Cirurgia micrográfica de Mohs

A cirurgia micrográfica de Mohs é uma técnica minuciosa e especializada para o tratamento do câncer de pele. É o método que oferece a maior taxa de cura para os dois subtipos de câncer de pele mais comuns (carcinoma basocelular e carcinoma espinocelular), sendo indicada principalmente para tumores localizados na face. É realizada em larga escala nos Estados Unidos, Canadá, Austrália e alguns países da Europa, devido à eficácia comprovada por inúmeras pesquisas científicas.

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Prêmios

2019
1st place – Brazilian Congress of Dermatologic Surgery

Awarded first place with the study: Nasal reconstruction after Mohs micrographic surgery: review of 186 cases. Brazilian Congress of Dermatologic Surgery, Goiânia/Brazil, May 2019.

2019
Scholarship for Harvard and Cleveland University Hospitals

Dr. Felipe Cerci was awarded the "International Preceptorship Program" by the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery. He got a scholarship to choose the locations for refining his training in Mohs surgery.

The chosen locations were two outstanding centers in Mohs surgery in the world: the Massachusetts General Hospital (leading hospital affiliated to the Harvard University) and Cleveland University Hospitals. In Cleveland (October), he was mentored by Dr Jeremy Bordeaux, and in Harvard (November), by Dr Victor Neel.

 The "International Preceptorship Program" awards one professional every year, and choice is based on curriculum analysis, as well as on a written interview. Dr. Felipe Cerci was the first awarded professional from South America.

2017
Study awarded at a German meeting

"Nasal reconstruction following Mohs micrographic surgery: usefulness of the nasolabial interpolation flap". Munich International Summer Academy of Practical Dermatology, Munich, Germany, July 2017.

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