You Can't Be What You Can't See-Are Women in Pediatric Urology Visible at National Meetings?
Patients undergoing head and neck free flap reconstruction at three tertiary care institutions were included (n = 1972). Cohorts were based on age (<65, 65–75, 75–85, and >85). Outcomes reviewed operative duration, length of stay, surgical complications (free flap failure, fistula, hematoma, dehiscence, and infection), and medical complications (thromboembolism, stroke, cardiac, and pulmonary).
Tran, Vi T.; Koerner, Madeline; Tullos, Elizabeth; Rasper, Alison; Ballert, Katie; Erickson, Deborah; and Saltzman, Amanda F., "You Can't Be What You Can't See-Are Women in Pediatric Urology Visible at National Meetings?" (2020). School of Medicine Faculty Publications. 1237.