2020
DOI: 10.1111/dth.13815
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Abstract: Keloids represent an exacerbate response to wound healing with excessive collagen deposit in dermal tissue. Susceptible patients after cutaneous trauma such as surgery, ear piercing, wound injury, burns, and some cutaneous are more likely to be affected. 1 The upper trunk and back, shoulders, head, and neck region, especially earlobes and the helix of the auricle, are the most common areas for keloid formation. It is a challenge for physicians to manage this