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Physician Initiated Research
The Use of Eye Tracking Technology in Aesthetic Surgery: Analyzing Changes in Facial Attention Following Surgery Print

Russell S. Frautschi, MD; Nadeera Dawlagala, MD;  Eric W. Klingemier, BA; Hannah S. England, MD;  Nicholas R. Sinclair, MD; and James E. Zins, MD, FACS

Aesthetic Surgery Journal  2020, 1–11

Background: The ability to quantitatively analyze how we look at a face and determine if this changes following facial surgery should be of interest to the plastic surgeon. Eye tracking technology (ETT) provides the ability to record where observers fixate when viewing a facial image, enabling quantitative data to be obtained comparing pre- and postoperative changes.

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Optimizing Breast Pocket Irrigation: The Breast Implant–Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (BIA-ALCL) Era Print

Eric J. Culbertson, MD; Christina Felder-Scott, BS; Anand K. Deva,  MBBS, MS, FRACS; David E. Greenberg, MD; and William P. Adams Jr, MD

Aesthetic Surgery Journal 
2019, 1–7

Background: Specific antimicrobial breast pocket irrigations have been proven over the past 20 years to reduce the incidence of capsular contracture by a factor of 10, and the emergence of breast implant–associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL) and its link to bacteria/technique has cre-ated renewed interest in different antimicrobial breast pocket preparation agents. Our previous studies have identified that both Betadine-containing and non-Betadine-containing antimicrobial irrigations provide excellent broad-spectrum bacterial coverage. The current science of BIA-ALCL has implicated the Gram-negative microbiome as a key in pathogenesis.

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Gluteal Vein Anatomy: Location, Caliber, Impact of Patient Positioning, and Implications for Fat Grafting Print

Sergey Y. Turin, MD; Megan Fracol, MD; Eric Keller, MD;  Michael Markl, PhD; Jeremy Collins, MD; Daniel Krochmal, MD; and John Y. S. Kim, MD

Aesthetic Surgery Journal  2019, 1–8

Background: Deaths in gluteal autografting occur due to gluteal vein injuries, but data are lacking on the precise location and caliber of these veins.

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Bahman Guyuron, MD
Lyndhurst, OH

“I give because plastic surgery is my passion and my business and the scientific studies supported through donations to ASERF work like Research and Development arm of any business; produce new and efficacious procedures and more importantly, assure patient safety”

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