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A 30-year-old actress applied a ‘temporary jagua tattoo’ once weekly, depicting stockings on both her legs, for a musical in San… Expand Tattoos are becoming increasingly common worldwide. In the United States, at least 21% of all Americans have 1 or more tattoos.1… Expand BACKGROUND Tattoos have become increasingly common in the United States; however, there are limited data on the rates of tattoo… Expand We describe an outbreak of Mycobacterium chelonae infection in four young immunocompetent patients who were tattooed by the same… Expand Editor The cutaneous inoculation of micro-organisms, including virus, bacteria, environmental mycobacteria and fungi, is one of… Expand Purpose: To report the potential for serious adverse reactions associated with permanent eyeliner tattoos. Methods: An… Expand Summary Background In the South‐west Thames region there were an unprecedented number of lichenoid tattoo reactions to red ink in… Expand Summary The popularity of tattoos is burgeoning with 20–30 million tattooed individuals in the Western World. Requests for… Expand Dermabrasion generally produces excellent results in the removal of congenital or acquired nonesthetic skin changes. Results… Expand