Karya Tulis Jurnal Debulking keloid pada bagian kiri
Introduction: Keloids are benign proliferative lesions of the dermal connective tissue which are usually produced from tissue responses to trauma in people with predisposition, which is not spontaneous spontaneously. Keloid therapy is performed on the size of the lesion, location, depth, patient and response to the last treatment. Treatment of swelling in large, non-stemmed keloids such as keloids in the earlobe is an option. Case: One case of keloid debulsing was reported in the left ear in a 19-year-old male. The patient complained of a skin-stitching bump that felt a little itchy in the earlobe since 1 year of traffic traffic 2 years ago. There is no previous treatment history for the lump. On general physical examination, vital signs are within normal limits. The dermatologic status of the left auricular helix was found to be hypertrophic scar with a size of 2cm x 1cm x 0.5cm, a smooth, hard, shiny, imobile surface, and telangiectasis. The patient debulking keloid using local anesthesia with lidocaine 2% + pehacaine 1: 80,000. After 3 weeks after surgery, a good wound with keloid size decreases. Patients who underwent triamsinolone acetonide injection for 40 mg in one week. Discussion: The first line of keloid therapy is intralesional corticosteroid injections. The combination of intralesional surgical and triamcinolone acetonide can cause keloid recurrence.