It's not painful or itchy, but there's a plaque, a bit like a scar. I don't know what it is. I want to know how to remove it
Hello, according to the description and photos, a plaque on the chest wall of young people is purple brown, which may be caused by skin nevus or local subcutaneous tissue defect. It is recommended to go to the dermatology department of a regular hospital at a selected time. If necessary, local surgical resection and pathological test can clarify the cause.
There is a brown plaque on the chest. In this case, it may be caused by excessive pigmentation or skin disease. It is recommended to go to the dermatology department for a skin CT or dermoscopy. The treatment can be carried out after it is clear, and it can also be removed by laser if necessary.
According to the picture you uploaded, it's not very clear, but it looks like a scar, not like other infections. If you want to remove it, you can go to a regular medical institution and the plastic and cosmetic department, and choose surgery to cut it off. If you choose laser treatment, it may be reduced, but it's impossible to completely remove it. The surgery can be completely removed, and a linear scar will be left by cosmetic suture at that time.