Piercing ear keloid: Excision using loupe magnification and topical liquid silicone gel as adjuvant
5 monthes ago - By Journal of Cutaneous Online
Bellam A Ramesh, J Mohan
Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery 2018 11(1):7-12
Background: Keloid is an abnormal growth of scar at the site of skin injury, which usually does not regress. It proliferates beyond the original scar. The ear keloid usually develops after piercing injury to wear ornaments. A patient usually asks for removal of keloid, as it is aesthetically unpleasant. Patient may sometimes complain of itching and pain. Aim: The study was conducted to analyze results following excision of keloid with its tract and topical silicone gel as the postsurgical adjuvant...
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