Javier Cerqueiro Mosquera

Category: Plastic surgeon
Birth Date: 5th June 1964
Birth Place: Venusberg – Bonn (Germany)
Telephone: 981120126 – 902362241
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He took a degree in Medicine and Surgery at the University of Santiago de Compostela (1990). He is a member of the Association of Surgeons of Edinburgh (October 1998) and member (no. 717) of the Spanish Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery.
SPECIALIZED EDUCATION: -Otorrynolaringology – Head and neck surgery. He was a resident doctor at the Southend General Hospital, United Kingdom (December 1991 – June 1992).
-Orthopaedics and Traumatology. He was a resident doctor at the Mary´s Hospital. Sidcup, Kent - United Kingdom (August 1992 – January 1993).
-Emergency Unit. He was a resident doctor at the Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, United Kingdom (February 1993 – July 1993).
4. He was an assistant doctor of Anatomy at the University of Southampton - Faculty of Medicine. Southampton, United Kingdom (August 1993 - February 1994).
5. Urology. He was a resident doctor at the Colchester General Hospital, Colchester - United Kingdom (July 1994 – January 1995).
6. General surgery (breast and digestive system). He was a resident doctor at the Colchester General Hospital, Colchester - United Kingdom (February 1995 - August 1995).
7. Plastic, aesthetic and reconstructive surgery. He was a resident doctor at the West Midlands Regional Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Unit, Wordsley Hospital Stourbridge, West Midlands – United Kingdom (November 1995 – March 1998), at the Wexham Park Hospital, Slough (November 1998 – February 1999) and at the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children, London - United Kingdom (February 1999 – August 1999).

SPECIALIST REGISTRAR: 1. Plastic and Burns Unit, Stoke Mandeville Hospital, Aylesbury – Buckinhamshire, United Kingdom (August 1999 – August 2000).
2. Plastic Surgery Department, Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford - United Kingdom (August 2000 – April 2001).
3. Plastic Surgery Department, Royal Free Hospital & University College London Hospitals, London - United Kingdom (May 2001 – May 2002).
4. Master’s degree in Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery, The London Institute of Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery, Plastic Surgery Partners Wellington Hospital and St John’s and St Elizabeth’s Hospital London, United Kingdom (May 2002 – February 2003).

SPECIALIZED SURGICAL AREAS: Aesthetic surgery, face lifting, breast aesthetic surgery, body surgery, treatment of benign cutaneous injuries (scars, tattoos, tumours…), LASER therapy and chemical peeling, surgical use of malignant skin and soft tissues pathology, melanoma, spinocellular and basocellular carcinoma, soft tissue sarcomas; head and neck tumours, radical inguinal, axillary and neck dissection; hand traumatisms, including tendons, nerves, blood vessels and bones, hand infections; soft tissue traumatisms in the facial massif, nasal fractures; extremity traumatisms including open fractures in combination with the traumatology team; burns, initial treatment of burn injuries, post-burn scar, burn treatment, resuscitation, infections, cutaneous coverage, surgical rehabilitation, ulcers, burn face reconstruction, paediatrics plastic surgery, harelip and palatine fissure, craniofacial surgery, hypospadia surgery, congenital hand surgery, general hand surgery, Dupuytren, decompression surgery of peripheral nerves.

Application of Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery
-Reconstructive surgery of head and neck: carcinoma in the buccal cavity, palate, nose, maxillary antral disease and pharynx, general principles of surgical drying, radical neck dissection, functional and aesthetic reconstructions, mandibular reconstruction, prosthesis, parotidectomy and reanimation for facial paralysis.
-Facial and labial reconstructive and aesthetic surgery: reconstruction of wastes of facial substance, reconstruction of the upper and lower lip, facial lifting and techniques for the treatment of facial ageing.
-Reconstructive and aesthetic nose surgery: reconstruction of cutaneous wastes, submucous drying, reconstructive and cosmetic rhynoplastia.
-Reconstructive and aesthetic eyelid surgery: tumours, reconstruction of cutaneous wastes, upper and lower eyelid reconstruction, eyebrow reconstruction, oculoplastic surgery (blepharoplastia including skin, muscle and adipose tissue, ptosis, entropium and ectropium).
-Reconstructive and aesthetic ear surgery: ear tumours, total or parcial lost of the ear, microtia and anotia reconstruction, osteointegrated prosthesis and torn ear lobe.
-Reconstructive and aesthetic breast surgery: gynecomastia, Poland syndrome, breast reconstruction and total or partial post-mastectomy areola-nipple complex, subcutaneous mastectomy, augmentation and reduction mammoplasty, mastopexy and breast surgery of transexualism.
-Reconstructive and aesthetic trunk and limb surgery: reconstructive surgery of thoracic and abdominal wall, pectus excavatum, abdominoplasty including liposuction, surgery treatment of decubitus ulcers, surgery treatment of lipotrophic defects with liposculture and dermolipectomy, primary repair and reconstruction of complex wastes of soft and skeletal tissues in posttrauma limbs, surgical rehabilitation of the posttrauma complex limbs, amputations and tumours.
-Reconstructive genitourinary surgery: hypospadias and epispadias.

 Work & Activities

1. G.Spirou, O.G.Titley, J.Cerqueiro and M.F.T.Fatah: ‘Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England A survey of General Surgeons' attitudes towards breast reconstruction’, (May 1998).
2. Cerqueiro-Mosquera J. and Fleming A. N.: ‘Journal of Hand Surgery [British and European Edition] The bilobed flap: A new application in the reconstruction of congenital thumb deviation’, (June 2000).
3. A. Aymat, J.Cerqueiro, D.M.Thomas, M.Saunders, P.Burton and D.L.Baldwin.: ‘CME in Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. Mixoid neurofibroma of the head and neck’.
4. J. Cerqueiro and M.F.T.Fatah: ‘Annals of Plastic Surgery. Facial palsy and Achondroplasia. Rare association’ (August 2001).
5. SC Tucker, J.Cerqueiro, GD Stern and A.Bracka: ‘Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England Circumcision: A refined technique and 5 year review’ (2001).
6. J.Cerqueiro, A.N.M.Fleming, M.M.Shibu and P.J.Smith: ‘The Journal of Hand Surgery (British and European Volume) Hazards of tourniquet use in Children’.
7. J.Cerqueiro and P. Mallucci: ‘Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. The surgical glove as a breast sizer of variable volume. A cost effective tool in breast augmentation and reconstruction’ (August 2002).
8. J.Cerqueiro and B.Matti: ‘British Journal of Plastic Surgery 2003. Beneficial use of an ice-balloon as part of botulinum toxin type A therapy for facial dynamic wrinkles and other skin procedures’.

 Other Interesting Aspects

1. National Conference of the Hand Surgery Society, Bristol (November 2000).
2. British Society for Surgery of the Hand, Bristol (November 2000).
3. Meeting of the Plastic Surgery Section of the Royal Society of Medicine, United Kingdom (February 1999).
4. Conference of the Spanish Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (May 2000).
5. Limiting incisions in face lifts, British Association of Plastic Surgery (summer meeting), Wales – United Kingdom (July 2003).
6. An Audit of recovery from minimal access cranial suspension face lift (MACS) compared with extended SMAS face lift, BAAPS British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons Meeting, London (September 2003).
7. 18th meeting of the Galician Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, A Coruña (November 2003).
Web page: www.cerqueiro.com