Final Program | 3rd Stuttgart Symposium on Nasal Reconstruction with Live Surgery

Friday | April 24, 2020 & Saturday | April 25, 2020

Friday | April 24, 2020


7.30 am – 8.00 am
Registration

8.00 am – 8.15 am
Welcome and introduction

8.15 am – 8.45 am
Video / case presentation for live surgery

8.45 am – 4.00 pm
Live-Surgery: Transmission from 3 theaters
Surgeons: Helmut Fischer, Sebastian Haack, Joachim Quetz
Moderation: Wolfgang Gubisch, Frederick Menick, Jochen Wurm

4.00 pm – 4.30 pm
Coffee break in the exhibition area

4.30 pm – 5.15 pm
Principles and planning in nasal reconstruction
Frederick Menick

5.15 pm – 6.30 pm
Panel 1: Update nasal skin reconstruction

How to apply the traditional aesthetic subunit principle in reality & clinical application of 3D computer simulation and 3D printing technology in nasal reconstruction

Jong-Woo Choi
Indication for composite grafts and details for success
Frederick Menick
Delay procedures, indication, timing, advanteges
Frederick Menick
Tips and tricks to maximize local flaps and grafts use in larger nasal defects
Giovanni Schiavone
Local flaps, skin grafts, cover alternatives
Helmut Fischer

Discussion – live surgery feed back

7.30 pm
Social Evening at restaurant “Plenum”

Saturday | April 25, 2020


7.30 am – 8.00 am
Registration

8:00 am – 9.10 am
Experience in nasal lining with 50 radial forearm flaps
Frederick Menick
Case of total nasal reconstruction including septal pivot flap, planing, stages and results (presentation including videos)
Joachim Quetz
Case of total nasal reconstruction including radial forearm flap, stages and results (presentation including videos)
Helmut Fischer

9.10 am -10.10 am
Panel 2: Update Lining alternatives

How to use hinge over flaps effectively in nasal reconstruction
Jong-Woo Choi
Free flaps in Stuttgart (design 1,2, modifications)
Sebastian Haack
Folded forehead flap, pitfalls
Frederick Menick
Second forehead flap and skin grafts for lining
Helmut Fischer
Turn over flaps/ skin grafts for lining, limitations?
Jochen Wurm

Discussion

10.10 am – 10.40 am
Coffee break and exhibition

10.40 am – 11.50 am
Panel 3: Update framework alternatives

Aesthetic reconstruction corresponding to framework details
Jong-Woo Choi
Stuttgart framework concepts
Helmut Fischer
Framework details on top of septal pivot flap
Joachim Quetz
My preferred framework details, source, construction
Frederick Menick

Discussion

11.50 am – 12.30 pm
Cases of participants

12.30 pm – 1.30 pm
Lunch break and exhibition

1.30 pm – 2.30 pm
Cases of participants
Experiences in nasal reconstruction
Wagner

2.30 pm – 3.30 pm
Panel 4: 0ur complications in nasal reconstruction – learning unlimited

One case in 5 minutes and 5 minutes discussion
F. Menick; J. Quetz; S. Haack; JW Choi; H. Fischer; J. Wurm

Round table discussion

3.30 pm – 4.00 pm
Coffee break in the exhibition area

4.00 pm – 5.00 pm
Panel 5: Miscellaneous

Nasal reconstruction in children and adults, follow up/long term outcome
Helmut Fischer
Composite grafts in children
Jochen Wurm
Naso-facial reconstruction
Jong-Woo Choi
What to do in forehead flap complications
Giovanni Schiavone
Forehead expansion
Sebastian Haack

5.00 pm – 6.00 pm
Panel 6: revising – redoing – typical mistakes and learning objectives
F. Menick; J. Quetz; G. Schiavone; S. Haack; H. Fischer

Round table discussion and final statements

6.00 pm
Farewell

Estimated breaks in the exhibition area: Please note that due to the live surgeries’ times of the
breaks may shift.