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Monthly: Videos of the Month

  • Creator:   PRSJournal
  • Updated:   4/29/2019
  • Contains:  6 items
We present a small collection of some of the hottest video content associated with this month's issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, including operative techniques, lectures, video discussions, and public-facing "hot topics."

There are many amazing videos associated with each issue of PRS; download the Video Archive Navigator​ tool, and use Excel functionality to find and click through to the videos you want. The database is updated monthly with each new issue of PRS.

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Creator: Walter Lin
Duration: 2:17
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This video also displays key steps of penile inversion vaginoplasty (Part 1). From "Getting the best results in abdominoplasty; current advanced concepts. " Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: May 2019 – 143(5). CME.

Keywords: Plastic surgery; Transgender; Gender nonconforming; Gender identity; Gender dysphoria; Gender affirmation; Feminization; Vaginoplasty; Genital surgery; Facial feminization; Feminizing mammoplasty; Chest reconstruction; Chest feminization
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Creator: Walter Lin
Duration: 2:05
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This video also displays key steps of penile inversion vaginoplasty (Part 2). From "Getting the best results in abdominoplasty; current advanced concepts. " Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: May 2019 – 143(5). CME.

Keywords: Plastic surgery; Transgender; Gender nonconforming; Gender identity; Gender dysphoria; Gender affirmation; Feminization; Vaginoplasty; Genital surgery; Facial feminization; Feminizing mammoplasty; Chest reconstruction; Chest feminization
Creator: Smita Ramanadham, MD
Duration: 3:18
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
In this video, Dr. Smita Ramanadham discusses the article, "A Primer on Social Media Use by Young Plastic Surgeons" by Cho, Furnas, and Rohrich, which appears in the May 2019 issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Volume 143 Issue 5.

Keywords: plastic surgery; #plasticsurgery; social media; twitter; facebook; Instagram; guide; young plastic surgeons; physicians; young adults; professionalism; media; digital media; users; followers; media outlets; marketing; education; patients; training; residency; medical resident; repost; retweets; comments; likes; American culture; hashtags; tagging; internet; information; social media platforms; blogs; photos; videos; patient consent; content
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Creator: Patrick L Tonnard, MD, PhD
Duration: 1:02
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
See Video which demonstrates Lip lift surgery. From "Aging of the Upper Lip, Part II: Evidence Based Rejuvenation of the Upper Lip: a Review of 500 consecutive Cases." Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: May 2019 - 143 (5).

Keywords: upper lip rejuvenation; plastic surgery; cosmetic surgery; fat grafting; lip lift; upper lip; resurfacing
Creator: Rod J. Rohrich, MD
Duration: 2:13
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Gluteal fat grafting -also known as "Brazilian Butt Lift"- uses fat injections rather than surgical implants to enhance the buttocks. Following deaths from gluteal fat injection, a multi society task force issued a safety advisory urging practitioners to reevalute the technique to ensure patient safety. In this video, Rod J. Rohrich, MD, Editor-in-Chief of "Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, " discusses the results of an anatomic study that clearly defines how gluteal fat grafting can be performed safely.

Read the May 2019 PRS #PlasticSurgery article, "Subcutaneous Migration: A Dynamic Anatomical Study of Gluteal Fat Grafting" by Wall, Del Vecchio, Teitelbaum, Villanueva, Dayan, Durand, Sanniec, and Rohrich.

For consumer information on plastic surgery, and to find a board-certified plastic surgeon in your area visit http://plasticsurgery.org

Keywords: plastic surgery; #PRSHotTopic; gluteal fat grafting; Brazilian butt lift; butt; gluteal; subcutaneous; fascia; muscle; embolism; death; butt lift; cosmetic surgery; submuscular; anatomy; liposuction; cannula; fat; fat graft; gluteus; safety; maximus; buttocks; patient safety; subcutaneous safe zone;
Creator: Rod J. Rohrich, MD
Duration: 1:53
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Is 3D-printed bone the ‘perfect’ material to help reconstruct someone’s face following trauma, cancer, or birth defects? In this video, Rod J. Rohrich, MD, Editor-in-Chief of "Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, " discusses an innovative biomaterial called hyperelastic bone and what it may mean for the future for bone grafting and all of Plastic Surgery.

Read the May 2019 PRS #PlasticSurgery article, "Three-Dimensionally Printed Hyperelastic Bone Scaffolds Accelerate Bone Regeneration in Critical-Size Calvarial Bone Defects" by Huang, Jakus, Jordan, Dumanian, Parker, Zhao, Patel, and Shah.

For consumer information on plastic surgery, and to find a board-certified plastic surgeon in your area visit http://plasticsurgery.org

Keywords: plastic surgery; #PRSHotTopic; bone grafting; autologous bone graft; bone; 3D printing; technology; reconstructive surgery; plastic surgery; bone volume; hyperelastic bone; bone grafts; craniofacial; biotech; donor; bone harvest; experimental