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Thursday, April 7, 2011
12:00 2:00pm
ACPA/CPF Annual Awards Luncheon
ASCFS KomedyPlast and Kawamoto Awards
2:00 4:00
ASCFS Council Meeting

Friday, April 8, 2011
7:00 8:00am
ASCFS Breakfast
Sponsored by KLS Martin
8:00 - 9:00am
Session C: ASCFS Panel On Sagittal Synostosis
Sagittal Synostosis - Pick An Operation, Any Operation

Goal: To present state-of-the-art treatment and outcomes for the correction and surgical management of craniosynostosis. Objective: Attendees will learn of the various operative procedures commonly employed to treat scaphocephaly, and be able to discuss the pros and cons of each procedure.
Session Chair: Jeffrey A. Fearon, MD
The panel will consist of experts for each method of treating sagittal craniosynostosis, including spring cranioplasty, endoscopic assisted with banding and remodeling procedures.
10:30am 12:00pm
ASCFS Part 1
Goal: To provide those who treat craniofacial conditions surgically with a forum to discuss new concepts and share information.
Objective: Attendees will be able to discuss and evaluate at least three new surgical management techniques which can be used for variety of craniofacial conditions. Session Chair: James Bradley, MD
Session Co-Chair: Roberto Flores, MD
Expansion of the Posterior Cranial Vault Using Distraction Osteogenesis
D. M. Steinbacher, J. Skirpan, J. Puchala, S. Bartlett
Safety of Open Cranial Vault Expansion For Single Suture Craniosynostosis
C. B. Birgfeld, L. Dufton, H. Naumann, J. Starr, C. Haberkern, R. Hopper, J. Gruss, M. Speltz
Bone Morphogenetic Protein Versus Iliac Crest Bone Graft: A Volumetric Comparison Of Alveolar Cleft Repair Outcomes
J. A. Hammoudeh, S. S. Nazarian Mobin, C. S. Francis, S. Yen, A. Tank, L. Yen, M. Urata
A Comparison of Spring Mediated Cranioplasty to Minimally-Invasive Strip Craniectomy and Barrel Staving For Early Treatment of Sagittal Craniosynostosi
J. A. Taylor, T. A. Maugans
Early Endoscopic-Assisted Strip Craniectomy For Sagittal Craniosynostosis is Safe and Effective
J. H. McMullin, J. Marengo, J. Kestle, F. Siddiqi
Minor Cranial Suture Fusion Associated Plagiocephaly: Morphology, Surgical Indications, and Long Term Results
E. P. Buchanan, C. B. Birgfeld, J. Gruss, R. A. Hopper
Analysis of Facial Skeletal Volumes in Unilateral Coronal Craniosynostosis
R. K. Khosla, S. Miri, E. P. Buchanan
12:00 1:00 pm
ASCFS Annual Business Meeting
1:30 3:00 pm
ASCFS Part 2
Goal: To provide those who treat craniofacial conditions surgically with a forum to discuss new concepts and share information.
Objective: Attendees will be able to discuss and evaluate at least three new surgical management techniques for a variety craniofacial conditions.
Session Chair: Jeffrey A. Fearon, MD
Session Co-Chair: Craig B. Birgfeld, MD
Improved Eye Protection After Monobloc Red Advancement
J. W. Polley, D. F. Gomez, A. A. Figueroa
Creating A Virtual Surgical Atlas of Craniofacial Procedures Part III - Interactive Animations and Testing
R. L. Flores, A. Oliker, J. G. McCarthy
Soft Tissue Profile Changes Following Early Lefort III Distraction in Patients With Syndromic Craniosynostosis
P. R. Shetye, E. Caterson, B. Grayson, J. McCarthy
Objective 3-D Evaluation of The Changes Induced to the Upper Airway After Different Levels of Distraction Osteogenesis of the Facial Skeleton
C. R. Barcelo, D. G. Genecov, T. Trone, E. Sperry, K. E. Salyer
Long Term Outcome of Mandibular Distraction For Airway Obstruction
M. Maalouf, J. A. Lehman
Long Term Analysis of Successful Distraction In Treacher Collins Syndrome
T. K. Cook, A. Uribe RIvera, D. A. Billmire, X. P. Gordon, C. B. Gordon
Condylar Unloading Alleviates Increased Temporal Mandibular Joint Pathology After Distraction Osteogenesis
K. Fan, C. Tabit, D. C. Wan, B. Andrews, K. A. Allam, J. P. Bradley
3:00 3:30 pm

Saturday, April 9, 2011
8:00 10:00 am
Session E: ASCFS Panel on Treacher Collins Syndrome
Interdisciplinary Management of Treacher Collins Syndrome From Birth To Adulthood
Goal: To present a comprehensive approach to the diagnosis and management of individuals with Treacher Collins syndrome.
Objective: Attendees will be able to identify the spectrum of Treacher Collins syndrome, and discuss current diagnostic and surgical approaches to the treatment of Treacher Collins syndrome.
Session Chair: Stephen Beals, MD
Session Co-Chair: Jesse Taylor, MD

Treacher Collins syndrome (TCS), or mandibulofacial dysostosis, remains one of the most challenging craniofacial anomalies treat. The panel will present the clinical pathway for interdisciplinary management of TCS from birth to adulthood. The audience will receive a contemporary treatment protocol that will improve the clinical management of patients with TCS. The attendee will gain increased competence which will contribute better long term outcomes.
S. Beals, A.W. Kummer, D. McDonald-McGinn,
P. E. Santiago, J. Taylor