Keloid is an overgrowth of the scar tissue that develops around a wound, usually after the wound has healed. It expands far beyond the original scar. Rather than stay in a straight line, for example, after a surgical incision, it spreads outwards.
One of the most common methods is injecting steroids and local anaesthetic into the keloid scar itself. The injections are done with a tiny needle, but can be a bit sore. This is called ‘intralesional corticosteroid treatment:
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