Case Study # 6 - Earlobe Keloids Treatment with Cryotherapy - No Surgery
The keloid depicted here was never treated before. This patient presented in December 2011.
Treatment was provided on the same date.
Within the first 24-48 hours, the treated keloid swells up and forms a large blister. Below is the image of this keloid two weeks later.
Over time, the swelling subsides and the tissue dries up and forms a very thick scab. Below is the image of this keloid one month later.
We choose to use magnets to treat the minimal residual keloid.