Neck Keloids – Case Study 3 – Tumoral Neck Keloid:
This 26-year-old female presented with a tumoral keloid on her neck. The keloid first appeared at the age of 18. Prior to her visit with Dr Tirgan, this patient was advised to undergo surgery, yet she declined that approach of fear of worsening her keloid. She was self-referred to our office on January 8, 2015, for consideration of non-surgical treatment of this large neck keloid.
Tumoral Neck Keloid
Neck keloids are often bulky and visible and near-impossible to hide. This keloid was treated with cryotherapy. The image below depicts the keloid immediately after the application of cryotherapy. The frozen keloid appears white.
Two months later
The image below was taken at her follow up visit, two months after the application of cryotherapy. The treated neck keloid has significantly reduced in size.
Tumoral Neck Keloid treated with cryotherapy
Neck Keloids - Treatment Guidelines
To learn more about neck keloids, click on Neck Keloids - Treatment Guidelines.