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also cheloid, 1854, from French kéloïde, from Greek khele "crab claw, talon, cloven hoof" + -oides (see -oid). Related: Keloidal; cheloidal.
keloid ke·loid or che·loid (kē'loid')n. A red, raised formation of fibrous scar tissue caused by excessive tissue repair in response to trauma or incision.