Kyle R. Eberlin, MD

Assistant Professor of Surgery, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery; Associate Director, Harvard Plastic Surgery Residency Program, Massachusetts General Hospital

Bryan J. Loeffler, MD

Co-Director, Reconstructive Cetner for Lost Limbs, OrthoCarolina; Associate Professor, Atrium Health, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery; Clinical Instructor of Orthopedics, Hand, Elbow and Shoulder Surgery, Carolinas Medical Center

Anthony Echo, MD

Assistant Professor of Plastic Surgery, Institute for Academic Medicine, Houston Methodist Hospital, Weill Cornell Medical College

Drs. Eberlin, Loeffler and Echo present considerations for adding TMR to your surgical practice, including patient selection and education, assembling a care team, and immediate vs delayed TMR.

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