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THORACIC General Thoracic Surgery
Simultaneous Scientific Session
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 2015 | 7:00 - 9:35 am
Moderators: *Frank C. Detterbeck & *Sudish C. Murthy
 
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Listen to a summary of the 95th Annual Meeting scientific programming from general thoracic surgeon perspective.

*Sudish C. Murthy, Cleveland Clinic
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103. The use of High-risk donors Decreases One-year Survival in High-risk Lung Recipients: A Review of the United Network of Organ Sharing Databas
Matthew Mulligan, Pablo G. Sanchez, Charles F. Evans, Sina Rahimpour, Irina Timofte, Keshava Rajagopal, Aldo T. Iacono, June Kim, *James S. Gammie, *Bartley P. Griffith, Si M. Pham
University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD
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104. Safety, Efficacy, and Durability of Lung Volume Reduction Surgery: A 10-Year Experience
Mark E. Ginsburg, Byron M. Thomashow, William M. Bulman, Patricia A. Jellen, Beth A. Whippo, Cody Chiuzan, Dan Bai, *Joshua Sonett
Columbia University, New York, NY
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105. Predictors of Prolonged Air Leak After Lung Resection
Sonam Maghera1, Elham Sabri2, Sudhir Sundaresan2, Patrick James Villeneuve2, Andrew Seely2, Farid Shamji2, Donna Maziak2, Sebastien Gilbert2
1University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada; 2Ottawa Hospital, Ottawa, ON, Canada
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106. Proportion of Newly Diagnosed Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Patients That Would Have Been Eligible for Lung Cancer Screening
Geena Wu, Leanne Goldstein, Jae Y. Kim, Dan J. Raz
City of Hope National Medical Center, Duarte, CA
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Artificial Lung and Ambulatory ECMO
*Joseph B. Zwischenberger, University of Kentucky
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107. Is Costly Surveillance Indicated for Indolent Causes of Cancer? The Carcinoid Story
Christopher Bariana, Siva Raja, Daniel P. Raymond, *Eugene H. Blackstone, *Sudish C. Murthy
Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
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108. A Propensity-matched Study of Lobectomy Versus Segmentectomy for Radiologically Pure Solid Small-sized Non-small Cell Lung Cancer
Terumoto Koike1, Seijiro Sato1, Takehisa Hashimoto1, Tadashi Aoki2, Teruaki Koike2, Katsuo Yoshiya2, Shin-ichi Toyabe1, Masanori Tsuchida1
1Niigata University, Niigata, Japan; 2Niigata Cancer Center Hospital, Niigata, Japan
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109. In the Modern Era, Single Lung Transplantation from Diabetic Donors is Associated with Increased Mortality
Vishnu Ambur, Sharven Taghavi, Senthil Nathan Jayarajan, Sagar Kadakia, Huaqing Zhao, Akira Shiose, Grayson Wheatley, III, *Thomas Sloane Guy, *Yoshiya Toyoda
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
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110. Black Patients Die Earlier after Surgery for Esophageal Cancer
andrea S. Wolf1, Emanuela Taioli2, Marlene Camacho-Rivera2, Andrew Kaufman1, Dong-Seok Lee1, Faiz Bhora1, *Raja Flores1
1Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY; 2North Shore/LIJ/Hofstra School of Medicine, New York, NY
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111. Locally Advanced Esophageal Cancer: What Becomes of Five Year Survivors?
Galal R. Ghaly, *Brendon M. Stiles, Mohamed Kamel, Abu Nasar, *Jeffrey Port, *Paul C. Lee, *Subroto Paul, *Nasser K. Altorki
Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY
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112. Post-Induction PET Mediastinal Activity Does Not Predict Persistent Nodal Disease or Overall Survival in Patients with Stage IIIA-N2 Lung Cancer
R. Taylor Ripley, Kei Suzuki, Camelia S. Sima, *Manjit Bains, *Prasad Adusumilli, James Huang, David J. Finley, *Bernard J. Park, *Robert J. Downey, *Nabil P. Rizk, *Valerie W. Rusch, *David R. Jones
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY
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