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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

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.
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"This give some insight into how people managed relationships and how people may have used tattoos for social and spiritual status in the past," he continued, adding, "It is important to discover the timing and occurrences of prehistoric tattooing, because it allows us to understand the reasons behind body modification, and how that has changed over time."
But many older artists are fiercely protective of tattooing's underground roots and resist the idea that it should become a legitimate profession.
I used money I saved while working for the friend that introduced me to tattooing to set up my business.
He came a long way from cleaning up at a local tattoo shop in hopes of pursuing a career in tattooing.
"I didn't know what else to do, I wanted to keep drawing and do something that allowed me to be creatively and intellectually free, and I then I started tattooing and developed my own style."
Tattooing may also impact employment opportunities specifically for dental hygienists.
An Australian tattoo artist, who Karan claims invented eyeball tattooing, at a tattoo studio in New York, US - carried out the procedure on him.
Francis Street, I locate Razzouk Tattoo, one of the oldest tattoo establishments in the world, tattooing Christian pilgrims in the Holy Land.
Of these, 27.6% experienced a KP on their tattoos from 1 week to 15 to 20 years after tattooing. Among those, 30% reported an acute flare-up of psoriasis within the first weeks after tattooing.
But still tattooing was not a prevalent fashion in the western society, was just a very novel feature that people were only accepting with restraint.
(9) In the 13th century China all criminals were tattooed, thus spreading the topical art of tattooing among the population at that time.