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Bacterial Infection and Keloid

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0.07% of the posts that mention Keloid also mention Bacterial Infection (12 posts)

Bacterial Infection

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bacterial infectious disease. This article deals with human pathogenic bacteria.Although the vast majority of bacteria are harmless or beneficial, quite a few bacteria are pathogenic. One of the bacterial diseases with highest disease burden is tuberculosis, caused by the bacterium ''Mycobacte... Read more on Wikipedia

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Keloid

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(Keloid scar)
keloid ( also keloidal scar)is a type of scar, which depending on its maturity, is composed mainly of either type III (early) or type I (late) collagen. It is a result of an overgrowth of granulation tissue (collagen type 3) at the site of a healed skin injury which is then slowly repl... Read more on Wikipedia

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risk of bacterial infection, keloid scarring and an infant...
...happen. Of course there is also the risk of bacterial infection, keloid scarring and an infant choking to death on their ...on their own earring though? keloid scarring does look horrible i...
of bacterial infection, keloid scarring and an infant...
...happen. Of course there is also the risk of bacterial infection, keloid scarring and an infant choking to death on their ...on their own earring though? keloid scarring does look horrible i...
bacterial infection. It's commonly acquired in hospitals....
...which is a particularly nasty bacterial infection. It's commonly acquired in hospitals. ...dermatologist. You may be experiencing keloid formation around your various wounds,...
bacterial infection. Such infections can be treated...
...description it seems the pierced area developed some secondary bacterial infection. Such infections can be treated with warm water compresses ...to hard knot formation is keloid. It can be treat...
it's the keloid thing that annoys me the most, I would...
I think it's the keloid thing that annoys me the ...professional you'd know what a keloid is even if it's not ...piercings carry a higher risk of bacterial infection because of the high number...
risk of bacterial infection, keloid scarring and an infant...
...suggest that it does happen. Of course there is also the risk of bacterial infection, keloid scarring and an infant choking to death on their own earing. I don't...
risk of bacterial infection, keloid scarring and an infant...
...suggest that it does happen. Of course there is also the risk of bacterial infection, keloid scarring and an infant choking to death on their own scar. I don't...
a keloid scar....which is usually permanent baby the...
...colour, sounds like a keloid scar....which is usually permanent baby ...for a fluid bubble/hypertrophic scar/keloid (they're not the same ...it is a definite bacterial infection (which it ...
bacterial infection nor a true granuloma. Microscopically,...
...a misnomer, since the lesion is neither related to bacterial infection nor a true granuloma. Microscopically, proliferating blood vessels in ...found on the legs. A keloid (choice B) is a sh...
of bacterial infection of the heart (subacute bacterial...
...and soles. They are a highly diagnostic sign of bacterial infection of the heart (subacute bacterial endocarditis). Named for the ...area red or inflamed? Some keloid scars have lots of nerve...
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