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Keloid scars are formed during the healing of a wound. In the process, too much scar tissue is formed and causes abnormal growth, which is usually large and red. Keloid scars and hypertrophic scars are different. These are less thick and deformed.
Keloid scars – what causes them, and how are they treated?
By Mr Alastair MacKenzie Ross2018-09-18
Keloid scars occur when scar tissue continue to develop, and can become unsightly. Leading consultant plastic surgeon, Mr Alastair Mackenzie Ross explains what causes them, how they form, and how they can be treated. See more
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