June 21

CONCURRENT SESSION A: FORUM FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF CRANIOFACIAL EXPERTISE (FACE)

June 21, 19:20 to 20:30ET

Time Topic & Learning Objectives
19:20 Welcome and Introduction

Dr. Léonard Bergeron
Dr. Danny Peters

19:25 Technology trends in craniomaxillofacial surgery
C. Petropolis
Winnipeg, MB

Learning objectives:

  • Participants will be able to describe how current technology has increased access to medical modelling
  • Participants will be able to describe the basic process of medical modelling
  • Participants will be able to understand the impact of emerging technology on craniomaxillofacial surgery
19:29 DISCUSSION
19:31 In-house 3D printing for acute trauma
M. Bonapace-Potvin
Montréal, QC

Learning objectives:

  • Attendees will develop a better understanding of the in-house workflow for preparing and printing three-dimensional prints.
  • Attendees will gain knowledge about the time it takes to complete different steps and the costs incurred
  • Attendees will be able to discern potential advantages to in-house three dimensional printing for acute CMF trauma and will be in a better position to determine if and how it can be implemented in their practice
19:35 DISCUSSION
19:37 Frontal, Bitemporal Cranioplasty and Scalp Reconstruction for Ulcerative Cranial Osteomyelitis
J. Stein
Halifax, NS

Learning objectives:
Through an illustrative case description and discussion, participants will further their approach to:

  • Managing chronic cranial osteomyelitis
  • Scalp reconstruction in the setting of an infected cranial “Bone Flap”
  • Understand the impact of immunosuppression / modulation on wound healing in the setting of composite cranial / scalp reconstruction
19:40 DISCUSSION
19:43 Old school or face transplant
K Bush
Vancouver, BC

Learning objectives:

  • review management of massive facial trauma
  • discuss reconstructive techniques in management of massive facial trauma
  • discuss the role of facial transplant in managing massive facial trauma
19:46 DISCUSSION
19:49 Eye Socket Contracture Following Early Childhood Enucleation and Radiotherapy
O Antonyshyn
Toronto, ON

Learning objectives:

  • The participant will become familiar with the long term consequences of early childhood enucleation and EBRT (external beam radiotherapy) resulting in eye socket contracture
  • The participant will gain knowledge of the preoperative evaluation of a patient with an eye socket contracture
  • The participant will acquire understanding of the principles of reconstruction of the irradiated, severely contracted eye socket
19:52 DISCUSSION
19:55 Surgical management of medial orbital wall fractures: lessons learned in my first year of practice
J. DeSerres
Edmonton, AB

Learning objectives:

  • Identify techniques for improved surgical exposure of medial orbital wall fractures.
  • Perform surgical management of medial orbital wall fractures with improved confidence.
19:59 DISCUSSION
20:01 Multidisciplinary management of head and neck arteriovenous malformations using a combined Onyx embolization and resection approach.
TL Teshima
Markham, ON

Learning objectives:

  • The audience will have a better understanding on the etiology of adult arteriovenous malformations.
  • Describe a multidisciplinary curative treatment approach for arteriovenous malformations.
  • Discuss the future of genetic testing and immune modulation therapy.
20:05 DISCUSSION
20:07 Recalcitrant infraorbital fistula and ectropion secondary to maxillary keratocysts in the setting of Gorlin
G. Roumeliotis
Ottawa, ON

Learning objectives:

  • Participants will learn management of ectropion
  • Participants will learn about of the features of Nevoid Basal Cell Carcinoma Syndrome
20:10 DISCUSSION
20:13 “Captain, we’ve sprung a leak!”
M. Gilardino
Montréal, QC

Learning objectives:

  • The learner will understand risks of a CSF leak associated with congenital encephalocele.
  • The learner will understand concepts of surgical correction of encephaloceles.
  • The learner will understand potential neurological implications of encephalocele.
20:16 DISCUSSION