- kelly, ellsworth,
- kelly, gene,
- kelly, george,
- kelly, grace,
- kelmscott manor,
- kelp bass
Origin of keloid
Examples from the Web for keloid
These keloid scars shrink and whiten in the course of a year or eighteen months.
The hard fibroma known as keloid is described with the affections of scars.
In rare instances the burned area becomes the seat of a peculiar overgrowth of fibrous tissue of the nature of keloid (p 401).
Word Origin for keloid
also cheloid, 1854, from French kéloïde, from Greek khele "crab claw, talon, cloven hoof" + -oides (see -oid). Related: Keloidal; cheloidal.