KELOID of an old man

62/m c/o keloid on chest since childhood. Once operated 8years back. But it reappeared within a short period. In childhood small vesicles appeared on chest and then it formed as keloid. Brown in colour. No itching or pus formation weakness of limbs. No other symptoms. Doctors please suggest your views.

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Keloid causes Most types of skin injury can contribute to keloid scarring. These include: acne scars burns chickenpox scars ear piercing scratches surgical incision sites vaccination sites An estimated 10 percent of people experience keloid scarring. Men and women are equally likely to have keloid scars. People with darker skin tones are more prone to keloids. Other risk factors associated with keloid formation include: being of Asian descent being of Latino descent being pregnant being younger than 30 years of age Keloids tend to have a genetic component, which means you’re more likely to have keloids if one or both of your parents have them. According to one study, a gene known as the AHNAK gene may play a role in determining who develops keloids and who doesn’t. Researchers found that people who have the AHNAK gene may be more likely to develop keloid scars than those who don’t. risk factors for developing keloids, may want to avoid getting body piercings, unnecessary surgeries, and tattoos. Home treatment for keloids The decision to treat a keloid can be a tricky one. Keloid scarring is the result of the body’s attempt to repair itself. After removing the keloid, the scar tissue may grow back again, and sometimes it grows back larger than before. Before any medical procedures, try considering at-home treatments. Moisturizing oils, which are available online, can help to keep the tissue soft. These might help reduce the size of the scar without making it worse. Keloids tend to shrink and become flatter over time, even without treatment. Initially, will probably recommend less-invasive treatments, such as silicone pads, pressure dressings, or injections, especially if the keloid scar is a fairly new one. These treatments require frequent and careful application to be effective, taking at least three months to work. Keloids surgery:- In the case of very large keloids or an older keloid scar, surgical removal may be recommended. The rate of return for keloid scarring after surgery can be high. However, the benefits of removing a large keloid may outweigh the risk of postsurgery scars. Cryosurgery is perhaps the most effective type of surgery for keloids. Also called cryotherapy, the process works by essentially “freezing” away the keloid with liquid nitrogen. may also recommend corticosteroid injections after surgery to reduce inflammation and lower the risk of the keloid returning.

In Ayurveda Agnikarma chikitsa will be helpful.

Graphitis 1 M monthly × 3 dose Continue higher potency next

Garlic,honey, onion to crush and apply...

Rx Graphites 200(hs) Repeat once a week.

Silisea 3x tds Conium maculatum 200 tds

Thuja 1m one dose Silicea 6x continue

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