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home:special:tattoos [10.12.2018]
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sallieq [Tattoos]
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 <​relatedarticle>​ [[home:​pathogenesis:​transmission|Transmission of bacteria and onset of chronic disease]] </​article>​ <​relatedarticle>​ [[home:​pathogenesis:​transmission|Transmission of bacteria and onset of chronic disease]] </​article>​
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 As with all injected substances, there is a small risk of introducing these pathogens during the process of tattooing. ​ As with all injected substances, there is a small risk of introducing these pathogens during the process of tattooing. ​
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 [{{ :​home:​special:​nf1.gif|**Lupus vulgaris over a tattoo mark.** Lupus vulgaris is caused by tuberculosis. While tuberculosis is widely accepted as an infectious disease, it is notable that chronic inflammatory diseases of "​unknown"​ origin can also show cutaneous disease-specific lesions following a tattoo. This suggests a common, if not species-specific,​ pathology.}}] [{{ :​home:​special:​nf1.gif|**Lupus vulgaris over a tattoo mark.** Lupus vulgaris is caused by tuberculosis. While tuberculosis is widely accepted as an infectious disease, it is notable that chronic inflammatory diseases of "​unknown"​ origin can also show cutaneous disease-specific lesions following a tattoo. This suggests a common, if not species-specific,​ pathology.}}]
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