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PRS Grand Rounds: Advanced Autologous Breast Reconstruction: Technical Efficiency and Aesthetic Optimization

  • Creator:   PRS Grand Rounds
  • Updated:   8/22/2019
  • Contains:  10 items
These articles complement the PRS Grand Rounds Facebook Live Lecture and Q&A on “Advanced Autologous Breast Reconstruction: Technical Efficiency and Aesthetic Optimization" by Nicholas Haddock, MD, held on May 23rd at 8 pm CST on

Dr. Haddock received his medical degree from the University of Texas. After graduating with high honors, he obtained his residency training at New York University. He received further training in hand and microsurgery under the guidance of Scott Levin at the University of Pennsylvania.

After his training, he returned back to Texas and is currently on faculty as an Associate Professor in Plastic Surgery at UT Southwestern. He is also an associate editor for the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal and lectures frequently on advanced autologous breast reconstruction and surgical efficiency in microsurgery.

Over the past 7 years he has performed over 1500 breast free flaps. He has special expertise in alternative flaps, such as the PAP and LAP flaps, and performs a large volume of multiple flap breast reconstruction.

-Optimizing Perforator Selection Based on Total Flow in DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction

-Surgical Decision Making in DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction

-Salvaging Breast Reconstruction: Profunda Artery Perforator Flaps Using Thoracodorsal Vessels