- n raised pinkish scar tissue at the site of an injury; results from excessive tissue repair
- Slash it with sharp instruments, rub ashes into the wound to make a keloid; daub it with clays, paint it with berry juices.
- Most of the scars seemed to result from the patients' burns, but there were puzzling exceptions: when a skin graft was taken from an unburned part of a patient's body, a keloid .
- For Shigeko's was one of the stubborn cases suffering both contractions and keloid growths (in effect, tumors of scar tissue).
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- “Keloid” sci-fi movie trailer outgrows Internet, gets big-name backing
A revamp of a speculative movie trailer about good robots and bad robots that has been making the rounds on Vimeo and YouTube for two years is finally gaining traction in the legit entertainment industry, the Hollywood Reporter revealed. Keloid, the sci-fi short by BLR VFX (Big Lazy Robot Visual Effects), is being discussed by […]
Oct. 6, 2013 - SlashGear