Thank you for writing back.
Look, as I told before you need surgical excision of that lesion.
Keloid normally occurs in a scar tissue. For that reason, I had told that. I had gone through the pictures. But, I can say the quality was very poor.
However, I want to add one point that, it has to be definitely excised and has to be sent for histological examination. I add this because, some other lesions of skin may also present with this type of lesion.
So, as I told you previously, consult with general surgeon
for excision. You can also consult with dermatologist
for performing a skin biopsy
. It can be performed before excision for confirmation of diagnosis.