Daniel A. Cuzzone, MD

Daniel A. Cuzzone, MD

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Daniel Cuzzone

Daniel A. Cuzzone, MD

Dr. Daniel A. Cuzzone is a board-certified plastic surgeon who joined Long Island Plastic Surgical Group in 2020. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience from Trinity College in Hartford, CT before graduating from the University of Connecticut School of Medicine in 2009. Dr. Cuzzone went on to complete his plastic surgery residency training at the NYU Hansjörg Wyss Department of Plastic Surgery where he worked along side leaders in craniofacial and facial transplantation surgery. During his training, Dr. Cuzzone completed a research fellowship at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center with a focus on tissue engineering and novel lymphedema therapies. His formal training culminated in the completion of a fellowship in pediatric and craniofacial surgery at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

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Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon
Daniel A. Cuzzone, MD

Throughout his career, Dr. Cuzzone has been an avid researcher, participating in a number of clinical studies including lymphedema management, tissue engineering, novel techniques for craniosynostosis, complex cleft management, and new techniques for cleft rhinoplasty. He has received a number of accolades for his research endeavors and has spoken at both the national and international level.

Dr. Cuzzone specializes in pediatric plastic surgery, craniofacial deformities, vascular malformations, adult facial trauma, and migraine surgery. In addition, he also enjoys the entire breadth of facial and body cosmetic surgery including facelifts, eyelid surgery, rhinoplasties, chin augmentation, and breast and body contouring.

He enjoys spending his free time with his family, reading, and writing poetry.

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Daniel A. Cuzzone, MD

Dr. Cuzzone and his team are absolutely wonderful! They treated me with utmost care and respect. Dr. Cuzzone has a great bedside manner, and he took the time to explain everything and answer any questions I had about my procedure, which put me totally at ease. During the procedure, I very much appreciated his attention to my mental state and he put on music to help relax some of my nerves. He truly cares about the patient – great doctor!

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Education

  • 2001-2005: Trinity College, Hartford, CT. B.S. in Neuroscience
  • 2005-2009: University of Connecticut School of Medicine

Training

  • 2019-present: Research Fellow, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (Division of Plastic Surgery)
  • 8/2018-7/2019: Fellow, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (Craniofacial Fellowship)
  • 7/2015-6/2018: Resident, NYU Medical Center, Hansjörg Wyss Department of Plastic Surgery
  • 7/2010-6/2015: Resident, NYU Medical Center, Department of General Surgery
  • 7/2012-6/2014: Research Fellow, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Department of Surgery, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (Laboratory of Babak J. Mehrara, MD)
  • 7/2009-6/2010: Intern, NYU Medical Center, Department of General Surgery

Honors & Awards

  • 2014: North Eastern Society of Plastic Surgeons – Resident Research Award
  • 2010: Nu Rho Psi Honors in Neuroscience
  • 2005: Phi Beta Kappa, Connecticut Chapter
  • 2005: Presidential Fellow in Neuroscience, Trinity College Hartford, CT
  • 2004: Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience (FUN) Travel Award
  • 2002: James M. van Stone Memorial Award
  • 2001: Kevin’s Fund Scholarship Award – Academic Excellence
  • 2001: Salutatorian, Norwalk High School, Norwalk, CT

Professional Organizations / Affiliations

  • 2016 -Present: American Cleft Palate Association
  • 2010 -Present: Nu Rho Psi (National Honor Society of Neuroscience)
  • 2009 -Present: American College of Surgeons (ACS)
  • 2005 -Present: American Medical Association (AMA)

Presentations / Posters

  • Cuzzone DA, Brady C, Hush S, Williams JK. Expanded analysis of a modified enhanced recovery protocol in cleft palatoplasty. [Presentation] 76th annual meeting ACPA. April 2019.
  • Cuzzone DA, Staffenberg D. Quality of fronto-orbital advancement technique: Can strabismus be used to assess our success? [Presentation] 17th International Society of Craniofacial Surgery October 2017.
  • Cuzzone DA, Staffenberg D. Incidence of Strabismus in Unicoronal Craniosynostosis: An Update after 25 Years [Presentation] American Society of Plastic Surgeons October 2017.
  • Cuzzone DA, Rickert S, Kothare SV, Flores RL. Multidisciplinary airway assessment and intervention for patients with cleft and craniofacial anomalies [Teaching Session]. American Cleft Palate Association 73rd annual meeting April 4-9 2016.
  • Cuzzone DA, Albano N, Ghanta S, Savetsky IL, Gardenier JC, Joseph WJ, Torrisi JS, Mehrara BJ. Obesity is a critical regulator of lymphatic injury [Poster]. American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress 2014 October 26-30 2014.
  • Cuzzone DA, Ghanta S, Albano N, Savetsky IL, Gardenier JC, Joseph WJ, Torrisi JS, Mehrara BJ. CD4+ cells are key regulators of pathologic changes in lymphedema [Poster]. American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress 2014 October 26-30 2014.
  • Cuzzone DA, Ghanta S, Joseph W, Savestsky IL, Gardenier J, Albano NJ, Torrisi J, Aschen S, Mehrara BJ. Sterile inflammation increases lymphedema after lymph node transplantation [Presentation]. North Eastern Society of Plastic Surgeons 31st Annual Meeting: 2014 September 11-14; Providence, RI.
  • Cuzzone DA, Albano NJ, Ghanta S, Aschen S, Savetsky IL, Gardenier JC, Joseph WJ, Torrisi JS, Farias-Eisner GT, and Mehrara BJ. CD4+ cells are key regulators of pathologic changes in lymphedema [Presentation]. In: Plastic Surgery Research Council 59th Annual Meeting: 2014 March 7-9; New York, NY.
  • Ghanta S, Cuzzone DA, Albano NJ, Aschen S, Savetsky IL, Gardenier JC, Joseph WJ, and Mehrara BJ. Macrophages regulate tissue fibrosis in lymphedema [Presentation]. In: Plastic Surgery Research Council 59th Annual Meeting: 2014 March 7-9; New York, NY.
  • Albano NJ, Cuzzone DA, Ghanta S, Aschen S, Farias-Eisner GT, Savetsky IL, Gardenier JC, Joseph WJ, Torrisi JS, and Mehrara BJ. Diet-induced obesity results in lymphatic dysfunction and impaired T cell function [Presentation]. In: Plastic Surgery Research Council 59th Annual Meeting: 2014 March 7-9; New York, NY.
  • Farias-Eisner GT, Cuzzone DA, Aschen SZ, Albano NJ, Ghanta S, Weitman E, and Mehrara BJ. Development of a novel lymphatic reporter mouse [Presentation]. In: Plastic Surgery Research Council 59th Annual Meeting: 2014 March 7-9; New York, NY.
  • Aschen SZ, Farias-Eistner GT, Cuzzone DA, Ghanta S, Albano J, Joseph WJ, Savetsky IL, Gardenier JC, and Mehrara BJ. Lymph node transplantation generates spontaneous lymphatic reconnection and restoration of lymphatic flow [Presentation]. In: Plastic Surgery Research Council 59th Annual Meeting: 2014 March 7-9; New York, NY.
  • Joseph WJ, Aschen SZ, Farias-Eisner GT, Cuzzone DA, Ghanta S, Albano NJ, Savetsky IL, Gardenier JC, and Mehrara BM. Regional inflammation following lymph node transfer improves spontaneous lymphatic reconnection and functional drainage [Presentation]. In: In: Plastic Surgery Research Council 59th Annual Meeting: 2014 March 7-9; New York, NY.
  • Cuzzone DA, Weitman ES, Ghanta S, Aschen SZ, Albano NJ, Farias-Eisner GT, and Mehrara BJ. Obesity impairs lymphatic fluid flow and regulates lymph node cellular composition [Presentation]. In: American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress 2013 October 6-10; Washington, DC.
  • Ghanta S, Weitman ES, Albano NJ, Cuzzone DA, Aschen SZ, Farias-Eisner GT, Elhadad S, and Mehrara BJ. Lymphedema massively increases the number of tissue T-regulatory cells [Poster]. In: American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress 2013 October 6-10; Washington, DC.
  • Aschen SZ, Farias-Eisner GT, Weitman ES, Cuzzone DA, Ghanta S, Albano NJ, and Mehrara BJ. P21 as a mediator of lymphangiogenesis during inflammation and lymphatic fluid stasis [Poster]. In: American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress 2013 October 6-10; Washington, DC.
  • Cuzzone DA, Zampell JC, Weitman ES, Aschen S, Farias-Eisner G, Ghanta S, Albano N and Mehrara, BJ. IL-6 as a Serum Marker for Lymphedema [Presentation]. In: Plastic Surgery Research Council 58th Annual Meeting: 2013 May 1-5; Santa Monica, CA.
  • Weitman ES, Zampell JZ, Aschen S, Farias-Eisner G, Albano N, Cuzzone DA, Ghanta S, Elhadad S, Rockson S, Mehrara BJ. IL-6 as a Biomarker for Lymphedema. In: Society of Surgical Oncology 66th Annual Cancer Symposium: 2013 March 6-9; National Harbor, MA. Annals of Surgical Oncology 2013; 20(Suppl 1): P42.
  • Weitman ES, Zampell, JC, Elhadad S, Aschen S, Farias-Eisner G; Cuzzone DA; Ghanta S; Albano N and Mehrara, BJ. Diet-Induced Obesity Impairs Lymphatic Transport and Function [Presentation]. Plastic Surgery Research Council 58th Annual Meeting: 2013 May 1-5; Santa Monica, CA.
  • Farias-Eisner G, Aschen S, Weitman ES, Cuzzone DA, Albano N, Ghanta S, and Mehrara, BJ. P21 as a Regulator of Lymphangiogenesis in Wound Healing and Inflammation [Presentation]. In: Plastic Surgery Research Council 58th Annual Meeting: 2013 May 1-5; Santa Monica, CA.
  • Albano N, Ghanta S, Zampell JC, Weitman ES, Cuzzone DA, Aschen S, Farias-Eisner G, Yan A, and Mehrara, BJ. Lymphedema is Associated with a Marked Increase of Tissue T-Regulatory Cells [Presentation]. In: Plastic Surgery Research Council 58th Annual Meeting: 2013 May 1-5; Santa Monica, CA.
  • Htwe Z, Cuzzone D, O’Malley M, O’Malley E. Sleep Patterns of High School Students before and after Delayed School Start Time [Poster]. 22nd Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies. American Academy of Sleep Medicine June 2008.
  • Cuzzone D and Church W. Comparison of Rotenone and MPP+ Induced Toxicity in Different Murine Strains [Poster]. 2005 Annual Research Symposium. Trinity College, CT.
  • Cuzzone D and Church W. NMDA Receptor Expression and Involvement in MPP+ Toxicity in C57BL/6 Murine Cell Cultures [Poster]. In: 34th Meeting of the Society of Neuroscience 2004; San Diego, CA.
  • Cuzzone D and Mello D. Outcomes and complications of patients undergoing Blalock-Taussig shunt for cyanotic heart lesions [Poster]. Trinity College Undergraduate Research Conference 2002; Hartford, CT.

Book Chapters

  • Daniel A. Cuzzone and Barry M. Zide. Chapter 72: Chin Augmentation with Implant. Operative Techniques in Plastic Surgery. 2018. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. ISBN: 9781496339515.
  • Kataru RP, Cuzzone DA, Mehrara BJ. Pathophysiology of lymphedema. 4th Edition Plastic Surgery Volume 4: Lower extremity, Trunk and Burns. 2017. Elsevier. ISBN 9780323357074.
  • Kataru RP, Cuzzone DA, Mehrara BJ. Pathophysiology of lymphedema. Lymphedema: Complete medical and surgical management. 2016. Elsevier. ISBN: 978-1482241099.
  • Ghanta S, Cuzzone DA, Mehrara BJ. Chapter 46: Animal models of lymphedema. Lymphedema: complete medical and surgical management. 2016. Elsevier. ISBN: 978-1482241099.
  • Nitti M, Hespe GE, Cuzzone DA, Ghanta S, Mehrara BJ. Definition, Incidence and Pathophysiology of Lymphedema. Principles and Practice of Lymphedema Surgery. 2016. Elsevier. ISBN: 978-0-323-29897.

Peer-reviewed
Publications

  • Ly CL, Cuzzone DA, Kataru RP, Mehrara BJ. Small numbers of CD4+ T cells can induce development of lymphedema. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 2018. Dec 26. PMID 30601329. Impact Factor 2.993.
  • Reformat DD, Nores GG, Lam G, Cuzzone D, Hill JB, Muresan H, Thanik V. Outcome analysis of metacarpal and phalangeal fixation techniques at Bellevue Hospital. Annals of Plastic Surgery. 2018 Oct;81(4):407-410. PMID 30067527. Impact Factor 1.318
  • Garcia Nores GD, Ly CL, Cuzzone DA et. Al. CD4+ T cells are activated in regional lymph nodes and migrate to skin to initiate lymphedema. Nature Communications. 2018. May 17;9(1):1970. PMID: 29773802. Impact Factor 12.124.
  • Stranix JT, Cuzzone D, Ly C Topilow N, Runyan CM, Ream J, Flores RL. Optimizing safety of iliac bone harvest using an acumed drill: a stimulated radiographic study of 100 patients. Cleft Palate Craniofac J. 2016. Sep. 15 PMID: 27632764.
  • Garcia Nores GD, Cuzzone DA, Albano NJ, Hespe GE, Kataru RP, Torrisi JS, Gardenier JC, Savetsky IL, Aschen SZ, Nitti MD, Mehrara BJ. Obesity but not high-fat diet impairs lymphatic function. Int J Obes. 2016 Jun 21. PMID 27200507. Impact Factor 5.004.
  • Torrisi JS, Hespe GE, Cuzzone DA, Savetsky IL, Nitti MD, Gardenier JC, Garcia Nores GD, Jowhar D, Kataru RP, Mehrara BJ. Inhibition of inflammation and iNOS improves lymphatic function in obesity. Sci Rep. 2016 Jan 22;6:19817. PMID 26796537. Impact Factor 5.578
  • Savetsky IL, Albano NJ, Cuzzone DA, Gardenier JC, Torrisi JS, Garcia Nores GD, Nitti MD, Hespe GE, Nelson TS, Kataru RP, Dixon JB, Mehrara BJ. Lymphatic function regulates contact hypersensitivity dermatitis in obesity. J Invest Dermatol. 2015 Nov;135(11):2742-52. PMID 26176761. Impact Factor 7.216
  • Ghanta S, Cuzzone DA, Torrisi JS, Albano NJ, Joseph WJ, Savetsky IL, Gardenier JC, Chang D, Zampell J, Mehrara BJ. Regulation of inflammation and fibrosis by macrophages in lymphedema. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 2015 Feb 27. PMID 25724493. Impact Factor 3.86.
  • Torrisi JS, Joseph WJ, Ghanta S, Cuzzone DA, Albano NJ, Savetsky IL, Gardenier JC, Skoracki R, Chang D, and Mehrara BJ. Lymphaticovenous bypass decreases pathologic skin changes in upper extremity breast cancer-related lymphedema. Lymphatic Research and Biology. 2014 Dec 18. PMID 25521197. Impact Factor 2.333.
  • Cuzzone DA, Albano NJ, Aschen SZ, Ghanta S, and Mehrara BJ. Decellularized lymph nodes as scaffolds for tissue engineered lymph nodes. Lymphatic Research and Biology. 2014 Aug 21. PMID 25144673 Impact Factor 2.333
  • Savetsky IL, Torrisi JS, Cuzzone DA, Ghanta S, Albano NJ, Gardenier JC, Joseph WJ, Mehrara BJ. Obesity increases inflammation and impairs lymphatic function in a mouse model of lymphedema. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 2014 May 23. PMID: 24858842. Impact Factor 3.86.
  • Joseph WJ, Aschen S, Ghanta S, Cuzzone D, Albano N, Gardenier J, Savetsky I, Torrisi J, and Mehrara BJ. Sterile inflammation after lymph node transfer improves lymphatic function and regeneration. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 2014. Impact Factor 3.535
  • Cuzzone DA, Weitman EW, IL-6 regulates adipose deposition and homeostasis in lymphedema. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 2014 May 15;306(10). Impact Factor 3.86
  • Aschen SZ, Farias-Eisner G, Cuzzone DA, Albano NJ, Ghanta S, Weitman ES, Ortega S, Mehrara BJ. Lymph node transplantation results in spontaneous lymphatic reconnection and restoration of lymphatic flow. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 2014 Feb;133(2):301-10. Impact Factor 3.535
  • Weitman E, Cuzzone D, Mehrara BJ. Tissue engineering and regeneration of lymphatic structures. Future Oncology. 2013 Sep;9(9): 1365-74. Impact Factor 3.202
  • Weitman ES, Aschen SZ, Farias-Eisner, Albano N, Cuzzone DA, Ghanta S, Zampell JC, Thorek D, Mehrara BJ. Obesity impairs lymphatic fluid transport and dendritic cell migration to lymph nodes. PLoS One. 2013 Aug 12;8(8):e70703. Impact Factor 3.730.
  • Allen B, Cuzzone D, Rowin C, Babigian A. Fluroscopic Radiation Burn Following Embolization of a Spinal Arteriovenous Malformation. Journal of Burn Care and Research 2009 Mar-Apr;30(2):349-351. Impact Factor 1.542.
  • Cuzzone D, Allen B, Rowin C, Tulikangas P, Babigian A. Development of Vaginal Erosion and Vesico-cutaneous Fistula Following Midurethral Transvaginal Tape with Pelvilace for Treatment of Stress Urinary Incontinence. International Wound Journal. 2009 Feb;6(1):55-58. Impact Factor 1.600

Abstracts

  • Cuzzone DA, Albano N, Ghanta S, Savetsky IL, Gardenier JC, Joseph WJ, Torrisi JS, Mehrara BJ. Obesity is a critical regulator of lymphatic injury. Journal of American College of Surgeons. October 2014; 219(4)sup: e137.
  • Cuzzone DA, Ghanta S, Albano N, Savetsky IL, Gardenier JC, Joseph WJ, Torrisi JS, Mehrara BJ. CD4+ cells are key regulators of pathologic changes in lymphedema. American College of Surgeons. October 2014; 219(4)sup: e134-135.
  • Gardenier JC, Farias-Eisner G, Cuzzone DA, Savetsky IL, Ghanta S, Albano N, Joseph WJ, Torrisi J, Mehrara BJ.Inducible ablation of lymphatic vessels using cre-lox technology. American College of Surgeons. October 2014; 219(4)sup:e31.
  • Albano NJ, Cuzzone DA, Ghanta S, Torrisi JS, Joseph WJ, Savetsky IL, Gardenier JC, Mehrara BJ. Obesity results in lymphatic injury and impaired clearance of subcutaneous tissue inflammation. Journal of American College of Surgeons. October 2014; 219(4)sup: e133-134.
  • Ghanta S, Cuzzone DA, Albano JN, Savetsky IL, Gardenier JC, Torrisi JS, Joseph WJ, Mehrara BJ. Marophages regulate tissue fibrosis in lymphedema. Journal of American College of Surgeons. September 2014; 219(3)supp: S90.
  • Cuzzone DA, Albano NJ, Ghanta S, Aschen S, Savetsky IL, Gardenier JC, Joseph WJ, Torrisi JS, Farias-Eisner GT, and Mehrara BJ. CD4+ cells are key regulators of pathologic changes in lymphedema. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. March 2014. 133(3S):159-160. Abstract 144.
  • Ghanta S, Cuzzone DA, Albano NJ, Aschen S, Savetsky IL, Gardenier JC, Joseph WJ, and Mehrara BJ. Macrophages regulate tissue fibrosis in lymphedema. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. March 2014. 133(3S):156. Abstract 139.
  • Albano NJ, Cuzzone DA, Ghanta S, Aschen S, Farias-Eisner GT, Savetsky IL, Gardenier JC, Joseph WJ, Torrisi JS, and Mehrara BJ. Diet-induced obesity results in lymphatic dysfunction and impaired T cell function. Plastic & ReconstructiveSurgery. March 2014. 133(3S):161-162. Abstract 146.
  • Aschen SZ, Farias-Eistner GT, Cuzzone DA, Ghanta S, Albano J, Joseph WJ, Savetsky IL, Gardenier JC, and Mehrara BJ. Lymph node transplantation generates spontaneous lymphatic reconnection and restoration of lymphatic flow. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. March 2014. 133(3S):100. Abstract 86.
  • Joseph WJ, Aschen SZ, Farias-Eisner GT, Cuzzone DA, Ghanta S, Albano NJ, Savetsky IL, Gardenier JC, and Mehrara BM. Regional inflammation following lymph node transfer improves spontaneous lymphatic reconnection and functional drainage. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. March 2014. 133(3S):180. Abstract 163.
  • Farias-Eisner G, Cuzzone DA, Aschen SZ, Albano NJ, Ghanta S, Weitman E, Mehrara BJ. Development of a Novel Lymphatic Reporter Mouse. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery March 2014. 133(3S):46. Abstract 36.
  • Cuzzone DA, Zampell JC, Weitman ES, Aschen S, Farias-Eisner G, Ghanta S, Albano N and Mehrara, BJ. IL-6 as a Serum Marker for Lymphedema. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. May 2013. 131(5S):64. Abstract 79.
  • Weitman ES, Zampell, JC, Elhadad S, Aschen S, Farias-Eisner G; Cuzzone DA; Ghanta S; Albano N and Mehrara, BJ. Diet-Induced Obesity Impairs Lymphatic Transport and Function. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. May 2013. 131(5S):19. Abstract 12.
  • Albano N, Ghanta S, Zampell JC, Weitman ES, Cuzzone DA, Aschen S, Farias-Eisner G, Yan A, and Mehrara, BJ. Lymphedema is Associated with a Marked Increase of Tissue T-Regulatory Cells. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. May 2013. 131(5S):147. Abstract 200.
  • Farias-Eisner G, Aschen S, Weitman ES, Cuzzone DA, Albano N, Ghanta S, and Mehrara, BJ. P21 as a Regulator of Lymphangiogenesis in Wound Healing and Inflammation. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. May 2013. 131(5S):23. Abstract 19.
  • Jangam B, Bernstein B, O’Hara K, Chhatrala R, Cuzzone D, Cronin A, Raftopoulos I. Clinical, biochemical, radiologic and respiratory predictors of sleep apnea severity in morbidly obese patients undergoing bariatric surgery. Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases 2010; 6 (35): S73-S74.
  • Htwe Z, Cuzzone D, O’Malley M, O’Malley E. Sleep Patterns of High School Students before and after Delayed School Start Time. Journal of Sleep and Sleep Disorders Research 2008; 31: A74-A75.

Charity Work / Funding

  • Research Fellowship. NIH T32 Surgical Oncology Training Grant. (Grant #5T32CA009501-25) Funding Agency: Office of Extramural Research; National Institutes of Health (NIH); 2013-2014. PI: Ronald DeMatteo. Mentor: Babak Mehrara, MD.
  • Plastic Surgery Foundation- Pilot Research Grant 2013-2014 (Grant 274231) Project Title: Decellularized lymph nodes for lymph node tissue engineering. Award: $10,000. PI: Daniel Cuzzone. 100% Effort. Mentor: Babak J. Mehrara, MD.
  • October 24th-28th 2016 Grace Church Medical Mission Trip – Dr. Allen Van Beek
    Participated in a mission trip directed by Dr. Allen Van Beek, in which he served as an assistant in the operating room for a wide range of pediatric plastic surgery cases ranging from congenital hand, craniofacial and oncologic reconstruction. Rounds were made daily with the local hospital staff and residents.

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