Plastic Surgery Residency

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Operative Experience

We are committed to providing hands-on experience to our residents, and operative responsibilities are awarded progressively as ability develops. Residents work side by side with faculty members to provide excellent care for patients and to ensure a varied and thorough educational experience. Patient case volume is high and residents are involved in all clinical activities including preoperative evaluation, surgery, post-operative care and follow-up.

Below are the index category case logs of our 2016 graduating residents.

  Required Minimum Kellogg Mahmood Pierpont

Head and Neck Congenital Defects

50

67

65

50

Head and Neck Neoplasms

70

269

337

259

Head and Neck Trauma

50

79

68

66

Breast Macromastia

24

34

50

31

Absent Breast

100

237

236

145

Wounds or Deformities of Trunk

23

47

46

41

Other Deformities or Disease Processes of Trunk

25

60

84

82

Hand and Upper Extremity Requiring Recon

23

92

49

59

Tendon (Extensor or Flexor)

22

70

48

78

Nerve Injury

10

24

18

18

Fracture or Dislocation

32

70

49

57

Dupuytren’s Contracture

2

18

22

11

Nerve Compression

16

112

105

100

Arterial Insufficiency or Amputation- Upper Extremity

4

10

9

8

Other Deformity or Disease Processes

122

479

389

229

Lower Extremity Wounds and Deformities

24

45

45

27

Integument Burns

24

510

1036

342

Lesions of the Integument

0

105

68

56

Wounds and Other Lesions of the Integument

0

15

12

10

Total Reconstructive Procedures

1000

1936

2423

1658

Total Aesthetic Procedures

150

314

398

243

Total Index Procedures

1150

2250

2821

1901