Origin of keloid
OTHER WORDS FROM keloidke·loi·dal, adjective
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How to use keloid in a sentence
These keloid scars shrink and whiten in the course of a year or eighteen months.
Occasionally a scar forms a raised hard red keloid band, and causes some anxiety to the patient.
In rare instances the burned area becomes the seat of a peculiar overgrowth of fibrous tissue of the nature of keloid (p 401).
There is a natural hesitation to excise keloid because of the fear of its returning in the new scar.
The hard fibroma known as keloid is described with the affections of scars.