Dr. Christian Arroyo

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ARROYO PLASTIC SURGERY

Dr. Christian Arroyo

Dr. Arroyo is a compassionate and caring plastic surgeon who prudently seeks out the safest and most functional techniques available in plastic surgery, while using an artistic eye to help his patients achieve their cosmetic goals. He is fluent in both Spanish and English so you can have peace of mind that he can answer all of your concerns and questions – without complication. At Arroyo Plastic Surgery at West Houston, Dr. Arroyo’s number one goal is to help you achieve the aesthetic goals you desire – safely and comfortably. When you meet with Dr. Arroyo, he will go into great detail about your procedures benefits, recovery, possible complications, and functionality differences that may occur after the your surgery, so you leave the consultation with more understanding than before. We believe you should always feel 100% informed, prepared, and comfortable with your choice in plastic surgeons, and we would love to be your decision on this journey.

Dr. Christian Arroyo’s Training

Plastic Surgery Residency

Houston Methodist Hospital
Houston, TX

General Surgery Residency

Mayo Clinic
Rochester, MN

University of Connecticut
Farmington, CT

Medical School

University of Puerto Rico
Rio Piedras, PR

Dr. Christian Arroyo’s Training

Plastic Surgery Residency

Houston Methodist Hospital
Houston, TX

General Surgery Residency

Mayo Clinic
Rochester, MN

University of Connecticut
Farmington, CT

Medical School

University of Puerto Rico
Rio Piedras, PR

PUBLICATIONS

Book Publications

Barrera A and Arroyo-Alonso C. Management of Complications with Hair Transplantation. In: “Complications in Minimally Invasive Facial Rejuvenation: Avoidance and Management.” Carniol PJ, Avram MW, Brauer JA. Thieme Medical Publishers. 2020, In Press.

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles/Abstracts

Walker WE, Goldstein DR. Neonatal B Cells Suppress Innate Toll-Like Receptor Immune Responses and Modulate Alloimmunity (I received an acknowledgment in this publication). The Journal of Immunology. 2007 Aug; 179(3): 1700-1710. Cited in PubMed; PMID: 17641036.

Oral Presentations

Arroyo-Alonso C, Doval A, Ellsworth WE. “Pilot Experience of Closed Incision Negative-Pressure Wound Therapy on Abdominal Donor-Site in Free Flap Breast Reconstruction”. 2018 Texas Society of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting

Arroyo-Alonso C, Eisenberg DP, Carlton M, O’Loughlin M, Wai C, Jimenez R. “Safety of Minimally Invasive Distal Pancreatectomy outside a High Volume Center.” 2016 New England Surgical Society Resident Research Symposium

Arroyo-Alonso, C, Stone A, Tishler A, Papasavas P. “Pre-operative sexual function of bariatric surgical candidates using SFG.” 2015 Resident Research Symposium. Farmington, CT

 

Kamath A, Arroyo-Alonso C, Seidu S, Singh D, Que F. “Pancreatic Stump Leak after Distal Pancreatectomy: Predictors and Outcomes.” 2013 Digestive Disease Week. Surgical Society of Alimentary Tract; Orlando, FL

Hughes C, Arroyo-Alonso C, Babigian A. “Management dilemma of the severely traumatized hand: Early amputation vs attempted salvage.” 2012 New England Hand

Poster Presentations

Arroyo-Alonso C, Eisenberg DP, Carlton M, O’Loughlin M, Wai C, Jimenez R. “Safety of Minimally Invasive Distal Pancreatectomy outside a High Volume Center.” 2016 New England Surgical Society Meeting

Arroyo-Alonso, C, Stone A, Tishler A, Papasavas P. “Predictive factors for improvement in sexual function after bariatric surgery.” 2015 Obesity Week. Los Angeles, CA

Arroyo-Alonso, C, Warhol A, Ekker SC. “Using Behavioral Sensitization to measure the effects of Nicotine Replacement Therapies on Nicotine Addiction”. 2008 Mayo Clinic Visiting Medical Student Research Symposium. Rochester, MN.

Arroyo-Alonso C, Walker WE, Goldstein DR. “Neonatal B cells suppress innate Toll-like receptor immune responses and modulate alloimmunity”. 2006 Yale School of Medicine BioSTEP Research Symposium. New Haven, CT.

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