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  • n. Plural form of keloid.


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  • Her panty hose were bunched into the pockets below her knees, their thick seams curled like keloids around her calves.

    The Gin Closet

  • We all have our own keloids, metaphorically speaking.

    Goodbye to Gilbertology

  • The distraction from the distraction became something sad and pointless, and his keloids weren't a break from life; they were life.

    Goodbye to Gilbertology

  • I used my girlfriend's razor, which was rusty and gave me keloids.

    Goodbye to Gilbertology

  • Numerous controlled trials have shown that silicone sheeting treats hypertrophic scars or keloids and prevents such scars in the first place if used prophylactically.

    Silicone Treatment for Scars

  • If you have a family history of keloids, talk to your doctor before having your ears pierced.

    Heavy Metal: When it’s bad for your ears

  • Some dark-skinned men suffer from a condition called acne keloidalis, in which ingrown hairs on the face or neck turn into keloids, or raised scars.

    Simple Skin Beauty

  • For that reason, I refuse to get any upper body tattoos, where keloids are more likely to form.

    Sunday Scribblings: Tattoo

  • Ron, hell yeah, we're hot ;- Floreta, my blogger friend Simone has been dealing with keloids as well.

    Archive Monday: G.I. Jane

  • It's not keloids, more like marks where I scratched at the chicken pox.

    Archive Monday: G.I. Jane


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