How to tell if it is keloid? What are the hazards?

Keloids are not the same as the scars we usually see. Keloid is actually a disease, also called keloid. Because keloids are raised, the biggest difference from ordinary hyperplastic scars is that it will exceed the injured area and grow infiltrating into the surrounding area, which is its biggest feature. 1. Are scars and keloids the same thing? It’s totally two different things. First, keloids will exceed the injured area and grow infiltrating into the surrounding area, losing normal skin around. Second, it doesn’t need to have too much injury, even if the mosquito bites, nails scratched, Heavier keloids may grow. 2. Keloids are also caused by wounds? There are also some people who have no obvious history of trauma and have developed keloids. Keloids do not require too serious injuries, and even an acne will grow into keloids, which is related to its own constitution and is a problem with the function of the body. For example, normal scars stop growing after the acute hyperplasia period, because the body has a brake for repair, and when the damaged skin is connected, it stops repairing. However, the brake function of the keloid patient has failed. His body has been repaired and has been growing scars, and not only grows in situ, but also spreads around. This is caused by a skin dysfunction. 3. How to diagnose it as keloid? First, keloid injuries are very light, some people have acne, and some people may be bitten by a mosquito, very light or no history of trauma. Second, the biggest feature of keloids is that it will exceed the original injured area and grow invasively to the surrounding area. This process lasts for a long time, and it can’t even stop. 4. For keloids, if treatment is not taken in time, it only affects the appearance, will it affect our health? For keloids, it will grow infiltrating into the surrounding area and lose the normal skin around it. And when the keloids are particularly long, it will itch and hurt, and some people will sleep hard at night, which will affect the quality of life. If the keloids are particularly large in the later period and become involved in a lot of normal skin, an infection will occur. This ulcer infection is red and swollen, and often runs out of the soup, resulting in poor quality of life. It is recommended to treat it in time. 5. For those who have keloids, he may worry, will it be passed on to his next generation? For keloid patients, only a few have a family genetic history, most of them are sporadic, and may not be passed on to the next generation.