How To Get Rid Of Post-operative Scars Tumors In The Ankles?
In 2008 I was consulted with a doctor at the puskesmas, then he referred to the Regional Hospital for further treatment, it turned out to be a benign tumor. R nThen, I also had surgery to remove the tumor on my leg, hg now it’s normal just because the former surgery isn’t normal? r nWealth is a little bump
Hello Agung L,
In the process of wound healing, scar formation usually occurs. In some people scar tissue can fade and is no longer visible. Factors that influence the occurrence of scarring are the depth and extent of the wound, the location of the wound, age, ethnicity, gender.
Scar tissue is elevated compared to the original skin can be divided into 2 types, namely hypertrophic lung tissue and keloids. Hypertrophic scar tissue is a form of elevated scar tissue that looks like a lump on the skin with a usually reddish / darker / whiter color than the surrounding skin color. The elevated part does not exceed the area of the original wound. Does not cause any complaints other than aesthetic issues. Hypertrophic scarring can fade and become flatter as you age. Keloids are similar to hypertrophic scarring, because of excessive tissue growth during wound healing, tissue that appears protruding is taller than the original skin and wider than the previous wound. Keloids are usually purplish red, but can become faded later on. Keloids often provide complaints of itching, pain, or even interfere with movement when located in the joint area.
Prevention of hypertrophic scarring or keloids usually uses pressure treatment (the area is given emphasis) or with silicone gel pads. To get rid of annoying scars, you can consult a doctor. There are some drugs such as corticosteroids that can fade the wound or be injected into scar tissue to reduce its growth (eg keloids). Surgery can also be done to remove scar tissue, especially large, aesthetically disturbing, or interfere with the function of movement.
Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.