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Surgical treatment of tattoos remains a useful tool for complete removal despite the availability of laser and other nonsurgical techniques. The procedures are in accordance with standard dermatosurgery used in aesthetic and oncologic therapies. Healing by primary intention or healing by...
Although earrings have been worn since time immemorial, most clinicians will have noticed more and more patients over the past 30 years who have been seen to have single or multiple piercing almost anywhere into the skin. This article will try to trace the history of body piercing, its...
Tattoos have been a part of costume, expression, and identification in various cultures for centuries. Although tattoos have become more popular in western culture, many people regret their tattoos in later years. In this situation, it is important to be aware of the mechanisms of tattoo removal...
Tattoo definitions from general, foreign language, medical dictionaries and textbooks are reviewed. In addition to the common usage “to mark the skin with pigments,” the word tattoo, used as a noun, first meant a signal on a drum or bugle to call military men to quarters. This chapter...
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