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January 22nd-23rd, 2017 - 1st ASPN-ASCFS Joint Society Session
Sunday January 22nd
12:00-0400
Haileakala Ballroom 4 Foyer
ASCFS REGISTRATION OPEN
TIME TBD
Fairmont Hotel
ASPN WELCOME RECEPTION - ASCFS Members Welcome With Purchased Ticket
Monday January 23rd - Location: The Fairmont Hotel
0700-1220
Fairmont Hotel
ASCFS REGISTRATION OPEN
0645-0730 Joint Society Breakfast
0730-0740 WELCOMING REMARKS
Richard Ellenbogen ASPN
Richard Hopper ASCFS
0740-0900 ASPN-ASCFS SESSION 1: IF, WHEN AND HOW TO TREAT ICP
Chairs: Brad Weprin (ASPN) and Steve Baker (ASCFS)
0740-0750 Pre-operative incidence of raised ICP in sagittal synostosis
Steven Wall
Oxford, UK
0750-0800 HICUP: Hydrocephalus and Increased pressure causing unnecessary procedures
Owase Jeelani
London, UK
0800-0808 Riding the bone-pressure wave: protocoled early treatment for complex synostosis
Richard Hopper
Seattle
0808-0818 Treating the cause of ICP in complex craniosynostosis: breathing matters
Irene Mathijssen
Rotterdam, Netherlands
0818-0900 DISCUSSION
0900-0915 COFFEE BREAK
0915-1025 ASPN-ASCFS SESSION 2: IF, WHEN AND HOW TO TREAT CHIARI
Chairs: Richard Ellenbogen (ASPN) and John Persing (ASCFS)
0915-0925 Occipital approach to the Chiari Malformation
Brad Weprin
Dallas
0925-0930 Simultaneous suboccipital decompression during posterior cranial vault surgery - Technique
David Sacco
Dallas
0935-0940 Simultaneous suboccipital decompression during posterior cranial vault surgery - Outcomes
Jeffrey Fearon
Dallas
0940-0945 Bicoronal approach to the Chiari Malformation
Ruth Bristol
Phoenix
0945-0955 Early experience with posterior cranial vault distraction to treat Chiari Malformation
Stephen Dover
Birmingham, UK
0955-1025 DISCUSSION
1025-1220 ASPN-ASCFS SESSION 3: IF, WHEN AND HOW TO TREAT SAGITTAL SYNOSTOSIS
Chairs: (ASPN) and Joseph Gruss (ASCFS)
1040-1048 Strip craniectomy for sagittal synostosis
Robert Keating
Washington
1048-1058 Objective considerations in choosing the timing and type of surgical correction of sagittal synostosis
John Persing
New Haven
1058-1106 Timing and technique in treating sagittal synostosis - a case cohort comparison
Irene Mathijssen
Rotterdam, Netherlands
1106-1114 Spring cranioplasty for sagittal synostosis
Owase Jeelani
Wellington, New Zealand
1114-1122 Endoscopic-assisted strip craniectomy
Matthew Smyth
St. Louis
1122-1130 Comparison of strip craniectomy and cranial vault remodeling
David Johnson
Oxford, UK
1130-1135 Leave the forehead alone - it takes care of itself
Amy Lee
Seattle
1135-1140 Treat the forehead - it’s what you see the first
Steven Buchman
Ann Arbor
1140-1145 Pre-operative helmet molding therapy for sagittal synostosis
Sandeep Sood
Detroit
1145-1215 DISCUSSION
1215-1220 CONCLUDING REMARKS
1230-13:30 Craniopagus Twins: Special Symposium
12:30 - 12:35 Introduction
12:35 - 13:30 Symposium: Craniopagus Twins: Team, Triumph and When to Walk Away
  ADJOURNMENT OF JOINT SESSION
 
January 24th-25th, 2017 - 1st ASCFS Symposium
Tuesday January 24th - Location: The Grand Wailea Hotel
0700-1330 ASCFS REGISTRATION OPEN (GRAND WAILEA HOTEL)
0645-0730 BREAKFAST WITH EXHIBITORS
0730-0900 ASCFS SESSION 1: ANTERIOR SYNOSTOSIS
Chair: John Van Aalst
Cincinatti
0730-0736 Distraction Osteogenesis for Unicoronal Craniosynostosis: Technique Evolution and Case Series
Amanda A. Gosman
San Diego
0736-0742 Endoscopic cranial distraction osteogenesis for the treatment of newborn coronal craniosynostosis. A five year experience.
Eric Stelnicki
Fort lauderdale
0742-0748 To Operate or Not?: Surgical Decision-making Concerning the Spectrum of Orbitofrontal Deformity Associated with Metopic Suture Closure
Min-Jeong Cho
Dallas
0748-0754 Surgical ‘Hypercorrection’ of Trigonocephaly: Evaluation of Surgical Outcomes
Steven R. Buchman
Ann Arbor
0800-0806 A single stage approach to the management of trigonoscaphocephaly as a result of combined metopic and sagittal synostosis
David Johnson
Oxford
0806-0821 DISCUSSION
0821-0827 Minor suture fusion may underlie major calvarial suture synostosis in infants with FGFR2 mutations
Christopher M. Runyan
Winston, Salem
0827-0833 Squamosal Suture Synostosis: Increasing Incidence or Increasing Perception?
Chad Perlyn
Miami
0833-0839 The Incidence and Impact of Squamosal Suture Synostosis
Gregory PL Thomas
Oxford
0839-0845 Squamosal Craniosynostosis: Expected Phenotype and Management
Kashyap Tadisina
St. Louis
0845-0900 DISCUSSION
0900-0920 COFFEE BREAK WITH EXHIBITORS
0920-1020 ASCFS SESSION 2: FELLOWSHIP TRAINING
Chair: Mark Urata
Los Angeles
0920-0926 Analysis of practice settings for craniofacial surgery fellowship graduates in North America
Christopher M. Runyan
Winston-Salem
0926-0929 non-ACGME Model
Joseph Losee
Pittsburgh
0929-0932 ACGME Model
Steve Buchman
Ann Arbor
0932-0935 non-ACGME Model
Craig Birgfeld
Seattle
0935-0938 ACGME Model
Jesse Taylor
Philadelphia
0938-0948 American College of Pediatric Neurological Surgery (ACPNF) Perspective
R. Michael Scott
Boston
0948-1020 DISCUSSION
1020-1125 ASCFS SESSION 3: OUTCOME AND SAFETY
Chair: Alex Kane
Dallas
1020-1026 Craniosynostosis Surgery: Impact of TXA Dosing
Nicole Kurnik
Phoenix
1026-1032 Risk Factors Associated with Allogenic Blood Exposure in Primary Infant Cranial Vault Remodeling for Craniosynostosis
Niyant V. Patel
Akron
1032-1038 Qualitative Methods in the Development of a Bilingual and Bicultural Quality of Life Outcomes Measure for Pediatric Patients with Craniofacial Conditions
Viridiana J. Tapia
San Diego
1038-1044 Analysis of Morbidity, Readmission, and Reoperation after Craniosynostosis Repair in Children
Kevin Jubbal
La Jolla
1050-1100 DISCUSSION
1100-1106 Is Lumbar Puncture a Reliable Measure of Intracranial Pressure
Gregory Hornig
Kansas City
1106-1112 Patterns of intracranial pressure in children with craniosynostosis utilizing optical coherence tomography
Jordan W. Swanson
Managua
1112-1118 Assessment of Developmental Delay in Late Presenting Single-Suture, Non-Syndromic Craniosynostosis
Stefani Fontana
Kansas City
1118-1125 DISCUSSION
1125-1140 COFFEE BREAK WITH EXHIBITORS
1140-1330 ASCFS SESSION 4: POSTERIOR SYNOSTOSIS
Chair: Davinder Singh
Phoenix
1140-1146 The Impact of Age on Re-Operation Rates Following Whole Vault Cranioplasty: Long Term Neurocognitive Outcomes in Sagittal Synostosis
John A. Persing
New Haven
1146-1152 Long Term Follow-up of Endoscopic Strip Craniectomy for Sagittal Craniosynostosis
Lukasz Swistun
Salt Lake City
1152-1158 Cranial Expansion Re-Establishes Resting Connectivity Patterns By Functional MRI In Nonsyndromic Sagittal Synostosis
John Jensen
Milwaukee
1158-1204 Sagittal Craniosynostosis post-operative admission to ward vs. ICU - Is it safe with lower cost?
Artur Fahradyan
Los Angeles
1204-1210 DISCUSSION
1210-1216 The Michigan Method of Total Cranial Vault Remodeling for Sagittal Synostosis
Christian J. Vercler
Ann Arbor
1216-1222 Understanding the Burden of Scaphocephaly: A Health Utility Outcomes Study
Victoria Kuta
Halifax
1222-1228 Location and Rate of Maximal Head Shape Change in Infants with Sagittal Craniosynostosis Treated with Limited Incision Strip Craniectomy, Barrel Staving and Helmet Therapy: A 2D and 3D Quantitative Analysis
Shitel Patel
Houston
1228-1234 Hypoxia Signaling as a Key Mediator of Calvarial Osteogenesis: The Role of HIF-2 alpha on Sagittal Suture Development
Kavitha Ranganathan
Ann Arbor
1234-1240 DISCUSSION
1240-1248 Specifics of Head Shape Improvement with Preop Molding Helmet for Sagittal Synostosis: "Beyond the C.I."
Arlene Rozzelle
Detroit
1246-1252 A Single Surgeon’s 20 Year Experience of Total Vault Remodeling in the Treatment of Sagittal Craniosynsostosis: A compilation of perioperative outcomes, complications, and long term results in skeletal maturity
Larry Sargent
Sandy
1252-1258 The Synostosis Research Group (SynRG): variation in the management of isolated sagittal synostosis
John Kestle
Salt Lake City
1258-1313 DISCUSSION
1313-1319 Posterior cranial vault distraction osteogenesis with barrel stave osteotomy in the treatment of craniosynostosis: operative technique and outcome.
Yuzo Komuro
Tokyo
1319-1325 Serial Posterior Cranial Vault Distraction Osteogeneis for the Treatment of Complex Craniosynostosis
Daniel Donato
Salt Lake City
1325-1330 DISCUSSION
6:00 - 7:00 ASCFS COCKTAIL RECEPTION
Wednesday January 25th - Location: The Grand Wailea Hotel
0645-0730 BREAKFAST WITH EXHIBITORS
0730-0830 ASCFS SESSION 5: SUBCRANIAL AND VIRTUAL PLANNING
Chair: Stephen Baker
Washington
0730-0736 Application of Geometric Morphometrics and Statistical Modeling in Craniofacial Surgery
David Dunaway
London, UK
0736-0742 Analysis of Surgical Outcomes in Single-Suture Craniosynostosis Correction Utilizing a Three-Dimensional Computational Framework
David Y. Khechoyan
Aurora
0742-0748 Use of Virtual Surgical Planning and CAD/CAM for Correction of Craniosynostosis
Homan Cheng
Victoria
0748-0754 DISCUSSION
0754-0800 Management of midline craniofacial clefts
Eva Ruegg
Geneva, Switzerland
0800-0806 “The Facial Escalator” -Simultaneous Le Fort III + Le Fort I Osteotomies - an 11-Year Review.
Leo J. Urbinelli
Portland
0806-0812 Le Fort III Distraction Osteogenesis: Early experience with an internal bi-level midface distraction system
Colin M. Brady
Los Angeles
0812-0818 Surgical Management of Treacher Collins Syndrome
Nataliya Biskup
Cincinnati
0818-0824 Subcranial rotation distraction for tracheostomy dependent Treacher Collins Syndrome
Richard Hopper
Seattle
0824-0830 DISCUSSION
0830-1000 ASCFS SESSION 6: COMPLEX SYNOSTOSIS
Chair: Jeff Fearon
Dallas
0830-0838 PANEL: Surgery for complex synostosis in the first four years - what to expect ten years later?
Chair: Jeff Fearon
Dallas
0838-0846 Apert Syndrome
David Dunaway
London, UK
0846-0854 Pfeiffer Syndrome
Eric Arnaud
Paris, France
0854-0902 Crouzon Syndrome
Irene Mathijssen
Rotterdam, Netherlands
0902-0908 Kleeblattschaedel
Joseph Gruss
Seattle
0910-1000 DISCUSSION
1000-1020 COFFEE BREAK WITH EXHIBITORS
1020-1300 ASCFS SESSION 7: TMJ, SKULLBASE AND CRANIUM
Chair: Jack Yu MD
Augusta
1020-1026 Safe Skull Base Resection in Pediatric TMJ Ankylosis: Refinements in planning and execution
Michael Lypka
Kansas City
1026-1032 Transpalpebral Approach for Neurosurgical Access to the Anterior Skull Base: Capitalizing from Craniofacial Techniques
Gerald J. Cho
New York
1032-1038 Protection of the Temporomandibular Joint During Syndromic Mandibular Distraction with a Novel Condylar Off-loading Device
Sagar Mehta
Salt Lake City
1038-1044 Intraoperative three-dimensional virtual reality and computed tomographic guidance in temporomandibular joint arthroplasty of syndromic mandibular dysostoses
Justine C. Lee
Los Angeles
1044-1100 DISCUSSION
1100-1106 Forty year review of the treatment of full-thickness cranial defects with autogenous bone graft
Anthony Wolfe
Miami
1106-1112 Outcomes of Pediatric Calvarial Reconstruction with Porous Polyethylene Implants: A Growth Study
Liliana Camison
Pittsburgh
1112-1118 Temporal fossa correction as part of craniosynostosis reconstruction: Focusing on the aesthetic temporal subunit
Fan Liang
Ann Arbor
1118-1124 10 year long term outcome result of cranioplasty and skull defect reconstruction using a custom Hard Tissue Replacement Polymer (HTRP) implant
Eric Stelnicki
Fort Lauderdale
1124-1140 DISCUSSION
1140-1146 Long term results and cost analysis of cranial vault reconstruction: A comparison of autologous bone and alloplastic cranioplasty techniques
Oleh Antonyshyn
Toronto
1146-1152 Avoiding Demineralized Bone Matrix and Resorbable Mesh Bilaminate Cranioplasty in Pediatric Post Decompressive Craniectomy Defects
Jonathan Y. Lee
Pittsburgh
1152-1158 Outcomes of titanium mesh cranioplasty in pediatric patients
Davinder J. Singh
Pheonix
1158-1204 Experience with 3D-Print Modeling for Cranial Vault Reconstruction in Pediatric Patients
Ramin Eskandari
Charleston
1205-1225 DISCUSSION
1232-1238 Surgical management of complex fronto-orbital fibrous dysplasia
Terri Carlson
Memphis
1238-1244 Mandibular Distraction Osteogenesis in Pierre Robin Sequence: Long term outcomes
Petros Konofaos
Memphis
1244-1250 Transorbital Sural Nerve Grafting for Pediatric Neurotrophic Keratopathy
Phuong D. Nguyen
Philadelphia
1250-1300 DISCUSSION
1300-1330 SYMPOSIUM SUMMARY AND CLOSING STATEMENTS
Jack Yu and Stephen Baker

Outside Dining Waterfall Saltwater Lagoon Rear of Hotel