A special case of medicine in disguise: Tattoo inks containing anaesthetics





A special case of medicine in disguise: Tattoo inks containing anaesthetics

by CosmeticTattoo.org on 19/03/2019 - 01:47 pm



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A special case of medicine in disguise: Tattoo inks containing anaesthetics


Abstract:

The authors describe a case of medicine in disguise: seized tattoo inks containing lidocaine and tetracaine at high concentration.
Identification of anaesthetics was performed by LC MS Q-TOF with ESI+ source, by accurate mass measurement and by comparing the fragmentation patterns of molecular ions, at 30 V and 10 V of collision-offset voltage, with reference standards.



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Publication:
Talanta. Volume 198, 1 June 2019, Pages 337-343.


Authors:
Livia ...

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Outbreak of Tattoo-Associated Nontuberculous Mycobacterial Skin Infections





Outbreak of Tattoo-Associated Nontuberculous Mycobacterial Skin Infections

by CosmeticTattoo.org on 21/11/2018 - 02:23 pm



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Outbreak of Tattoo-Associated Nontuberculous Mycobacterial Skin Infections


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BACKGROUND: On April 29, 2015, the Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County (DOH-Miami-Dade) was notified by a local dermatologist of three patients with suspect nontuberculous mycobacterial (NTM) infection after receiving tattoos at a local tattoo studio. CONCLUSIONS: WGS and SNP analyses identified the tap water and the bottle of greywash tattoo ink as the sources of the NTM infections.


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High - Industry alert, report has major implications related to health and safety.


Publication:
Clinical Infectious Diseases. 2018 Nov 17. doi: ...

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Atypical Intraepidermal Melanocytic Proliferation Masked by a Tattoo: Implications for Tattoo Artist





Atypical Intraepidermal Melanocytic Proliferation Masked by a Tattoo: Implications for Tattoo Artist

by CosmeticTattoo.org on 20/09/2018 - 01:07 pm



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Atypical Intraepidermal Melanocytic Proliferation Masked by a Tattoo: Implications for Tattoo Artists and Public Health Campaigns.


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The Authors; present a case of an atypical intraepidermal melanocytic proliferation masked by a large tattoo in a 39-year-old Caucasian male. Tattooed skin can be difficult to examine, particularly when the tattoos are dark, pigmented, and extensive. We demonstrate that a careful examination of tattooed skin leads to the early detection of atypical melanocytic proliferations. We present an extensive review of literature related to the relationship between tattoos and skin cancer, as well as public health recommendations for tat ...

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Inadvertent corneal pigmentation following cosmetic blepharopigmentation





Inadvertent corneal pigmentation following cosmetic blepharopigmentation

by CosmeticTattoo.org on 16/09/2018 - 11:04 am



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Inadvertent corneal pigmentation following cosmetic blepharopigmentation.


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The Authors: present a case of inadvertent corneal pigmentation as a complication of cosmetic eyelid tattooing. A 63 year old woman presented with left eye redness and irritation 3 days after undergoing permanent eyeliner tattooing of her upper and lower eyelids. On ocular examination a black pigmentation of the nasal cornea in her left eye was observed, with associated conjunctival injection. Initial slit lamp attempts of pigment removal were unsuccessful.


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High - Industry alert, report has major implications related to health and safety.


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