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tattooing

 [tah-too´ing]
the introduction, by punctures, of permanent colors in the skin.
tattooing of cornea permanent coloring of the cornea, chiefly to conceal leukomatous spots.

tattooing

/tat·too·ing/ (tah-too´ing) the introduction, by punctures, of permanent colors in the skin.
tattooing of cornea  permanent coloring of the cornea, chiefly to conceal leukomatous spots.

tattooing

A term referring to the unburned, partially burned and burning propellant grains that abrade and embed in the skin, which are typical of intermediate/close/near-range entrance gun shot wounds.

tattooing

Traumatology Complex skin abrasions and wounds filled with debris, glass and dirt, resulting from being dragged along a road, common in pedestrian victims of MVAs Management Adequate debridement and often wound healing by second intention

tattooing

Deliberate or accidental insertion of coloured material into the deeper layers of the skin. Tattooing commonly follows deep abrasions or nearby explosions. Brown or black particles buried deep in the skin cause a blue colouring. Decorative tattooing may be complicated by skin infection or allergy, HEPATITIS B, AIDS, PSORIASIS, LICHEN PLANUS and DISCOID LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS.

tattooing

the introduction, by punctures, of permanent colors in the skin. Used in animals as a means of permanent identification, the number code being placed inside the ear pinna in all species except the horse in which it is placed on the inside of the upper lip. In some schemes, dogs may be tattooed inside the hindleg.
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The practice of tattooing was done at the church as a service and my great-ancestor came as a pilgrim to Jerusalem and founded a whole new tradition of tattooing pilgrims," Razzouk says.
The modern tattooing came in being from the early days of Chatham square in New York City.
Tattooing apparatus used in prisons consists in most cases of a little engine that is found in an old cassette device, while the ink is obtained either from relatives or by burning and melting the sole of shoes.
She said: "I'm tattooing Athena and a Greek goddess owl.
70) Before tattooing Wallace, Reed made several sketches and drawings that would become the basis for the tattoo.
Tymur Reda, a Russian-Egyptian tattoo artist, who has been tattooing for eight years and now works at Nowhereland Tattoo studio, says that "it's like music and art here.
1,4 Allergic reactions, phototoxicity, pseudolymphomatous reaction, immunologic rejection of tattoo can be seen during or after tattooing.
But despite Rodriguez's assertions that there's nothing wrong with tattooing dogs, many pet owners expressed outrage over the act.
One of the most common problems associated with tattooing is allergic reactions to the tattoo pigments.
Early tribal societies used tattooing to mark out rites of passage, while some Maori warriors used tattoos to demonstrate their prowess in battle and social status.
The second objective was to test the combined effect of tattoos and piercings, as most researchers have studied either tattooing or piercing in isolation.