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Stable keloid due to ear piercing
Elevated, red, smooth, nodule of scar tissue; arose in the site of an acne lesion that had been squeezed
Red, elevated keloid; edges blend into the surrounding skin; arose in a vaccination site in the left upper arm
Keloid scar formation following surgical treatment of prominent ear
A typical presternal keloid; presence of central bridging, an elevated rolled edge and flattened peripheral extensions
A hypertrophic scar before excision to correct contraction deformity following a burn
Contraction deformity of little finger corrected by excision
Keloid reaction following a vaccination in the deltoid region; following surgical excision the entire length of the scar developed a keloid-like appearance
Two keloid scars, separated by a bra strap; both developed from acne; the left lesion has been excised surgically; the keloid reaction is shown involving the entire length of the scar
An extensive keloid has been previously excised and the defect skin grafted; keloid scarring has subsequently developed at the peripheries
A keloid scar of the chin before excision; no deformity of the mouth notable
A keloid scar of the chin following excision; no deformity of the mouth notable
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