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Throughout his career, Dr. Sukkar has regularly contributed to the field of plastic surgery. If you’re looking for a plastic surgeon, this is an important factor in finding someone who is experienced and constantly honing his art.

Dr. Sukkar's Publications and Presentations

Papers

Sukkar, SM, Szczerba, S, Tellez, G, Dumanian, GA. Challenging abdominal wall defects. Am J Surg 2001;181:115-121.

Sukkar SM, Daw J, Chandler J, and Dumanian GA. Gracilis muscle free flap transfer utilizing a radial artery/ venae comitantes composite vascular pedicle. Plast Reconstr Surg 108: 156, 2001.

Abstracts

Sukkar SM, Daw J, Chandler J, and Dumanian GA. Gracilis muscle free flap transfer utilizing a radial artery/ venae comitantes composite vascular pedicle. ASRM Forum, p 93, 2000.

Sukkar SM, Corral CJ, Goldman M, and Dumanian GA.
The musculocutaneous radial forearm free flap. ASRM Forum. p 138, 2000.

Sukkar, SM, Szczerba, S, Tellez, G, Dumanian, GA. Challenging abdominal wall defects. One center’s approach to reconstruction. Plastic Surgery Forum 22: 255,1999.

Casas, LA, DePoli, P, Sukkar, SM. Nine-year experience following autologous breast reconstruction in the irradiated patient: An evolution in technique with long term results. Plastic Surg Forum 22: 149,1999.

Griffey, ES, Hueneke, ML, Sukkar, SM, Wainwright, DJ, Livesey, SA: Production of a Human In-vitro Reconstituted Skin and Grafting to a Nude Mouse Model. Wound Repair and Regeneration, 1995, 3(1): 92.

Griffey, ES, Hueneke, ML, Sukkar, SM, Wainwright, DJ, and Livesey, SA: Application of a composite skin graft to nude mice: dynamic interaction between cells of the epidermis and the dermal graft. In-vitro Cell and Develop Biol, 1995, 31(3):31A

Presentations

Casas LA, Depoli P, Sukkar SM. Nine-year experience Following Autologous Breast Reconstruction in the Irradiated Patient: An Evolution in Technique. Presented at ASAPS May 17, 2001. New York, New York.

Sukkar SM, Marcus JR, and Vicari FA. Minimally Invasive Placement of Tissue Expanders in the Pediatric Patient. Presented at ASPS October 17, 2000, Los Angeles, CA.

Lewis VL, Sukkar SM, Daw J. The Fleur-de-lis: an Alternative Abdominoplasty. Presented at ACS October 2000, Chicago, Illinois.

Sukkar SM, Dumanian GA. Challenging Abdominal Wall Reconstruction: One Center’s Approach to Reconstruction. Presented at Midwestern Association Plastic Surgeons MAPS 2000, March 11, 2000 Chicago, Illinois.

Sukkar SM, Daw J, Chandler J, and Dumanian GA. Gracilis muscle free flap transfer utilizing a radial artery/ venae comitantes composite vascular pedicle. Presented at ASRM January 8-11, 2000, Miami, FL.

Sukkar SM, Corral CJ, Goldman M, and Dumanian GA.
The musculocutaneous radial forearm free flap. Presented at ASRM January 8-11, 2000, Miami, FL.

Sukkar SM, Szczerba S, Tellez MG, Dumanian GA. Challenging Abdominal Wall Reconstruction: One Center’s Approach to Reconstruction. Presented at ASPRS October 23-27, 1999, New Orleans, LA.

Casas LA, Depoli P, Sukkar SM. Nine year experience Following Autologous Breast Reconstruction in the Irradiated Patient: An Evolution in Technique. Presented at ASPRS October 26, 1999. New Orleans, LA.

Hueneke, ML, Sukkar, SM, Xue, H, Andrassy, RJ, and Lally, KP : Monocyte but not lymphocyte transfusion attenuates Adriamycin-induced wound healing impairment. Presented at the South Texas Chapter of the American College of Surgeons. March 14-16, 1996, San Antonio, TX.

Hueneke, ML, Sukkar, SM, Xue, H, Andrassy, RJ, and Lally, KP : Monocyte transfusion attenuates Adriamycin-induced wound healing impairment. Presented at the Society for University Surgeons. February 8-10, 1996, Washington, D.C.

Sukkar, SM, Hueneke, ML, Griffey, ES, Wainwright, DJ and Livesey, SA: Human Keratinocyte Delivery to a Dermal Matrix in the Nude Mouse Model. Presented at the Plastic Surgery Research Council. May, 1995, New York, NY.

Griffey, ES, Hueneke, ML, Sukkar, SM, Wainwright, DJ and Livesey, SA: Production of a Human In-vitro Reconstituted Skin and Grafting to a Nude Mouse Model. Presented at the Wound Repair and Regeneration Forum. April, 1995, Minneapolis, MN.

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