Day 1 :
The State University of New Jersey/New Jersey Medical School, USA
Keynote: How I Am Trying to Match Aesthetic and Functional Requirements In Reconstructive Surgeries of the Extremities
Time : 10:00-10:30
Ramazi Datiashvili graduated the First Moscow Medical Institute in 1972. After completion of his Fellowship in General Surgery at the National Research Center of Surgery in 1974, he quickly progressed to become a Chief of the Microsurgery Department at the Moscow City Hospital #51. He earned his PhD degree in 1978. In 1981 he continued his academic and surgical carrier at the National Surgical Center in Moscow. In 1988 he earned a Degree “Doctor of Medical Sciences”.
In 1991 Dr. Datiashvili immigrated to the US. Here he completed a General Surgery Residency at the Mount Sinai Medical School in New York and then Plastic Surgery Residency at the University of Medicine and Dentistry/New Jersey Medical School.
Now Dr. Datiashvili continues his successful carrier as a Professor in the Division of Plastic Surgery, Department of Surgery at Rutgers University/New Jersey Medical School. Dr. Datiashvili is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He is an active Member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, American Association of Plastic Surgeons, American Society of Reconstructive Microsurgery, and other surgical societies.
Dr. Datiashvili is an author of more 100 publications, including textbooks and articles in the world leading journals. He received many awards and patents for his work.
I will present my experience in re-constructive surgery/microsurgery of the open wounds of the extremities. Various flaps, including free flaps, will be demonstrated. Indications, technical aspects of surgeries, and outcomes will be discussed. Particular attention will be paid towards matching aesthetic and functional requirements of the re-constructive surgery.
Istanbul Medeniyet University, Turkey
Keynote: Cartilage Tympanoplasty
Time : 10:30-11:00
M Tayyar Kalcioglu has graduated from Medical faculty of Hacettepe University and worked as an ENT Resident in Inonu University, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Turkey. He became an Associate Professor and Professor in Inonu University and has been working in Istanbul Medeniyet University since 2012. He has published more than 25 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an Editorial Board Member of repute.
Tympanoplasty is one of the most common procedures of otolaryngology surgeries. One of the goal of the tympanoplasty is to reconstruct the tympanic membrane. Many grafting materials have been proposed and used for tympanoplasty in last two century. Temporalis muscle fascia is the mostly used material for a long time. Success rate after temporalis fascia muscle is about 90%. For the problematic cases, success rate may be worse. For some difficult cases like revision surgeries, Eustachian tube dysfunctions, total or subtotal tympanic membrane perforations, and retraction pockets, it would be better to use more rigid grafting materials such as cartilage. Cartilage may help to overcome complications such as retractions, re-perforations. On the other hand, there are some questions and ongoing discussions on the hearing results after using such kind of rigid materials. The aim of this topic is to present personal experiences and datas on the cartilage island tympanoplasty with hearing results.