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Michael Harrington, MD

Specialty: Plastic Surgery
Program: Cutaneous Oncology

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Education & Training

Board Certification:

  • Plastic Surgery


  • University of South Florida - Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery

Medical School:

  • University of South Florida(MD, - MD)
Participating Trials

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  • Boyd CJ, Inglesby DC, Corey B, Greene BJ, Harrington MA, Johnson MD, King TW, Rais-Bahrami S, Tavana ML. Impact of COVID-19 on Away Rotations in Surgical Fields. J Surg Res. 2020 May.255:96-98. Pubmedid: 32543384. Pmcid: PMC7241400.
  • Weinstein B, King KS, Triggs W, Harrington MA, Pribaz J. Bilobed Gracilis Flap: A Novel Alternative for Pelvic and Perineal Reconstruction. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2020 Jan.145(1):231-234. Pubmedid: 31592948.
  • Le NK, Billington A, Harrington M, Seminario-Vidal L. Management of Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa in a Newborn with Porcine-derived Extracellular Matrix. Plast Reconstr Surg Glob Open. 2019 Nov.7(11):e2519. Pubmedid: 31942309. Pmcid: PMC6908358.
  • Applebaum MA, Doren EL, Ghanem AM, Myers SR, Harrington M, Smith DJ. Microsurgery Competency During Plastic Surgery Residency: An Objective Skills Assessment of an Integrated Residency Training Program. Eplasty. 2018 Sep.18:e25. Pubmedid: 30338013. Pmcid: PMC6162644.
  • Wilson AR, Daggett J, Harrington M, Dayicioglu D. An Innovative Solution to Complex Inguinal Defect: Deepithelialized SIEA Flap With Mini Abdominoplasty. Eplasty. 2017 Mar.17:e2. Pubmedid: 28197296. Pmcid: PMC5287143.
  • Glazer ES, Porubsky CF, Francis JD, Ibanez J, Castner N, Messina JL, Sarnaik AA, Harrington MA, Cruse CW, Sondak VK, Zager JS. Treatment of Head and Neck Melanoma In Situ With Staged Contoured Marginal Excisions. Ann Plast Surg. 2017 Jun;78(6):663-667. Pubmedid: 27984218. Pmcid: PMC5425303.
  • Clayman E, King K, Harrington MA. Corticosteroid-Associated Angiolipomatosis. Eplasty. 2017 Apr.17:ic9. Pubmedid: 28458766. Pmcid: PMC5389016.
  • Clayman E, King KS, Harrington MA. Management of Essential Blepharospasm. Eplasty. 2017.17:ic15. Pubmedid: 28680527. Pmcid: PMC5481821.
  • Riccio C, King K, Elston JB, Harrington MA, Cruse CW. Bilateral Plantar Verrucous Carcinoma. Eplasty. 2016 Dec.16:ic46. Pubmedid: 28035248. Pmcid: PMC5155315.
  • Applebaum MA, Barnes C, Harrington M. What Is It? A Rare Presentation of a Meningioma. Eplasty. 2016 Dec.16:e40. Pubmedid: 28101291. Pmcid: PMC5204357.
  • Little A, Curtis H, Kellogg B, Harrington M. Munchausen Syndrome Disguised As Gossypiboma: An Interesting Case. Eplasty. 2016;16:ic39. Pubmedid: 27651853. Pmcid: PMC5021705.
  • Laun J, Gopman J, Elston JB, Harrington MA. Rhinophyma. Eplasty. 2015 May;15:ic25. Pubmedid: 25987948. Pmcid: PMC4426765.
  • Harb J, Watt AW, Elston JB, Harrington MA. Calciphylaxis. Eplasty. 2015 May;15:ic11. Pubmedid: 25834692. Pmcid: PMC4338561.
  • Segars K, Gopman JM, Elston JB, Harrington MA. Nevus Sebaceus of Jadassohn. Eplasty. 2015 Jul;15:ic38. Pubmedid: 26229574. Pmcid: PMC4518814.
  • Dossett LA, Harrington M, Cruse CW, Gonzalez RJ. Cutaneous angiosarcoma. Curr Prob Cancer. 2015 Aug;39(4):258-263. Pubmedid: 26276214.
  • Lianyang Li , Pagnotta MF, Arakaki X, Tran T, Strickland D, Harrington M, Zouridakis G. Brain activation profiles in mTBI: Evidence from combined resting-state EEG and MEG activity. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2015;2015:6963-6966. Pubmedid: 26737894.

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