott Stephan1, Shanik Fernando1, John Reinisch2
(1)Vanderbilt University Medical Center, United States of America, (2)Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, United States of America
14:38 – 14:47S8.3
Hyaluronic Acid Expansion in Auricular Reconstruction - Modifications of the Technique and Early Experience with South African Patients

Yvonne Brakovsky(1),(2)
(1)Department of Plastic@reconstructive Surgery, South Africa, (2)University of Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa
14:47 – 14:56S8.4
A New Microtia Reconstruction Method Using delayed Postauricular Skin Flap

Gaofeng Li
Hunan Provincial People’s Hospital, China
14:56 – 15:05S8.5
A Clinically Important Anatomic Variation of the Superficial Temporal Artery

Claire Van Hövell Tot Westerflier(1),(2), John Reinisch(2), Youssef Tahiri(2), Corstiaan Breugem(1)
(1)Wilhelmina Children's Hospital, University Medical Center Utrecht, Netherlands (2)Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, United States of America
15:05 – 15:14S8.6
An Analysis of Temporoparietal Fascia Flaps in Children (<15years old): Its Clinical Implications in Total Auricular Reconstruction

Young Soo Kim
Bona Microtia and Aesthetic Ear Surgery Clinic, South Korea
15:14 – 15:23S8.8
Tissue expander, make ear reconstruction easier

Bo Pan
Plastic Surgery Hospital, Cams and Pumc, China
15:23 – 15:32S8.9
Simply using expansive retroauricular flap to cover reconstituted cartilage in total auricular reconstruction: clinical efficacy and case anlysis

Zhenyu Zhang, Zhengyong Li, Ying Cen, Junjie Chen, Junliang Wu
West China Hospital, Sichuan University, China
15:32 – 15:41S8.10
Auricular reconstruction using retroauricular scalp flap and autogenous costal cartilage

Zhen Cai, Zaihong Chen, Xiaobo You
Sichuan Academy of Medical Sciences & Sichuan Provincal People’s Hospital, China
15:41 – 15:50S8.11
A novel two-stage strategy combining tissue expansion and Nagata’s technique for auricular reconstruction

Liu Tun
Plastic Surgery Hospital, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College, China
15:50 – 16:10Coffee BreakLakeside Coffee
SESSION 9 – Projection
Chairs: Corstiaan Breugem and Ruhong Zhang
Multi-Function Hall
16:10 – 16:19S9.1
Maintenance of auricular projection following two-stage autologous reconstruction and splintage

Kana Miyagi, Gaynor Osman, Brigitte Harrison, Herman Jr. Vercruysse, James I.J. Green, Neil W. Bulstrode
Great Ormond Street Hospital, United Kingdom
16:19 – 16:28S9.2
The Use of Medpor as a Projection Block for the Elevation of the Constructed Auricle in Total Auricular Reconstruction

Young Soo Kim
Bona Microtia and Aesthetic Ear Surgery Clinic, South Korea
16:28 – 16:37S9.3
Minimal access approach to harvest the banked costal cartilage during the second stage of autologous ear reconstruction

Kapila Mendis, Neil Bulstrode
Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom
16:37 – 16:46S9.4
Elevation of Constructed Ear using Deep Temporal Fascia Flap in Total Auricular Reconstruction

Young Soo Kim
Bona Microtia and Aesthetic Ear Surgery Clinic, South Korea
16:46 – 16:55S9.5
Single Stage Autologous Ear Reconstruction for Microtia: an Analysis of Projection Symmetry in 20 Consecutive Patients

David Fisher, Leila Kasrai
University of Toronto, Canada
16:55 – 17:04S9.6
Modified Technique for Elevation of Ear Frame In Microtia Reconstruction Using Split Thickness Costal Cartilage Graft: A Case Report

Indri Lakhsmi Putri
Airlangga University, Indonesia
17:10 – 18:00Special Group Case Discussion with Expert Panel
19:30 – 23:00Conference DinnerLakeside Coffee