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Lambros K. Viennas , MD

    • Title:
    • Assistant Professor

    • Role:
    • Faculty

    • Faculty Appointments:
    • Additional Certifications:
    • Focus Areas:
    • General Plastic Surgery, Breast Reconstruction

    • Office Location:
    • Hofheimer Hall

    • Undergraduate Education:
    • Graduate Education:
    • Postdoctoral Education:
    • Medical Education:
    • University of Maryland Dental School, Class of 1985

      Hahnemann University School of Medicine, Class of 1990

       

    • Residency:
    • Temple University Hospital, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 1988

      St. Agnes Hospital, General Surgery Internship & Residency, 1990-1993

      The Pennsylvania State University, Plastic Surgery, 1995

    • Fellowship(s):
    • Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Unit

      The Queen Victoria Hospital

      East Grinstead, Sussex

      England

      The Australian Cranio-Facial Unit

      Women’s and Children’s Hospital

      North Adelaide, South Australia

      Oral & Maxillofacial Fellowship: Temple University Hospital, 1995-1988

      Plastic Surgery Fellowship: Pennsylvania State University, 1993-1995

    • Board Certification(s):
    • American Board of Plastic Surgery

    • Affiliation(s):
    • Research Interests:
    • Breast Reconstruction

    • Primary Specialty:
    • Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

    • Hospital:
    • Norfolk General Hospital & Sentara Princess Anne Hospital

    • Courses Taught:
    • Introduction to Plastic Surgery: Facial Reconstruction

    • Current Projects:
    • Use of Various Dermal Matrices in Breast Reconstruction

    • Bio:
    • Dr. Viennas joined EVMS in 2009 after practicing Plastic Surgery in the Baltimore, Maryland area for over 14 years.  Dr. Viennas has special clinical interests and skills in all facets of cosmetic plastic surgery in addition to breast reconstruction, breast reduction, body contouring and skin cancers

Viennas L.K., Alonso A.M., Salama V.: “Repair of radiation induced vesicovaginal fistula with rectus abdominis myocutaneous flap.”Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 96 (6) 1435-7, 1995 November.